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A plate of ceviche served at the Muelle de Sisal restaurant in Sisal, Yucatan. (PHOTO: Miranda Allfrey)

Fresh fish and seafood prepared with lime juice, avocado,tomato, onion, and spice is a staple in many coastal towns. For me, there is something extremely satisfying about eating tortilla chips and ceviche while overlooking a spectacular blue sea of ocean waters.  Ceviche, originally from Peru, may explain the international explosion of Peruvian restaurants. More...

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By Yucatan Times On Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Jalisco state leads Mexico’s raspberry and blueberry production

The head of the Ministry of Rural Development of Jalisco (Seder), Hector Padilla Gutierrez, said that Jalisco had had a major expansion in its production and that the entity was the leader in the production of raspberries More...

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By Yucatan Times On Saturday, January 14th, 2017

World-famous Mr. Chow opens its eighth restaurant in Mexico

One of the most important new restaurants that opened its doors in Mexico in 2016 (yes, we can’t get over the fact that it’s already 2017) was Mr. Chow. The upscale Chinese restaurant that, since 1968, More...

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By Yucatan Times On Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Habanero peppers from Quintana Roo arrive in England

FELIPE CARILLO PUERTO, Q. Roo — Entrepreneurs of the municipality of Felipe Carrillo Puerto shipped their first three tons of habanero peppers to Europe, especially to England, in late December. Gilmer Arrollo More...

By Yucatan Times On Saturday, January 7th, 2017

“Dinner in the Sky” celebrates three years in Mexico

Dinner in the Sky, which, according to their website, has criss-crossed the skies of 45 countries, celebrates its third anniversary in Mexico with the world-renowned chef Massimo Bottura, owner of the Osteria Francescana, More...

By Yucatan Times On Saturday, January 7th, 2017

U.S., Mexico prepare for import certificate requirement on organics

All organic products shipped between the U.S. and Mexico will now require import certificates (starting Jan. 16, 2017). An recent agreement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and its Mexican counterpart, SENASICA, More...

By Yucatan Times On Friday, January 6th, 2017

3 Mexican traditional “Día de Reyes” plates you must try

The holiday season might be coming to a close, but not before one final celebration! El Día de los Reyes or Three Kings Day on January 6. This Latin American holiday commemorates when the Three Wise Men arrived More...

By Yucatan Times On Friday, December 30th, 2016

“Avocados from Mexico” return to the Superbowl in 2017

Avocados From Mexico and Old El Paso have teamed up for a third time to make the Big Game one for the guacamole consumption record books with Guac Nation. Running Dec. 26 to Feb. 5, 2017, the program will offer More...

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By Yucatan Times On Friday, December 23rd, 2016

“Ponche” the undisputed most traditional Christmas drink in Mexico

When we think of the Christmas holidays, we automatically think of turkey and other traditional foods, but drinks are also important to celebrate those holidays, and what better excuse to enjoy a delicious Mexican More...

By Yucatan Times On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

“Mexican Food Wave” sweeps across England!

According a “Mexican Food Wave” is sweeping across Britain! Tacos are a street food favourite, but more authentic Mexican restaurants are popping up throughout the U.K. Returning More...