So maybe we did not exactly excel at Spanish in high school. Hopefully, you’re not here to judge us because we’re not here to judge you. This is about one thing we can hopefully all agree on, you don’t have to be fluent in Spanish to appreciate the goodness of Mexico. In Espanol, you would ask: “Como si dice ‘Mexico is the shit?’” This is not a profound statement to anyone sharp enough to indulge in a fairly good-looking magazine that would fully dedicate an entire issue to Mexico. But it feels good to remind ourselves how much good Mexico pours into the world while seldom asking for much in return.
Around hour two and a half, a beer sounds pretty good.
Get in the ring.
While working on his first TV show after publishing Kitchen Confidential, A Cook’s Tour, for the Food Network of all places, Anthony Bourdain paid…
Who was she?
The Whalebone Anthropology and Archaeology division digs in.
Navigating your way through Mexico using your liver and stomach, but mostly liver.
Take a whack.
Gets the people moving.
Imagine the Whalebone team calls you and tells you, “Hey you’re going to Mexico to hang out with some of the best people we know at the Tequila Don Julio Distillery and agave fields. Plus Tequila.”
The original recipe came from Puebla to Los Angeles.