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Culinary Tour 2010 • Mexico Round-Up

January 12, 2010 by Joan Nova in Culinary Tour Around the World, Events, Mexican + Southwestern | 21 Comments

Culinary-Tour_2010logoI was happy to “meet” so many of my food blogging friends on the virtual trail in Mexico. They came from various parts of the U.S., as well as Canada, Turkey, Australia and Italy. Please visit their blogs for winning recipes, great photos and witty conversation.

But, first, let’s check out what they brought to the fiesta. Cuidado: Be ready to drool over these mouth-watering photos. They’re ‘food porn’!

Bravo to all!

Let’s start with Ben of What’s Cooking who prepared his favorite breakfast from Los Bisquets Obregón in Mexico City.

Val of More than Burned Toast in Canada took a virtual vacation to Oaxaca and presented a very interesting tale along with pork tinga.

Heather from Girlichef in Indiana provided a pictorial lesson on how to make your own tamales on her blog.

Giz of An Equal Opportunity Kitchen in Canada made her own taco seasoning and then created a colorful chicken and beans dish.

Peter of Souvlaki from the Soul from ‘down under’ (Australia) made prawn tacos, kohlrabi slaw and chunky condiments.
Julia from Grow.Cook.Eat in Cambridge, MA brought us Fish Tacos a la Maya Talum from the Yucatan Pennisula.
Erica of My Colombian Recipes made Tacos de Pollo and dressed them with a tomatillo salsa.Jolita of Surfing the World’s Cuisine comes to us from Turkey with handmade gorditas and an apple salsa.
Maria of Kali Orexi in New York made a beautiful queso fresco-topped saffron rice and plantains.
Damaris of Within the Corners of My Kitchen in Santa Cruz, CA made this easy-to-do taco soup.
Cindy of CindyStar in Lake Garda, Italy took us to Puerto Vallarta and back to the movie set of “The Night of the Iguana”Brii of Brii’s Blog in Lake Garda, Italy made a juicy-looking Turkey Mole Poblano de Guajolte.Natasha of 5 Star Foodie in VA arrived just-in-time with dessert. Check her creative recipe for Mexican Chocolate Corn Muffins with Dulce de Leche frosting.And, in case you missed it, here’s another shot of my Mancha Manteles which was made in the FOODalogue kitchen in South Florida.

Next Stop: El Salvador 1/18
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NOTE: Some recipes found on FOODalogue are offered without ingredient quantities. They're meant as a guide to food pairings and techniques to be experimented with … in your own kitchen … to your own spice and taste levels … to your preferred portion sizes … and to however many people you’re cooking for. A perfect meal has multiple levels of flavor and textures, bright colors and tastes, and healthy(ish) choices. It's all about enjoyment. Enjoy the process, the presentation and the just rewards...eating!

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  1. Ben says:

    Oh wow look at all those delicious dishes! Now I want to travel to Mexico for real! Thanks for such a great tour.

  2. giz says:

    The creativity, not to mention photography just keeps going to whole new levels. I love this roundup and each and every recipe is a site to behold. Kudos to all.

  3. What a fun beginning of the journey! I love all the dishes here!

  4. RobinSue says:

    This all took my breath away, such wonderful photos and recipes. Everyone out did themselves!

  5. Maria says:

    Great round-up Joan! Love every bit and morsel … it all looks so delicious!

  6. Arlene says:

    What fabulous dishes! Being on WW, I decided it would be too much temptation to make the dulce de leche cake I’d bookmarked. Bummer, but I still have 15 pounds to go. At least I can drool over all these dishes. A great round up, Joan.

  7. Some really beautiful dishes Joan. It makes us want to hop on a plane right now!!!!

  8. Great roundup. All winners with gorgeous photography.
    Sam

  9. Erica says:

    Wow! All those dishes look delicious! Thank you, Joan :)

  10. Juliana says:

    Yummie, all the dishes look delicious…sure you had me drooling :-)

  11. Jolita says:

    We have a bunch of great recipes! Really looking forward to the next week!

  12. norma says:

    Great recipies, photos and mouth watering dishes….Ay Chihuahua….tengo hambre!

  13. Núria says:

    Hola guapa and Feliz Año Nuevo!!! Sorry I’m not visiting as much as would like… there’s always little things that distract me from blogging… Since I wanted to participate in your 2010 tour and Mexico really thrilled me and I couldn’t make it, I’m sending you some traffic to the round up via link from my blog. Mejor esto que nada, no?

    Hopefully, I’ll be back soon. Gracias and thanks for the beautiful pictures and recipes!

  14. GRRRR! we;ve had NO time to visit other blogs recently!!!! i’m so sad i missed this!! i gotta check out the list of what’s coming up. You know we’ll be joining you!! this is my fave event!

  15. redkathy says:

    Oh this is an absolutely outstanding and superb tour Joan! Hats off to all these foodies and their very impressive dishes. Mexican food is one of my all time favorite cuisines.
    Muy delicioso!

  16. Joan, I’m so bummed! I was going to submit my posole and forgot to send you the link…grrr!!! I’m for sure jumping in on El Salvador. I’ll be making something this weekend ;) Thanks for this!!!

  17. Sarah Galvin says:

    What a nice array and with literally no repeats! Amazing. I am waiting for the next stop

  18. A wonderful spread. Felt like I was on vacation. You did a great job pulling this together.

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