In a city where barbacoa is the king, it seems like carnitas doesn’t quite get it’s due. But holy carnitas Batman! This savory dish of tender pork cooked for hours plays the lead role at Carnitas Lonja. Heck, it’s practically a solo show and they prove that if you do one thing, you better do […]
I don’t know much about barbecue, but I do know I love brisket. Naturally, I had try Garcia’s Mexican Food, home of some of the best brisket tacos in town.
I stopped by Mezcalería Mixtli to introduce a friend who owns a production company to Mezcal—and to also persuade him to work on a Mezcal project with me.
For those who’ve fallen in love with South Texas’ bounty of Mexican (and Tex-Mex) flavors, Culinaria’s “Best of Mexico” was pure bliss. Held at The Shops at La Cantera in May, the event boasted dishes from the finest Mexican and Latin restaurants in San Antonio. If you missed it this year, don’t make the same […]
For those lamenting about solid Mexican food on the Northside, stop by Vida Mia in Stone Oak for some authentic chilaquiles.
Culinaria 2014 took a trip south of the border, with interior Mexican flavors from El Machito, Paloma Blanca, Z’Tejas and more.
Off of West Commerce across the street from Our Lady of the Lake, Siete Mares offers many dishes that incorporate recipes from the Pacific Coast of Mexico.