Friday February 21 2020

I love to cook carnitas for any sized crowd. It requires little preparation time, which is a big plus and actually, I’d have to say, it’s my favorite birthday party fare. The pork is tangy, crispy but not greasy (the way I do it) and makes a terrific fiesta dish. As a buffet, serve a platter of steaming carnitas with corn and flour tortillas, and... Read more...
Here is a recipe for Hibiscus Tea Baja Style. The Mexican beverages known as Aguas Frescas are an inspiring complement to Mexico's cuisine. They're wonderfully unique and refreshing, plus they provide a perfect balance to the spiciness of the food. Huge glass containers of Aguas Frescas can be found at street stands all over Mexico, usually... Read more...
LImes stuffed with coconut are rumored to have been a favorite of famed artist, Frida Khalo. These candies combine the tart with the sweet in a uniquely Mexican way. They are easy to be make, even though they need to stand overnight every night for about a week in order to lose their bitterness, and gain the desired flavor … they are definitely... Read more...
Margarita pie is a perfect way to end any elegant meal. Light, unusual and incredibly tasty, your guests will feel the essence of Baja Magic tickling their tongues as they slide that first bite of pie into their mouths. And they'll definitely be back for seconds. Over the years, I’ve had more compliments on this than anything else in this section... Read more...
Pozole is a traditional holiday dish in Mexico, especially in Guerrero State. This dish is a well known cure for hangovers and is often eaten in the wee hours of the morning as a preventive. Pozole is also popular in New Mexico, where it is usually spelled posole. It is also a great way to warm up a bunch of holiday guests with a traditional... Read more...
 Here is an original recipe for Tropical Breakfast Rellenos from Cooking with Baja Magic Dos, by Ann HazardBrad and Diane from Washington, who are friends of Nina and John, spent a week at the Tropicana Inn in San Jose del Cabo over Thanksgiving recently. We ran into them there and both were raving about the breakfast rellenos. They said they... Read more...
I spent 33 years as tourist in the East Cape village of Buena Vista, midway between La Paz and Cabo San Lucas on the Sea of Cortez. Last fall, my husband Terry and I sold everything in the States and moved to Buena Vista. In honor of our favorite hotel in our new home, we’re sharing their most celebrated recipe. Hotel guests rave about these... Read more...
Clark Waters is a Chef for hire, serving up culinary delights from Cabo San Lucas to La Paz. Experienced in providing catering services on both land and sea, Clark can assist you with your event planning for parties from two to hundreds of guests. This recipe is from Clarks collections of Baja tastes... Here is a nice classic dish with a twist... Read more...
 There are those in the USA that are questioning Mexico's efforts in halting Migrant caravans. Mexico has this thing called Constitutional Law, and in it are clear restrictions on the interference in migrant traffic, military intervention and political matters of other nations.If one can pay about $400 pesos ($18) for a tourist visa and... Read more...
Mexico Legalizes marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and even LSD! NOT…Sorry for you who wish this were true;  many have told me in the last few days that Mexico has legalized the use of small quantities of Marijuana, Cocaine, Meth and LSD and that is NOT the case. Thanks to headlines from major new services such as NY times;... Read more...

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