Two huge statues and several rustic hot pools are among the sights at this canyon on the Santiago River near Guadalajara.
Mexican cooks and culture appreciate good salt; in fact, the Latin (and Spanish) word for salt, sal, is the root of the word “salary.”
Galería MUY is a multi-faceted project involved in production, education, and fair commercialization of fine art grounded in indigenous cultures.
The little town of El Arenal, a mere 30 kilometers from Guadalajara, may have been at the hub of a great civilization.
In San Cristóbal, a 71-year-old American is living his last few months in peace and comfort with friends, caregivers—and stage 4 cancer.
Some cactus in Mexico is economically important as a commercial crop, and others are only harvested wild as a local delicacy.
Any agua fresca or smoothie can be made into an ice pop; what you must remember is that you need some sugar to give your paleta a better texture.
Lullaby of Life, an exploratory puzzle game created by the studio 1 Simple Game, has been accepted on the platform Apple Arcade.
Early on Saturday mornings Plaza Tenanitla, a tiny sliver of a park in the San Ángel neighborhood, is transformed into a bustling art market.
This white-fleshed fish lends itself to many styles of cooking and is just as good grilled with some lime and salt and pepper as it is in complex recipes.
Eight years after his death, the legacy of artisan Jorge Wilmot lives on in the establishment of the Guadalajara area as a source for world-class ceramics.
One always keeps a good collection of wax candles ready for you won’t get by without them.
The structures and carvings found near San Gregorio Atlapulco contain elements of the Teotihuacán, Xochimilca and Mexica civilizations.
Artist Jane Dill’s fun new book, Quarantine Cocktails: 50 Cocktails in 50 Days of Quarantine in San Miguel de Allende, is exactly what the title says it is.
The rainy season is upon us and if you live anywhere near a forest in Mexico, you may have the chance to try some local delicacies — wild mushrooms.
Laid in the open, their eggs are not only at the mercy of predators but are also in danger of being crushed by humans, cows or the wheels of cars.
More Mexicans, especially younger ones, have recently discovered pulque, partly because of its strong connection to Aztec culture and its health benefits.
After almost a decade and a half the habit has become ingrained in my social interactions. Without it I feel something is unsaid, something is undone.
When buying zucchini, choose the smallest, youngest, freshest you can find, as then the flesh is firm and the seeds have not developed as much.
Mexico has always attracted adventurous foreigners looking for something different, but the expat enclave phenomenon we know now began in the 20th century.
Inspired by a report of a cave without an end, we began our search for La Cuata Cave, set in a precipice overlooking the Santiago River in Jalisco.
In San Gregorio Atlapulco, the important things in life are family, community and faith and every event is organized to strengthen them.
Loaded with fresh veggies, a little exquisite cheese, some snipped green herbs, and cooked al dente, the flavors can really shine.
Mexico has used distance education to serve rural populations. But nothing done before could prepare for a shutdown of the school system.
Scorpions, earwigs and ants were one thing, but the birds and beasts were another, more welcome feature of rural life in western Mexico.