Easter traditions in Mexico

Easter traditions in Mexico

Easter in Mexico is slightly different from the one celebrated in most Christian countries. It is a fusion of Christian rituals and native traditions. The Resurrection celebration lasts longer and it is a combination of two separate major holidays: Semana Santa and Pascua. The first refers to the whole Holy Week from Palm Sunday until Easter Saturday and Pascua is celebrating the period between Easter Sunday and next Saturday. We will present the most important Easter traditions in ... [ read more ]

The 18 Best Mexican Dishes

The 18 Best Mexican Dishes

Mexicans love food, especially the one made in their own country. Make a visit to Mexico and you will quickly understand the importance of food in their lives. Mexican cuisine has little to do with foods that are served in Mexican restaurants abroad. For many tourists, the first experience with the real Mexican food is a big surprise - no waiters with large hats, margaritas with different flavors or nachos with cheese on the menu. Authentic Mexican food is fresh, simple, often made from l... [ read more ]

Most Important Things You Need to Know About Mexican Food

Most Important Things You Need to Know About Mexican Food

Lately Mexican food is a real world fashion. Mexican cuisine is quite exotic and very spicy. It is a mixture of Aztec, Mayan and Spanish culinary traditions. We want to present the most important things you need to know about Mexican food to understand the importance of the ingredients and of condiments in Mexican cuisine. Each region of Mexico has its own kitchen, but the main ingredient all over are: corn, beans and chili peppers. They use spices like coriander, cumin, garlic, cinnamon,... [ read more ]

Antojitos – 8 Famous Mexican Snacks

Antojitos – 8 Famous Mexican Snacks

Mexican cusine lately became a real fashion. We could tell many things about the spicy, delicious food in Mexic, but today we would like to present you only one group of them, the antojitos, which are famous Mexican snacks. The 'Antojitos' have a very important place in Mexican cuisine. The word 'antojo' translates as lust, but is not just a snack, it can be served as a dish or more of them as appetizers. If we have only one piece, it is 'tentempíe', which would translate into 'bite'. ... [ read more ]