Celebrating Mexico's food and its culture with ideas for entertaining with ease and style.
You will need several jars of Ranchero Red sauce to make our two chile dishes and the noodle soup. The most economical way to buy them is by the case. With a 2 year shelf life, you can never have too much on hand. Single flavor cases or a mixed case - 6 Ranchero Red and 6 Viva Verde - and you will be well supplied, for a few weeks anyhow.[Read More]
We're all about tradition this month as we celebrate Carnaval and March Madness with a buffet that includes bread pudding (capirotada) and two variations of chile, vegetarian or meat. If you over-indulge, we even have a soup to get you back on track (or on the wagon).[Read More]
Carnaval in Mexico is the 3rd largest celebration of its kind, after Rio de Janeiro and New Orleans (Mardi Gras). The largest celebrations in Mexico are in the port cities of Veracruz and Mazatlán. Read more about el rey feo (the Ugly King), dancing with knives and other traditions of these celebrations.[Read More]