A dam that will divert one of Puerto Vallarta’s last pure rivers is not only illegal and unethical, residents say, but reeks of high-level corruption.
Run by two women out of a home in Mexico City, it produces 50 liters per week of the fermented beverage touted for its health benefits.
The bilingual documentary Patrimonio by American filmmakers Lisa Jackson and Sarah Teale tells how fishermen and other residents fought off Tres Santos.
For some, the 7.1-magnitude earthquake in central Mexico on September 19, 2017 is a distant memory. But for many others, the effects are still being felt.
La Mera Obrera is a gastronomic project headed by and employing women in La Obrera, just south of the city’s historic center.
Pineapple, lavender, chile ancho, hibiscus flower, clove, cinnamon and black pepper infused into mezcal. These are the potent ingredients that make up Xila.
Being responsible toward producers, honoring traditional recipes and traditional cooks — who are most often women — is a major focus of Hierba Dulce.
Some members of the Mayan community see hypocrisy in spreading the term Maya without any focus on preserving the Mayan language.
Andrés Valverde was brewing his own beer at 16. Now, at 24, his brews and distillations are being enjoyed across Mexico.
Mauricio Jervis never intended to be a chef. Nor did he anticipate becoming an expert in compost and recycling. Today, the Tulum entrepreneur is both.