Bart and Jen, owners of the Turtle Bay Cafe in Akumal, have created an artisan vodka called Cueva Vodka, utilizing local cenote water of the Riviera Maya
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This past month we learned about the passing of a good friend, Chef David Sterling, local business professional and a great advocate for Mexico
The Mayan Riviera offers great food and restaurant options for vegetarians and vegans. From fresh fruits, vegetables and smoothies to wonderful restaurants in Tulum
Mexican salsa and mole comparison and history as well as some great restaurants to try mole in Playa del Carmen and Tulum
Marquesitas are a traditional Yucatan dessert. A must for any foodie traveling to Mexico
Tilts build 12 meters above the ground with unbelievable views that overlook the trees. Wooden floors and bridges that lead you to open areas. Spaces with nets like hammocks, suspended between the trees where you can relax while you wait for your dinner.
On a recent trip to Merida where I joined Chef Mario in one of his cooking classes at the Los Dos Cooking School, we had a long conversation about habanero chilies. I had heard an interesting fact on a US news show that stated the Yucatan is the largest producer of habanero chilies. That fact floored me and inspired a little investigation.
The best of Puerto Morelos, a small seaside town between the Cancun Airport and Playa del Carmen, including restaurants, schools, beaches and community events
The Riviera Maya hosts several local organic markets, in Tulum, Playa del Carmen, Akumal and Puerto Morelos. These markets offer wares from local farmers and artists.