Tag: Mexico

Honing Palate & How to Make a Tequila with Spirits Whisperer Virginia Miller

Published October 5, 2022, at Edible LA Magazine, I thank Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Lisa Alexander for this interview: If there’s anyone who knows about palate, it’s Virginia Miller. For fifteen years she’s been a dining, cocktail, spirits and drink writer and editor, as well as a professional spirits awards judge for umpteen global awards (as well as a dining, bars and cocktail… Read more →

My Puerto Vallarta Food & Dining Guide

I helped write a number of guides for Google Area 120’s new Touringbird guides with insider tips on cities around the world (more on Touringbird here). My tips are heavy on dining, food, bars, drink — my favorite restaurant in PV is El Arrayan. Here is my guide to Puerto Vallarta, from street food and tacos to dessert: Taqueria El Cuñado, Tacos de Birria Chanfay,Mariscos… Read more →

In Puerto Vallarta, A Major Resort Innovates with House Tequila Program

My July 24 Liquor.com feature article on a Marriott hotel in touristy Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, that surprises with its own tequila line produced exclusively for the resort and its many tequila and food pairing options, including sunset guacamole with tequila and margaritas. More on the resort’s offerings here. An Effective Solution Available at the Cheapest prices. Unlike before, you will… Read more →

Intoxicating Oaxaca

Oaxaca is more an experience of the senses than merely a place. It’s magic. Officially my favorite place in all of Mexico, it’s a small, ancient city rich with atmosphere, the smell of spices permeating the air, baskets everywhere piled high with mole blends or chapulines (fried grasshoppers). Hundreds of years old churches, live bands and street carts enliven cobblestone… Read more →