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Healthy Mexican Breakfast Pizzas

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This Yummy Avocado and Egg Pizza Makes an Energy-Boosting Breakfast. This avocado and egg pizza is incredibly easy to make. All you need is flatbread, eggs and a few spoons of guacamole topping. You also can add chopped cilantro and season it with black pepper and sea salt. Sure you can be creative and add sliced tomatoes, sweet corn, cubed cheese, peppers and a few salad leaves.  You are also squeezing some lime juice on it before adding the egg. Serving with hot sauce is also optional. On weekends, the avocado and egg pizza also matches with a boozy margarita.

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Frozen Mexican Treats and Popsicles

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It can get very hot in Mexico. Mexicans have a variety of cool treats to enjoy. From ice cream sandwiches to popsicles, they have many to choose from. The treats consist of chocolate, cinnamon, and different fruits. Some men even sell the treats up and down the streets similar to in America where you will see ice cream trucks in the summer selling cold snacks.

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Popsicles are popular in Mexico. Paletas which mean “little shovels” in Spanish can be found in Mexican grocery stores. They come in regular shapes, but their flavors are what differs them from American popsicles. Some paletas include milk and tropical fruits, while others are full of more ice and more tart flavors. Some flavors that are not very common in America are chili, and cucumber. The chili one is a bit spicy, so pepper lovers would enjoy this flavor. Paletas are easy to make at home and carry little fat. If you would prefer to buy them, paletas are sold at many street vendors in Hispanic neighborhoods. A California-based company named Palapa Azul makes paletas to sell to a much wider market, not just for Hispanics.

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Mexican fried ice cream is another mouth watering treat. It is somewhat Americanized. You can find fried ice cream at Mexican restaurants in the United States and also at festivals. The ice cream used is more frozen than majority of ice creams. The ball of ice cream is rolled with different items such as cookie crumbs and then cooked in the deep fryer at a very low temperature. This allows the ice cream not to melt. Once it is fried, toppings can be added. Cinnamon is a common topping. Fried ice cream has become so common that it is also served in Chinese and Japanese restaurants. They add different flavors to the ice cream. You might find it green tea flavored.

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If in the mood for just regular vanilla ice cream, cajeta would be a great topping. Cajeta is a Mexican confection of syrup most commonly made from caramelized milk that is sweetened. The syrup is made by the sweetened liquid being cooked slowly and breaking down until it is very thick. Some people use different liquids instead of sweetened milk.

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You might find cajeta made with juice or a different sweetened liquid. Different parts of Mexico may know the milk candy by different names such as leche quemada and dulce de leche. It is topped on ice cream. Even the Hershey Company produces cajeta which is targeted for Mexican food lovers. Cajeta is a great addition to ice cream, especially on a hot day in Mexico.

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These cool treats are easy to make from your own home. Do some research on the different flavors and try to make a few. If you have a child, have some fun and both make them together and of course eat the finished treat. These are perfect on a warm day, but can still be enjoyable anytime of the year.

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Swimming With Whale Shark Adventure in Mexico

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Have you already booked holiday for your Christmas break? If you are looking to spend your holiday with your family on the Mexican Riviera Maya, perhaps you will consider this Exciting Family Mexican Adventures Vacation.  You can pack up the whole family and share a special adventure with your loved once. The seven-day excursion includes visiting ancient ruins, zip-lining, swimming with whale sharks, and more, with just the right level of intensity to suit everyone in the family.

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To join the swimming with whale shark tour you have go to Isla Holbox, Mexico. This is a 25-minute boat ride from the mainland, Quintana Roo’s sleepy northernmost island is the antithesis of crazy Cancun, just 150km to the south. When to go: tours depart daily from June to September, when the whale sharks arrive to feed and mate.Exciting Family Mexican Adventures Vacation-vitalmag trend magazine3

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Colorful Art of Paul Fuentes

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This astonishing series of colorful art is created by Mexican artist Paul Fuentes. He combines everyday objects and mixes unexpected combinations. His style and vibrant use of color make his work stand out, with each of the images appearing in front of a popsicle color background. This is really a interesting idea..
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History of Day of the Dead – Día de los Muertos

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Day of the Dead is an interesting holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the chilly days of November 1 & 2. Even though this coincides with the Catholic holiday called All Soul’s & All Saint’s Day, the indigenous people have combined this with their own ancient beliefs of honoring their deceased loved ones.

