The focus for August and September has been food, food, and more food. Between the Foodie’s Guide to Cancun episodes we’ve been filming, and the pilot episode of Cristina’s upcoming cookbook project, we’ve also been involved in a variety of other food-related projects here in Cancun, not the least of which was the most recent Yelp Food Porn Festival. Where Cris promptly snagged a 2nd place position with her Cochinita Pibil photo from our recent shoot at Restaurante Labna. Read More
Once we kicked off production of the Foodie’s Guide to Cancun (first episodes start airing in September at our Facebook page + YouTube channel) and started talking to people in Puerto Vallarta about the guide for there as well, things just started falling into place for a variety of food-based projects Cris and I have had on the back burner for awhile, but now finally have time to work on. Read More
Bienvenido a la serie Tacos en Cancún de Marginal Boundaries. Exploramos algunos de los mejores restaurantes de tacos en toda la ciudad, que van desde los vendedores ambulantes y puestos de tacos hasta restaurantes y los lugares de entrega. No se puede visitar el corazón del Caribe Mexicano sin probar algo de la comida de verdad, y estamos aquí para llevarte a nuestros restaurantes favoritos en el corazón de la Riviera Maya, muy lejos de la zona hotelera Americanizado con su salsa aguada, carne y hamburguesas.
La entrega de esta semana se centra en uno de nuestros restaurantes favoritos de tacos en la ciudad, Tacos Rigo. Read More
There’s good, bad, expensive, cheap, greasy, organic, home-style and chain restaurants to choose from when visiting Cancun. If you stick to the Hotel Zone you’ll only ever come across the American-style chains like the Hard Rock Cafe, Outback Steakhouse or Applebees – tired options that you can have any day of the week while back home. If you are looking for real Mexican food while enjoying a vacation in the tropics, you have to get out of the tourist zone and enjoy some of the places that we eat on a daily basis since we live here. Such as Ya Estas! here in the heart of downtown Centro. Read More
Fresh fruits and vegetables, spices and herbs, fish, pork, beef, chicken, duck, farm-fresh eggs, hand-made goods, soaps and shampoos, cheeses and beyond, Market 23 is the only open-air local market in Cancun. While it’s located in Centro and is sometimes frequented by tourists, the vast majority of daily traffic here comes from the locals. If you are looking for fresh produce for the table, this is the only place you want to be. Read More