Tacos…..besides wanting to eat one, have you ever wondered who invented them?
Or wondered how many kinds of tacos there are?
"Read full article in March/April 2020 issue"
Since pre-Hispanic times, in many parts of America, the natives ate chapulines. You
might find this disgusting, horrifying, or simply unbelievable, but chapulines are a
food that contains high amounts of proteins and nutrients essential to the human
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“Cuitlacoche” Aztec cuisine! “Food of the Gods”
Corn smut also nown as corn mushroom
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Chocolate is the elixir of the gods, according to the Aztecs.
"Read full article in November/December 2018 issue"
The history of mole goes back to pre-Hispanic times. It is said that the Aztecs
prepared for the great lords a dish called “molli,” which means sauce. At first, mole
was prepared with (guajolote) turkey (mole de guajolote), chocolate, and chilli peppers (chili peppers are used as a condiment in almost all dishes in Mexico).
"Read full article in March/April 2019 issue"
In the 50s, a student at the Jacobo Lozano Páez School of Art came up with an idea, to include a worm in the bottle of a mezcal he was producing as a way to distinguish his mezcal brand from others available at that time.
"Read full article in September/October 2019 issue"
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