This post is part of a series where we are cooking recipes from some of the Mexican cookbooks released this and last year, in the hopes that we’ll make your quarantine cooking a little more fun. Check out: Part one on Danny
It was a whirlwind of a Oaxaca trip - not so much in time but in all that was done in two very short and long weeks. The pretext for the trip was a wedding - my first Spanish teacher in
If you're in LA Wednesday, March 14th RSVP for a great event at Guelaguetza where Susan will show her photos, help with a tasting and La Piztola will unveil a mural.
It is a well-known fact, or should be, that I love tacos. That I am fascinated by the endless flavors and varieties, and that I never get bored by them. And let’s face-it, Los Angeles is taco paradise in the