Ceviche is a chilled fish stew "cooked" in lime juice. This article includes a history of the dish and a selection of ceviche recipes.Recipe for Ceviche, Chilled Fish Stew including history abut the dish
Chef Chef Julieta Ballesteros is from Monterrey, Mexico. Learn about her career and aspirations to educated the public about good, healthful Mexican cuisine.
What are pepitas, and how are they used? In Mexico, pepita verde is the green inside kernel of the pumpkin or squash seed, and pepita menuda is the whole seed with the hull. In the U.S. it's just the green kernel. Learn about the history, uses, nutrition, and recipes.
Did you know that the Aztecs did not use fat in their cooking until after the Spaniards arrived? In fact they found fat to be quite unpalatable. Early American foods were flavorful and healthfully prepared. Learn how to Eat like an Aztek. Learn about Low Carb and Low Fat Mexican Cooking.
The metate y mano is pronounced [mah -TAH-tay - EE MAH-no] (matate). Also referred to as a "piedra de Moler", this tool is related in lineage to the molcajete. It is used to grind corn and for mashing ingredients to make salsas and purees, and chocolate. Read about the history and uses of this tool.