Meats- carnes

Food Book Offer from Lonely Planet

I just received a “3 for 2” offer for Lonely Planet guidebooks and I would highly recommend it. The books are not overpriced anyway and their quality to foodies is unsurpassed. Even their phrasebooks are packed with valuable food info. Here is an example from my travels last week in Mexico City. We are putting […]

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Stuffed Peppers

Zarela Martinez is one of the classic Chihuahua chefs and is of course the founder of the well known New York eatery, “Zarela”. She is a champion of Norteno food and of Chihuahua culture. Her recipes regularly feature cream, nuts, veggies of all kinds- the staples of northern Mexico cuisine. Her site is one of […]

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One of the best hamburgers I have ever had!

This guy Paco recently opened a cafe at the Pemex staion on the bypass in Nuevo Casas Grandes. I love his enchiladas, soups, etc. But by far one of the best is his hamburgers- the chili sauce on top is to die for! This one is going to be a regular stop on The Blue […]

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Asado

Asado is this traditional meat dish through the Copper Canyon area which is made in a variety of ways. The meat can be pork or beef and the make up of the stuff can be from stew out to something like pulled pork. It can stand alone or be served with rice or be filling […]

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Birria

This soup is a staple in the small towns especially to the west. Wiki points out that it was originally from Jalsico and is popular in the markets in Guadalajara- wherever it came from, they love it in Temoris and El Fuerte and I do too! The basis of the soup is the meat and […]

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