Mexican Food

What’s Enrique Olvera Doing With All That Wasabi And Yuzu Kosho? Mexican Food.

At Cosme in NYC, simple food with a Mexican soul
Oct 27, 2014 8:00 am

“I didn’t come here to cook like my grandmother,” says Mexico’s most famous chef, Enrique Olvera, sitting on a stool at his new Flatiron restaurant Cosme. As Contributing Editor Matt Rodbard finds out, the Mexico City chef is taking Manhattan in stride.

Are People Over-Thinking The Burrito?

Within the tortilla we find the depths of obsession
Sep 11, 2014 8:00 am

The simple street food that often occupies so much of our stomachs now seems to be encroaching on an increasing amount of brain space, as well. Chris Shott gets wrapped up in all the analytics, all the history and all the debate that makes the once-meager burrito such a point of pride for so many people.

Albóndigas Con Salsa Verde Recipe

Succulent Mexican meatballs in spicy green broth
Sep 10, 2014 2:30 pm
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As a young boy visiting Mexico, chef and restaurateur Scott would spend hours in the kitchen with his grandmother and aunts, helping prepare recipes that had been passed down through generations. His recent book, Authentic Mexican Cooking, is a tribute to the cuisine that inspires him. Next up: meatballs in an aromatic salsa verde broth.

New York City, Get Ready For Masa Fest!

Mexican food fans, mark your calendar: August 9
Jul 24, 2014 1:30 pm

Without masa harina, there would be no tortillas. Without tortillas, there would be no nachos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros, breakfast tacos, steak tacos, fish tacos, period. No arepas, pupusas, tamales or sopes, either. Embrace this crucial ingredient, learn its importance in all our lives, then let's go get tacos at Masafest on August 9 on the Rockaway Boardwalk at 97th Street. All the details, after the jump. 

12 Light And Summery Mexican Recipes

Ceviche, enchilada, agua fresca for warm weather
Jun 23, 2014 10:00 am

When the season turns to summer, we can’t make enough of these Mexican dishes. Because, it makes us think about traveling to Mexico. We think of rays of sunny warmth. Heat, sweat and a chilled Modelo to cool things down. We think of grilled meats and bursts of acid from a freshly halved lime. We think of the fine mix of smoked clams and tequila. Mexican cooking is warm-weather cooking for us, and here are 12 recipes to help get you in the mood. 

Alex Stupak's Wild Oaxaca Market Adventure

NYC chef was on a chorizo and chapulines tear
Feb 6, 2014 9:00 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.

3 Fried Taco Recipes For Your Crunch Fix

Crunchy tacos with delicious fried insides, tonight
Oct 10, 2013 11:07 am

Few things are more satisfying than biting into a taco and hearing a nice hearty crunch. That means something delicious and deep-fried is in there, and it's probably vegetables or fish — points for being healthy! Feel like a crunchy taco tonight? Forgo those lame stale yellow shells, heat up a few primo corn tortillas and fire up the fryer. You'll need salsa. And maybe some guac. 



    Chipotle Salsa Recipe

    Here's what to do with dried chipotles!
    Jul 29, 2013 3:01 pm
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    This chipotle salsa recipe from Chef Patricio Sandoval of Mercadito has a great lineup of ingredients: ripe plum tomatoes, tomatillos for a tangy kick, the usual suspects of onions and garlic and dried chipotle peppers for earthy flavor and heat.


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