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Back to Mexico City!!

This past year has been a struggle for me & John to readjust from the “every other weekend = a 3-day+ vacation to a beach, jungle, colonial town or archaeological site” schedule that we got accustomed to living in Mexico City. (Yes, I can almost feel your waves of sympathy washing over me.)   So after […]

Takenoya: Chinese Steamed Soup Dumplings in Mexico City!!

One of my favorite parts of my recent visit to China was the food. Particularly, the magical “soup dumplings” for which Shanghai is legendary, known more properly as xiaolongbao. I went to DinTaiFung in Shanghai, as per friend Todd’s recommendation, which is known world-wide for its excellence in these steamed dumplings. Why are these little […]

Mexico City Airport- Terminal 1 Meeting Point

After 30 minutes spent on the innerwebs trying to find an answer to this question, I thought I would share it with any other impending Mexico City airport visitors. (Consider it a follow-up to my “Navigating the Mexico City Airport ” post from last year.) If you are trying to either go pick someone up […]

Pork Consumption: China’s beating you, Mexico…

To further the undeserved reputation I have of being a crazy bacon/pork advocate, I thought it was time for another pig-related post. Two years of living in Mexico has opened my eyes to a whole new level of involvement between pigs & your daily food intake. The sheer number of chicharrones (fried piggie skins) on […]

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