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Refreshing and Good for You: The Benefits Of Coconut Water

In some parts of the world, coconut water can be quite expensive, but fortunately, here in Yucatán, it can be had for a bargain. 

Why We Love Pan Dulce So Much in Yucatán

Pan dulce may not be health food, but it sure a favorite here in Yucatán.

Is Tim Hortons About to Drop in Yucatán?

Double-Doubles and Timbits are on their way to several major mexican cities.

Free Hamburgers, Fond Memories Attract Hundreds to New Wendy’s in Mérida

By 11 this morning, roughly 300 hungry people had formed a long line outside the new Wendy’s restaurant in Xcanatún.

The journey of a young Yucatecan baker from Europe to Asia...

Soco has two locations, both offer full breakfasts and delicious coffee to accompany their scrumptious baked goods.

The inspiring story of Yerba Santa and its head chef, Nidia...

After completing her culinary studies in Tuxtla Gutierez, Chef Sánchez worked and traveled far afield within México, slowly making a stellar reputation for herself.

Motul, the magic town home of the famous Huevos Motuleños and...

Given improvements to Yucatán’s highway infrastructure, Motul feels closer than ever.

Enjoy the 5 most super duper superfoods from Yucatán

The Peninsula’s bounty is packed with nutrition. Here are some of its best, in no particular order. Provecho! Maize Corn, or maize as it’s called here,...

Coyoacán — art, cuisine and relaxation in the heart of Mexico...

The Villa of Coyoacán in CDMX has a fascinating history stretching back all the way to the 7th century

Rural Yucatán fights back against GMO seeds

As genetically modified crops become more prevalent in Yucatán’s fields and shops, there is a growing concern that traditional heirloom species may be lost forever. 

Yucatán’s most iconic breakfast is best enjoyed at its birthplace

Sure, you can get huevos motuleños just about anywhere in Yucatán, but enjoying them in Motul is a whole other experience.

A guide to eating and drinking at the beach in Yucatán

From fancy restaurants to street vendors and from the sweet to the savory and spicy, eating at the beach in Yucatán something for everyone.

New Calle 47 foodie corridor in Mérida wins approval

“We are very excited about this project and will be announcing the details soon,” said Mayor Renán Barrera Concha. 

Nutella’s new campaign gets marquesitas wrong, annoying watchful Yucatecos

As part of a special summer special edition, Nutella is launching eight collectible jars highlighting the way their product is used across Mexico. 

The sights, sounds, and flavors of vibrant Chinatown in CDMX

Mexico City’s Chinatown is crowded, frenzied, and chaotic — but in an oddly great sort of way.

This healthier take on Yucatecan kibis will impress your guests

Brought to Mexico by Lebanese immigrants in the 19th century, the noble kibbeh fast became one of Yucatán’s favorite snacks. 

New study confirms the health benefits of eating avocados

A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association claims that eating at least two servings of avocado per week reduced the risk of heart attack by 21%.

Beyond Corona: Learn to pair Mexico’s favorite beers with food

At the end of the day we all like what we like. But for those interested in expanding their horizons we present part one of our very own beer pairing guide..

A new generation takes the helm at one of Mérida’s oldest...

For just shy of 80 years, the Panaderia Santa Teresita has been baking up a storm in Mérida’s García Ginerés neighborhood.

Fried crickets on the menu at Oaxaca’s famous Gueleguetza in Mérida

Mérida's Parque de la Paz, across from the Centenario Zoo, is hosting a traditional Oaxacan Gueleguetza festival complete with entertainment and plenty of food.

New South Korean docuseries being filmed on the Peninsula, featuring ...

Yucatán Magazine's editor, Carlos Rosado van der Gracht, has another project over the next several days. He is consulting for a South Korean television...

New genetically modified maize varieties move in, threatening native species

Though more vulnerable to drought, traditional varieties of maize such as the Nuuk Nal, which has a reddish color, tend to be larger and more nutritious than their genetically modified counterparts, according to Díaz.

Expats asked to weigh in on a Calle 47 culinary corridor

Several members of Mérida’s international community participated in a focus group to discuss the potential for a project described as a “culinary corridor” along Calle 47 east of the Remate. 

In Yucatán, Mondays were made for frijol con puerco

Mondays in Yucatán are all about frijol con puerco. This traditional pork, rice, and beans dish is much beloved by people across the state, but you are unlikely to find it on the menu of any restaurant..
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