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Hold The Spit Take! There's Actually Some Good Wines Being Produced In Mexico.

Wait, the land of tacos and tequila? Read on.
Feb 20, 2014 2:00 pm

When most of us think of “drinking Mexican,” we imagine ourselves sipping a refreshing margarita. Or maybe even an exotic mezcal. But Mexico’s wine producers want to remind us that they have been around for a very long time. After several generations of big, hot, brash wines, a new generation of producers is ready to show that they can make elegant world-class vino. Read on.

Alex Stupak's Wild Oaxaca Market Adventure

NYC chef was on a chorizo and chapulines tear
Feb 6, 2014 10:00 am

We quickly discovered on our recent visit to Oaxaca with chefs Alex Stupak and Lauren Resler that the couple would be perfectly happy doing nothing else on their trip but wandering through the region’s vast markets. And man did they hit some markets in this chile-packed day in the Mexican state.

Is Mexican Coke's Future In Jeopardy, Or Is This An Evil (Genius) Marketing Plan?

Coke may be scaling back production
Nov 12, 2013 10:00 am
Photo: John-Bryan Hopkins

Are you a fan of the “complex…natural tasting…ineffably spicy with herbal notes” Coke product that comes in a cute little glass bottle? We are, of course, talking about Mexican Coca-Cola. Supposedly sweetened using cane sugar as opposed to high-fructose corn syrup, Mexican Coke may be facing its final cavity-inducing days. Read on.

Corn And Goat Cheese Quesadillas Recipe

Vegetarian quesadillas showcase seasonal items
Sep 9, 2013 12:00 pm

While we love a good elaborate enchilada preparation, sometimes you just feel like Mexican food without the hassle (or delivery guy). That's what we reach for triple-tested Mexican: Authentic Recipes From South of the Border, by test kitchen guru Pamela Clark. Up next, corn and goat cheese quesadillas.

Mexican Food Detour: Try This Lamb Fajitas Recipe

Switch up your meaty fajita recipe with juicy lamb
Sep 5, 2013 12:00 pm

While we love a good elaborate enchilada preparation, sometimes you just feel like Mexican food without the hassle (or delivery guy). That's what we reach for triple-tested Mexican: Authentic Recipes From South of the Border, by test kitchen guru Pamela Clark. Ready to master your new favorite carnivorous meal? Meet easy lamb fajitas. 

Back To Basics: Red Beans And Rice Recipe

A filling, budget-friendly homestyle Mexican dish
Sep 4, 2013 12:00 pm

While we love a good elaborate enchilada preparation, sometimes you just feel like Mexican food without the hassle (or delivery guy). That's what we reach for triple-tested Mexican: Authentic Recipes From South of the Border, by test kitchen guru Pamela Clark. Ready to master a staple? Here's red beans and rice.

Cocktail Hour: Agave Old Fashioned Recipe

Twist on a classic from a NYC Mexican hotspot
Aug 23, 2013 1:00 pm

The Old Fashioned is one of America's greatest cocktails. The Agave Old Fashioned that we feature here at Empellón Cocina has a bit more of a richness and smokier edge than most. The recipe, after the jump.

Get Pickling! Here's A Mexican Take On Pickled Root Vegetables

Pickles with bold Mexican flavors, por favor
Aug 23, 2013 11:00 am

I had a version of these pickles in Mexico a few years ago, and the flavor was so unique that I had to develop my own recipe. These mixed vegetable pickles are acidic and crunchy, and pair well with anything strong enough to stand up to the potent cinnamon and allspice. I recommend a sandwich with a hefty serving of pig. 

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