What Lyon is to French gastronomy, what Emilia-Romagna is to Italian cuisine many would argue Oaxaca is to Mexican food.
Part Two of Morelia en Boca, the Mexico Food & Wine Festival. More chefs, more traditional Mexican cooks, an introduction to a top-quality Mexican wine, and a food truck in a Volkswagen Bus. Plus, have you ever heard of salmon trout? I hadn’t either.
I’m at Morelia en Boca, the International Mexico Food & Wine Festival and I’ll be posting photos from the event over the next few days. Morelia is the capital of the state of Michoacan and is one of the major gastronomic centers of Mexico.
Alicia Gironella De’Angeli is a doyenne of Mexican food and one of the “Queens of Mexican Cuisine.” I’ll introduce you to her and a great restaurant.
Cinco de Mayo is synonymous with tequila, but do you know how tequila is made? Jdoughall.com takes you on a visit to a tequila distillery.
I’ve enjoyed memorable meals in stunning places like Tokyo, Rio and Milan. But my most memorable meal was barbacoa in the home of poor farm workers near Actopan, Mexico. Actopan is known as the land of barbecue (barbacoa). Actopan-style barbecue means slowly-roasted meat that rests on coals overnight wrapped in cactus leaves in an earthen […]
Readers of Garden & Gun magazine named the beignet, that deep-fried, doughnut-like New Orleans concoction, as the Ultimate Southern Food. The beignet laid waste to culinary deities like cornbread, black eyed peas and fried chicken. I think the vote was rigged. It’s no exaggeration to say that deep fried dough is a dessert staple throughout […]