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June 28, 2015
Peppers of all kinds are one of summer’s favorite vegetables. Versatile and easy to work with, peppers come in flavors mild and sweet to five-alarm hot and spicy. Peppers were domesticated in Mexico. As early as 6000 years ago, red peppers were used in tropical South America as a spice to disguise the taste of...
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The love story of Mexican painters Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo has played out in books, opera and a Hollywood movie. Mexico City is also a memory lane of their stormy romance, with murals and museums marking their early encounters, shared Communist ideals and intended burial in an archeological treasure house. The epic begins in...
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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto left the hospital on Sunday after undergoing surgery to remove his gallbladder. Pena Nieto was released from the Central Military Hospital at midday, telling the press he is feeling “very good” and thanking doctors and nurses for their professional care. He said he is maintaining his normal schedule, including receiving...
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What happens when you mix the best beach on the Pacific with amazing culinary delights, a big dash of yoga, SUP and surfing, a list of celebrities, live music, plenty of Mother Nature’s best and cutting edge cocktails? The Punta Mita Beach Festival, of course! Held from July 9-12 at The St Regis Punta Mita...
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Chef Betty Vázquez, Culinary Ambassador for the Riviera Nayarit, was named as one of three judges for the first-ever Master Chef Mexico, a reality cooking show in search of the countries most talented amateur chef. “The show airs very soon. It’s a very well produced series born of a lot of effort on behalf of...
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