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Black bean soup and chilli baked feta

Sadly I’ve never been to Mexico but it’s right up there near the top of my bucket list. When I make it there, this is the kind of food I picture myself eating, washed down of course with a bottle of ice cold cerveza. 542 more words


The kids are alright

Last week I finished a seven month stint as Acting Editor at Country & Town House magazine and went out on a high with the first dedicated family issue – jammed full of useful, beautiful and stylish children’s travel, fashion and lifestyle with the gorgeous… 69 more words


Mexican from the Wahaca Van

As a food blogger, MasterChef, is a programme I really should’ve watched by now. Don’t get me wrong, I do watch an abnormal amount of food-based shows (and absolutely… 452 more words

Restaurant Reviews

And the Golden Chile goes to...

Today we’re awarding the Golden Chile to someone who speaks eloquently and passionately for all us non-native heat-lovers. We may not have the genes of chile-popping people, but we’ve more than made up for it with a profound love—obsession might be a better word—for the feeling that peppers give us. 123 more words

Golden Chile

The Great Mexican Breakfast

“Breakfast is a popular part of the day in Mexico, and with so many different treats on offer, it’s easy to see why. Back in London, fried eggs on tortillas bathed in a spicy tomato sauce or Mexican scrambled eggs make the perfect lazy weekend eating – and both beat the biggest hangovers.” 353 more words