Mexican tamales (tamal is the Mexican "singular" use of the word) are packets of corn dough with a savory or sweet filling and typically wrapped in corn husks or banana leaves. Learn about the Mexican Tamal (Tamales). This dish dates back to the Aztecs. Read about the varieties and all the necessary ingredients.
History, information and recipes for Mexican quesadillas.
Pozole (also spelled posole) is a Mexican soup. The soup is made with a special type of corn which has been slaked (soaked) in a solution of lime (cal). Learn how to make fresh pozole from dried corn.
Fresh corn tortillas are a fun meal project for adults and children. Learn how to make corn tortillas with masa and a tortilla press. Find out where to buy tortilla making supplies.
Quince paste is sweet with a delightfully delicate floral taste. A common presentation is to serve 1/4" thick slices of Manchego cheese.