Tag Archives: Mexico

Bienvenido to a Baja California Adventure!

It’s February twenty-second and Baja California has welcomed me with open arms on this winters day. While most of this nation is in a deep frost I enjoyed an amazing beach view complete with the dolphins frolicking and seagulls serenading me while sipping on my coffee this morning. Las Gaviotas, our beach villa of choice …

Spice up your Life with Adobe Chilies

I’ve spent a lot of time traveling through Baja, Mexico and I consider myself a condesour of what makes a good taco. Back here in the mountains of southern California I can import some great authentic Baja flavors with the help of one can of smokey adobe chilies. It’s a summer sultry afternoon in the …

I’ll Have the Nut Cream; Regional Cuisine of Baja

My home town is not well known for its regional cuisine. Spoiler alert; it’s not nut cream! The running joke in my rural mountain home town is that the regional cuisine is squirrel. We are mainly joking. So instead I would like to share a blog about a “regional cuisine” from my favorite vacation town, a …

A Path Through the Ice Plant

Sometime I dream about Mexico; The foggy beach mornings, walking through the ice plant down to the cold ocean below the beach houses, and the fun times I had in Baja California with friends when I was in my early twenties. I don’t dream of the Mexico of 2013 with the drugs and the gangs …