DAY OF THE DEAD: Skull Mug

Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead or All Souls Day, has has been an important festival in Mesoamerica since pre-Columbian times. It is a time of festivity and joy, not mourning. Families gather to welcome the souls of the dearly departed—human and animal—who return from the spirit world for an annual visit…
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RECIPE: Enchiladas Suizas

Enchiladas suizas. Photo courtesy chef Ingrid Hoffman.   Yesterday, we recommended pork pozole recipe to celebrate Día de los muertos. If that didn’t grab you, try these chicken enchiladas suizas, also from chef Ingrid Hoffman. “Suizas” means Swiss in Spanish. The thought is that when Swiss people emmigrated to Mexico, they brought their dairy-based cuisine…
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