Mexico

Travel stories, city guides, travel tips, recipes, and more inspired by one of our favorite food places on earth, Mexico.
Our Go-To Pantry Meal For Mexican Night: {Enfrijoladas} Black Bean-Smothered Enchiladas | http://saltandwind.com

Our Go-To Pantry Meal For Mexican Night: {Enfrijoladas} Black Bean-Smothered Enchiladas

This is an easier and healthier version of the traditional Oaxacan recipe for Black Bean-Smothered Enchilasdas konwn as Enfrijoladas.

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Travel Movies To Watch When You Wish You Could Wander | http://saltandwind.com

Travel Movies To Watch When You Wish You Could Wander

If we had it our way, the Academy would add one more category to their awards and it would award movies that cause wanderlust. These are the 10 movies that transport us without having to pull out our passport. 

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From Al Pastor to Carne Asada: A Brief Guide To Classic Mexican Tacos | http://saltandwind.com

From Al Pastor to Carne Asada: A Brief Guide To Classic Mexican Tacos

The Mexican taco scene is unending but we're here to help! Here's a guide to the classic Mexican street tacos to help you keep your carne asada and your carnitas straight!

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Wake Up Juice {Carrot, Orange, Pineapple Juice} | http://saltandwind.com

Wake Up Juice {Carrot, Orange, Pineapple Juice}

We live by the philosophy that every rule has an exception  and one such exception was at Rancho Pescadero where we fell head-over-heels for this juice. A little sweet, totally refreshing, and just enough ginger to get you going, it was the ideal way to start our mornings there.

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{Sopa De Tortilla} Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup | http://saltandwind.com

{Sopa De Tortilla} Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup

Classic tortilla soup is like the chicken soup of Mexico in that it's comforting, healthy, and in that there are as many versions as there are abuelitas. What I know is that I love mine blended rather than soupy and topped with avocado, radishes, scallions, toasted chilies, and, of course, lots and lots of crisp tortilla strips. 

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From Mexico Con Amor: The Everyday Foods That Originated In Mexico | http://saltandwind.com

From Mexico Con Amor: The Everyday Foods That Originated In Mexico

Do you know what avocados, cacao, chiles, and corn have in common? They're just a few of the everyday foods that originated in Mexico!

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Signs You're Being An Ugly American When You Travel To Mexico | http://saltandwind.com

Signs You're Being An Ugly American When You Travel To Mexico

Ever feel like you’re leaning in to the cliche of being an ugly American tourist when you travel to Mexico? Here are our telltale signs you should check before you hop on a flight!

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Spiced Mexican Chocolate Coconut Pie | http://saltandwind.com

Spiced Mexican Chocolate Coconut Pie

A delicious recipe for a simple, no-bake Chocolate Coconut Pie with graham cracker crust, cinnamon-and-cayenne-spiced chocolate pudding, rum whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 

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20 Must-Have Cookbooks for the Global Cook | http://saltandwind.com

20 Must-Have Cookbooks for the Global Cook

Swap your passport for these 20 must-have global cookbooks, and take a journey to some of the most iconic culinary locations, all within the comfort of your kitchen.

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This Is The Best City To Travel To Based On Your Food Personality | http://saltandwind.com

This Is The Best City To Travel To Based On Your Food Personality

When you love food as much as we do, it can be hard to decide where to go and what to eat, especially since there are different cities for different types of eater. So, here it is: our list of cities for (almost) every type of eater out there.

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Aida On What To Pack For Mexico City | http://saltandwind.com

Aida On What To Pack For Mexico City

You booked your flight, have you itinerary planned, and a hit list of what to eat. Now all you need to plan for Mexico City? What to wear!

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Our Favorite Hangover Cure: {Aguachile Verde} Sinaloa-Style Chile Lime Marinated Shrimp | http://saltandwind.com

Our Favorite Hangover Cure: {Aguachile Verde} Sinaloa-Style Chile Lime Marinated Shrimp

On my last trip to Tijuana I stopped and tried every Aguachile I came across. On our second day, we started out at the Mariscos El Paisa street stand to get a taste of Sinaloan aguachile aka Aguachile Verde. I'm not the master coctolero that these guys were so by now means is this their exact recipe. But, I recreated my favorite parts of the dish to make this shrimp aguachile.

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