Mexico

Travel stories, city guides, travel tips, recipes, and more inspired by one of our favorite food places on earth, Mexico.
Friends Who Fete: Channel Mexico With Our Ultimate Day Of The Dead Party | http://saltandwind.com

Friends Who Fete: Channel Mexico With Our Ultimate Day Of The Dead Party

Halloween is all well and good but we'll take Day Of The Dead over it anytime. This is how we'd throw the ultimate Day Of The Dead party with a full-on Mexican menu, a homemade fruit and flower altar, and lots of margaritas!

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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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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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Travel Movies That Make Us Want To Wander | http://saltandwind.com

Travel Movies That Make Us Want To 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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Mexico Travel Guide: Where Eat, Stay, and Shop In Todos Santos | http://saltandwind.com

Mexico Travel Guide: Where Eat, Stay, and Shop In Todos Santos

Just an hour north of Los Cabos, Todos Santos is a sleepy surf town that feels a world away from the resorts and clubs of Cabo. Here's all our picks on what to do and where to eat:

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How To Find The Best City For Your Food Personality | http://saltandwind.com

How To Find The Best City For 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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Local Food: What To Eat In Baja California Alta | http://saltandwind.com

Local Food: What To Eat In Baja California Alta

We here at Salt & Wind have been salivating over Baja California for some time now. So we figured it high time to tell you what to eat (and where). 

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Charred Mango Ancho Mezcal Margarita Cocktail | http://saltandwind.com

Charred Mango Ancho Mezcal Margarita Cocktail

We have nothing against a standard mango margarita -- it's a little floral, sweet, and a totally refreshing take on the classic margarita cocktail. But this mango margarita variation brings some more depth by mixing together charred fresh mango, ancho chile tequila, and smoky mezcal.

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Mexican-Inspired Cocktail Recipes Beyond The Margarita | http://saltandwind.com

Mexican-Inspired Cocktail Recipes Beyond The Margarita

There's nothing wrong with a classic margarita, but sometimes you gotta mix it up. When you do, try one of these Mexican-inspired cocktail recipes that your happy hour pals or party guests may not expect!

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Celebrate Cinco All Day Long With These Recipes | http://saltandwind.com

Celebrate Cinco All Day Long With These Recipes

Grab a margarita glass, or even a pitcher, because it's finally Cinco de Mayo! It's time to celebrate, Salt & Wind style, which means not skimping on the guac, toasting with tacos, and hydrating with margaritas. Here are 9 recipes to celebrate Cinco de Mayo from morning until night.

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Fiesta Forever With Our Best Margarita Recipes | http://saltandwind.com

Fiesta Forever With Our Best Margarita Recipes

We don't need to give you an excuse to mix up a margarita, but the excuse of all excuses is Cinco de Mayo. So, here are our 10 best margs to help you say Salud!

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Baja California Foods Worth Crossing The Border For | http://saltandwind.com

Baja California Foods Worth Crossing The Border For

Yup, we’d brave the border wait to Baja California just for the absurdly fresh seafood and a bottle of the local craft beer. And for the tostadas. And the salsas. Truth is, we travel to eat and these are the dishes we can’t wait to eat on our next trip south to Mexico.

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