Shipment of ventilators shows US is a friend, says foreign minister of Mexico

First ventilators arrive from the US. Shipment of ventilators shows US is a friend, says foreign minister Machines are vital for the treatment of Covid-19 • Full coronavirus coverage here 945SHARES In times of adversity you learn who your friends are, Foreign Affairs Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Tuesday after the government took possession of a shipment of ventilators from the United States. “The United States is a friend of Mexico, this is the proof,” Ebrard said at an event Read More …

Mexico’s favorite taco has immigrant roots

Something positive in this age of the lack of it. When you come to Mexico, you definitely should have a taco, no matter where you get it. Gracias y cuídate! Todd Bates   Shepherd’s tacos, commonly known as tacos al pastor. XXMAXUSXX / CC BY-SA Mexico’s favorite taco has immigrant roots Middle Eastern immigrants brought with them the technique of roasting sliced meat on a vertical spit Mexico’s most popular taco originated in the Middle East but why they should Read More …

Healthy black beans are found in many traditional dishes

Mexico Life This Black Bean Bake can be served as a hot dip or a side dish. Healthy black beans are found in many traditional dishes And they can even be used to replace some of the flour in brownies For a while I lived in Lo de Marcos, Nayarit, one of Mexico’s most productive agricultural states. Pineapples and beans are two of its biggest crops. During harvest time, big piles of dried beans are piled on sidewalks outside the Read More …

COUPLE POSTPONES WEDDING IN MEXICO DUE TO COVID-19, DELIVERS RECEPTION FOOD TO LOCAL HOSPITAL

March 30, 2020 •Vallarta Daily News •Mexico News COUPLE POSTPONES WEDDING IN MEXICO DUE TO COVID-19, DELIVERS RECEPTION FOOD TO LOCAL HOSPITAL After the contingency in Mexico, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Andrea Negrete and Gustavo Fuentes were unable to celebrate their wedding, and decided to give away their reception food to a hospital. On Sunday, around noon, the couple arrived at the hospital in an uber, got out, set up a table and the food they had planned to Read More …

Covid-19 message from Dr. Rodrigo González

Covid-19 message from Dr. Rodrigo González    It is important to follow the recommendations of our health sector and stay home. However, we know that some eye diseases cannot wait to be attended, so we will continue to offer consultation under appointments for all those patients who have a problem with their eyes that should be attended soon. Here are some security measures: ✅ Wash your hands frequently during the day with water and soap or with 70% alcohol-based solutions. Also before and after Read More …

RE/MAX Community Service, March 7, 2020 Parque de Aramara.

RE/MAX Community Service, March 7, 2020 Parque de Aramara. Good day to all and I am proud, once again, to share with you our latest community service event, in Parque de Aramara. We have finished the painting of the playground equipment, as well as a general clean up of the park.  As what happened at our last event, families and children came out and started playing on the playground! I wish to thank Casa Casasola, his puppy Nina, and Dana Read More …

Expat 101: moving to Mexico is best done with some preparation

Expat 101: moving to Mexico is best done with some preparation A 13-year expat recalls it was a bumpy ride to begin with By Janet Blaser Published on Saturday, November 16, 2019 When I moved to Mexico 13 years ago, I felt like I was well prepared. I’d done what I thought was a lot of research, talked to many people and immersed myself obsessively with expat groups online. Yet it was still a bumpy (though often amusing) ride until Read More …

Try cooking with fresh coconut: it’s plentiful, inexpensive, healthy and delicious

Fresh coconut — the taste of the tropics! Try cooking with fresh coconut: it’s plentiful, inexpensive, healthy and delicious Two dishes in which you can incorporate a delicious local ingredient By Janet Blaser Having lived in Mexico for more than a decade, I’ve learned – sometimes by choice, sometimes out of necessity — to adapt many of my favorite recipes to incorporate local ingredients. All in all, I have lots of fun in the kitchen, often discovering pleasantly surprising and Read More …

SKULLS, MASKS AND DANCERS AS MEXICO FETES DAY OF THE DEAD

November 2, 2019 •Associated Press •Mexico News, Spotlight SKULLS, MASKS AND DANCERS AS MEXICO FETES DAY OF THE DEAD Dancers in indigenous costumes pranced down a broad avenue followed by a float bearing the 20-foot-tall likeness of the goddess Mictecacihuatl, announced as “the queen of the underworld and the guardian of our bones,” crowned by a red feather headdress and cradling a skull in her right hand. Two dozen people clad head-to-toe in mud-colored makeup with animal masks walked stiffly Read More …

PUERTO VALLARTA IS SET TO CELEBRATE DAY OF THE DEAD (OFFICIAL SCHEDULE)

October 30, 2019 •Vallarta Daily News •Puerto Vallarta News, Spotlight PUERTO VALLARTA IS SET TO CELEBRATE DAY OF THE DEAD (OFFICIAL SCHEDULE) Being one of the most important traditions of Mexico, the Tourism Directorate and the Vallartense Institute of Culture (IVC), announces the Day of the Dead Festival, which will take place from October 31 to November 11. At a press conference to publicize the program of activities of this festival, María Guadalupe Guerrero Carvajal, president of the Tourism and Read More …