How Mexican Piñatas Get Made
Thanks to a family in the Mexican town of Acolman, the tradition of producing piñatas by hand is alive and flourishing
Meet One of Mexico City's Best Tamale Makers
When his job as a waiter at a strip club abruptly ended, one man turned into one of Mexico City's most innovative tamale makers.
The MUNCHIES Guide to Late Night Eating in Mexico City
The city's best dishes to fend off an impending hangover.
Mexican Tlayudas Are Better Than American Pizza
Forget that tomato, dough, and cheese invention and dive into this crispy, beautiful Mexican creation to live life to the fullest.
This Baja Oyster Expert is Revolutionizing Oyster Farming
"Oysters are magic."
This Mexican Rap Collective Spikes Its Micheladas with Gummy Bears
Salsa campechana and weed with the Never Die Gang.
The Upside of Trump Getting Elected, According to Mexican Chefs
We talked to some of the best Mexican chefs about what the future of kitchens will look like with Donald Trump as president.
How to Eat Like a Gravedigger
"The fragrant steam of beef liver seasoned with a copious amount of sliced onions and chiles toreados mixes with the smell of wet dirt coming from a recently opened grave."
Feasting with Construction Workers in Mexico City
On Día del albañil—Construction Workers' Day—I shared tacos with laborers while they got a much-needed break.
I Ate Like a Mexican Pilgrim on the Delicious Road to Worshipping a Saint
In early December, those who worship the Virgin of Guadalupe make the long pilgrimage by foot to her holy Basilica near Mexico City. The journey is long and exhausting, but the food and generosity of strangers makes it much easier.
Day of the dead
The Sweet Taste of Death in Mexico
A family of Mexican confectioners make colorful sugar skulls to celebrate the Festival of the Dead.
This Restaurant Wants You to Pair Wine with Perfume
Marco Valentini, an Italian living in Mexico, pairs wine with peculiar things: textures, cars, neckties, and tourist destinations. And now he's matching wine with perfumes.