"Every previously she poured hot water into her mug, lead was seeping out of the glaze and into her tea," explained study lead author Dr. Michael Fralick. He's a combined internist at the University of Toronto and a research fellow in pharmacoepidemiology at Harvard University. According to the case...
The thumbnail from restaurant founder Enrique Olvera was for bowls, plates and cups that are "clean, comfortable and useful". Hernández's effect was a handmade 20-piece set, with pieces enamelled in either black and white. They feature details based on stoneware from Oaxaca – a southwest Mexico...
Lizard Gecko Iguana Mexican Talavera Ceramic Derange Decor Hanging Pottery Handmade and painted in Mexico. Lizard Gecko Iguana Mexican Talavera.
On Sundays, the restaurant shortens its menu of unpretentious plates but prepares several family-style meals, including the fantastic caldo de res and a faithfully, expertly rendered cochinita pibil, the Yucatan's acclaimed barbecued pork, here delivered in a
Located two hours' intimate from Mexico City, Puebla is rich in history and still keeps a lot of its old world charm as well as its traditions. The people Famous souvenirs contain their pottery and ceramic ware, plates and bowls in the typical Poblano
Tonala, burnished ceramic, mexican earthenware.
Tonala, burnished ceramic, mexican terracotta.
Noma, the Danish restaurant which was four times named the best in the superb, has brought its hyper-local approach to food to Mexico’s Caribbean... The temporary restaurant near the primeval Mayan ruins of Tulum has an outdoor kitchen producing its own corn tortillas, alongside such delicacies......
Talavera Earthenware - made in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexico, is shown in full detail with both photos and videos. Talavera pottery is hand-made, from start to.
The end of ‘malinchismo’: a surprising eats and drink weekend in Mexico City From world class seafood and innovative Japanese-Mexican cuisine to... “We saw ourselves as something less than other countries, something low-grade in Mexican society. We didn’t appreciate, as a culture, what we have...