With her flame-colored ringlets, Merida, the barely adolescent heroine of Pixar's 13th feature, looks like a wee Rebekah Brooks, maybe a pint-size Florence Welch. Despite these resemblances, Merida remains an original: Brave, set in the Scottish Highlands in the 10th century, is the animation studio ... More >>
JeremiahTower.comJeremiah Tower on the beachCookbook collectors, get moving. Speed is necessary if you're going to snag a choice book from the collection that celebrity chef Jeremiah Tower has sold to Omnivore Books on Food in San Francisco. "They've gone fairly quickly," says rare book exp ... More >>
D. GonzalezKibi at Mariscos Yucatan One type of appetizer, many different spellings. Kibbie, kibi, even quibe. Through migration and trade, kibbeh, a Middle Eastern meze standard, has integrated itself into the cuisines of Brazil, and Mexico's state of Yucatan. And since Los Angeles is hom ... More >>
D. GonzalezChichen Itza Restaurant's Sunday lechon standâ€‹ There are no alarm clocks in our home in Merida. There is no need as it is located in one of the most enviable spots in the neighborhood, around the corner from the baker. The air wakes me up in Merida. We get a special treat on Sunday, ... More >>
Logo for the venue co-owned by Monica Beresford-Redman.Television producer Bruce Beresford-Redman hired a prominent Mexican attorney to represent him as authorities in Cancun kept him under investigation in connection with the apparent strangulation death of his wife while the couple and thei ... More >>
Fugu to foie gras, pizza to panuchos
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A single drop of habanero salsa is enough to season a panucho. A small spoonful renders a vaporcito practically radioactive. And this isnt even the hottest salsa Chichen Itza has to offer.
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Here's where to get your goat.
In the beginning, there was beer...