Continuing our Christmas food coverage, here are two more articles of interest…
The Day(s) of the Dead traditions include visiting grave sites and building private altars to honor the deceased that include sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed.
The book should come with a warning: ‘Do not look at this book if you are hungry…’ You could start chewing on the pages!
Weighing in at 6.5 pounds, this 560-page, oversized book has more than 275 recipes and truly captures the cuisine of the region. But more than that, Sterling does a great job as a culinary travel guide, offering the inside scoop on the people, places, and ingredients of one of the world’s great regional cuisines.
Whether you want to show your support for Mexican heritage—or if you’re simply looking for an excuse to whip up sangria and enchiladas, Cinco de Mayo is a holiday worth celebrating!
ManBQue Meatings look like a hell of a lot of testoterone-charged and alcohol-fueled foodie fun. There might be one in a backyard near you.
Read “Slow Fire: The Beginner’s Guide to Barbecue” and let Dr. BBQ be your wing-man (literally) as he walks you through the basics of cooking authentic barbecue on your own grill (and if you have a stovetop smoker, you can cook inside, too!).