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They believe that the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31, and the spirits of all deceased children (angelitos) are allowed to reunite with their families for 24 hours. On November 2, the spirits of the adults come down to enjoy the festivities that are prepared for them.

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In most Indian villages, beautiful altars (ofrendas) are made in each home. They are decorated with candles, buckets of flowers (wild marigolds called cempasuchil & bright red cock’s combs) mounds of fruit, peanuts, plates of turkey mole, stacks of tortillas and big Day-of-the-Dead breads called pan de muerto. The altar needs to have lots of food, bottles of soda, hot cocoa and water for the weary spirits. Toys and candies are left for the angelitos, and on Nov. 2, cigarettes and shots of mezcal are offered to the adult spirits. Little folk art skeletons and sugar skulls, purchased at open-air markets, provide the final touches.

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Day of the Dead is a very expensive holiday for these self-sufficient, rural based, indigenous families. Many spend over two month’s income to honor their dead relatives. They believe that happy spirits will provide protection, good luck and wisdom to their families. Ofrendabuilding keeps the family close.

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On the afternoon of Nov. 2, the festivities are taken to the cemetery. People clean tombs, play cards, listen to the village band and reminisce about their loved ones. Tradition keeps the village close. Day of the Dead is becoming very popular in the U.S. ~ perhaps because we don’t have a way to celebrate and honor our dead, or maybe it’s because of our fascination with it’s mysticism. Source

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Cinco De Mayo Margarita Recipe

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Cinco de Mayo not only marks a heralded Mexican holiday, but also provides an opportune time to bring out the grill and turn your backyard BBQ into fiesta.

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While tequila, Mexico’s most renowned export, is most commonly used in margaritas, it also makes an excellent marinade ingredient for grilling:

Golden Margarita Glaze

Brush on a little fiesta flavor every time you grill with this luscious, zesty margarita glaze. Great on fish and shellfish, chicken, pork or vegetables.

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Makes about 1/2 cup or 4 servings.

1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted

1/4 cup Jose Cuervo Golden Margarita

1 Tbsp. packed brown sugar

1 tsp. taco seasoning or ground cumin

1 Tbsp. fresh lime juice

1/4 teaspoon salt or to taste

Blend all ingredients together in a bowl. Set aside. Brush your food with glaze during the last 1 to 2 minutes of grilling. Drizzle any unused glaze over your food just before serving.

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It’s always important to satisfy your guests’ hunger and thirst, but tending to the grill and tending to the bar can be difficult to do simultaneously. Here’s a timesaving tip: Look for ready-to-serve margaritas whenever you buy spirits. Delicious and convenient, ready-to-serve margaritas allow you to entertain with quality and style-just twist the cap, pour and enjoy.

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One option, Authentic Cuervo Margaritas Minis, comes in easy-to-carry four packs of single-serve bottles. ACM Minis are perfect for tailgating parties, trips to the beach or sitting at the pool. Portable and convenient, ACM Minis allow you to bring the fun of margaritas anywhere!

Celebrate the best of Mexican culture by grilling with a distinctive Mexican spirit.

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Tamales con Atole

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Tamales sind ein traditionelles mexikanisches Gericht. Sie schauen aus wie kleine Packete, bestehend aus Maisteig gemischt mit Käse oder anderen Zutaten und werden (je nach Region) in Maisblättern oder Bananenblättern eingehüllt, und gedämpft.

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 In Mexiko sind Tamales ein häufig zum Frühstück serviertes Gericht, das von Straßenhändlern in großen Töpfen (Tamaleras) angeboten wird. An manchen Orten wie Zacatecas wird die Tamale oft in kleine Weizenbrote gelegt und so zur Torta de tamal. Übliche Füllungen sind Schweine-, Lamm- oder Hühnerfleisch mit entweder roter oder grüner Salsa oder Mole.

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Eine oft als Frühstück verwendete Variante ist es, der Maismischung Zucker hinzuzufügen und sie mit getrockneten Früchten, Nüssen, süßen Bohnen und/oder Karamell zu füllen und somit eine süße Tamale (Tamal de dulce) herzustellen. Eine einfache vegetarische Alternative ist die Tamal de elote (Mais-Tamale).

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 Um eine vollwertige Mahlzeit zu erhalten, werden Tamales oft mit Atole, heißer Schokolade, oder Champurrado serviert.

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