Mexico City: Polanco Food and Cultural Tour

Adult Price: $75 USD
Child Price: $25 USD

Mexico City: Polanco Food Tour

Mexico City: San Angel Food & Cultural Tour

Adult Price: $75 USD
Child Price: $25 USD

Mexico City: San Angel Food & Cultural Tour

Mexico City: San Juan Market Food Tour

Adult Price: $75 USD
Child Price: $25 USD

Mexico City: San Juan Market Food Tour

Mexico City : Mexican Food Cooking

Traditional Class: $79 USD
Premium Class: $89 USD

Traditional Mexican Cooking Class

Guadalajara: Tlaquepaque Food Tour

Adult Price: $45 USD
Child Price: $25 USD

Mexico City Food Tours

The recipe of the month by Tamalli

Connie Estefan | September 11, 2014 | Mexican Food Recipes

Do not miss the opportunity of trying the best tamales, come join us in Mexican Food Tours in Mexico City.   Here is a link to the best tamales recipes by Tamalli. Tamalli Recipe of the Month courtesy of Tamalli (the art of

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Mexico City: A foodies’ paradise

Connie Estefan | August 6, 2014 | Mexican Food Facts, Mexico City

If food is your thing and you have an adventurous spirit then you will lo Mexico City. I am foodie at heart and I am convinced one of the best places to have a culinary experience is in this fantastic city: A Foodies’

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Did you know that corn is the most common ingredient used in Mexican food?

Connie Estefan | August 5, 2014 | Mexican Food Facts

Did you know the most common ingredient used in Mexican food is corn? Corn flour is the main component involved in the preparation of the Mexican food, and corn is also used in many forms for a wide variety of meals, including

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Mexico City: A vibrant trip through culture and food

Connie Estefan | June 23, 2014 | Mexican Food Facts, Mexico City, News

Mexico City is not only one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world it’s also an amazing city with endless options for those who decide to visit it. The colorful capital of Mexico is indeed a fascinating tourist destination and you’ll

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El Economista May 2013

Amaya Cevallos | May 15, 2013 | News

  This is an article from El Economista about our Polanco Mexican Food Tour. Mexican Food Tours in Mexico City Aquí les dejamos un artículo publicado en El Economista sobre nuestro tour de Polanco. El economista 2013-05

Simply Delicious: Mexican Tostadas

Connie Estefan | January 14, 2013 | Mexican Food Facts

Mexican Food of the day: Tostadas are a delicious and versatile mexican dish. They are almost as versatile as a Taco. Tostadas are a hardened corn tortilla topped with whatever you can think of. They can be very simple (with beans, cheese

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Mexican Style Crepes

Connie Estefan | January 12, 2013 | Mexican Food Recipes

#Recipe: Mexican Style Crepes by Mexican Food Tours. Ingredients: For the crepes (you can also buy them already made): 1 cup wheat flour 1 1/3 cup of milk 4 eggs 1 tbsp sugar 1/2 tsp salt For the sauce: 1 bottle of

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Pozole: A Mexican Food Specialty

Connie Estefan | January 12, 2013 | Mexican Food Facts

In Mexico, #holidays are pretty much about the food… This is a delicious bowl of Pozole, a mexican favorite for this time of year and other celebrations. Pozole is a pre-columbian type of stew made with meat (usually pork), a kind of

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Mexican Nopales Salad

Connie Estefan | January 12, 2013 | Mexican Food Recipes

Nopales are a delicious and very healthy vegetable from the cactaceae family, which means it is a cactus. It has a lot of fiber, vitamin C, magnesium and manganese. Here is a very simple recipe to make “nopalitos” salad. This salad is

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Have you ever eaten Jicama?

Connie Estefan | December 18, 2012 | Mexican Food Facts

What is a “Jicama”? It is a root from a plant indigenous to Mexico and it is very difficult to find in other places in the world. It is a refreshing vegetable, eaten by Mexicans, usually as a healthy snack with lime

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