ZUMO: A cutting edge gourmet experience in SMA

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The ultimate food & wine experience is waiting for you at ZUMO. Cutting edge Gourmet dishes prepared amidst a citrus theme. All this as you watch the stunning backdrop of colonial San Miguel de Allende, as far as the eye can see. At ZUMO you can enjoy the ultimate Chef Action Experience with cutting edge Gourmet 7 Course menu Two seatings only. Reservation More...

by sanmigueltimes | Published 3 months ago
Huitlacoche, pronounced weet-la-COH - cheh, is a fungus that grows on ears of corn. It is also known as cuitlacoche, corn smut, and Mexican truffle. It is a plant disease that causes smut--multicellular fungi with many spores--to grow on maize and is a delicacy in Mexico. (Google)
By sanmigueltimes On Monday, January 15th, 2018

Cuitlacoche: The Mexican truffle

SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, Mexico — “This is what I’m looking for!” Chef Victor Martinez said, rushing over to a stall at the traditional food market in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. “We call it the Mexican More...

avocados from mexico secret society
By sanmigueltimes On Sunday, January 14th, 2018

For one more year in a row, “Avocados From Mexico” return to the Super Bowl

Avocados From Mexico is returning to the Super Bowl for the fourth consecutive year, continuing its effort to stick out in people’s minds as they’re busy sticking chips into bowls of guacamole. The Mexican More...

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By sanmigueltimes On Friday, January 12th, 2018

Indian Vegetarian Cooking Workshop – Jan. 24 in SMA

Let’s cook and enjoy some real Indian veggie food! Registration ends 16th Jan.  Maximum 7 entries … We will be cooking the following :- 1. Aloo Gobi : potatoes and cauliflower are cooked with onions, More...

Paul Bentley’s Bovine brings an exciting meat-centric brasserie to San Miguel de Allende. (Photo: Robb Report)
By sanmigueltimes On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

“Bovine” brings an exciting meat-centric brasserie to San Miguel de Allende

Wander down one of the idyllic cobblestone streets in San Miguel de Allende’s colonial town center, and you may find yourself in a quaint garden patio among diners relaxing with margaritas and sampling some local More...

By sanmigueltimes On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Guanajuato State government promotes production of Chia

Chia seeds are among the healthiest foods on the planet. “The alternative chia seed farming offers earnings of up to 35 thousand pesos per hectare, therefore, the state government will boost this activity More...

By sanmigueltimes On Tuesday, December 26th, 2017

Augmented and virtual reality will reshape the food industry

According to Jenny Dorsey from TechCrunch, augmented and virtual reality will reshape the food industry. Augmented reality content can be found on everything from wine bottles to IKEA’s catalog and virtual reality More...

By sanmigueltimes On Saturday, December 23rd, 2017

San Mike: Mexican Cuisine, Cantina & Terraza

San Mike is a new gastronomic concept that features three different levels, combining the new Mexican contemporary cuisine with a taquería in the first level; a piano bar in the second, and a terrace with one More...

By sanmigueltimes On Friday, December 15th, 2017

Mexico revokes permit to market GMO soy in seven states

Monsanto Co said on Novmeber 2107 that Mexico’s agriculture sanitation authority SENASICA had revoked its permit to commercialize genetically modified soy in seven states, criticizing the decision as unjustified. Monsanto More...

Overwheighted people walk during the World Summit against Obesity, in Mexico City, on August 20, 2009. A scientific exhibition of three days that consists of conferences, a medical program and several stands where the people will be able to carry out tests, seeks to create conscience on the obesity in Mexico, the second country most affected by the illness after the United States.AFP PHOTO/Luis Acosta (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)
By sanmigueltimes On Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

According to The New York Times, NAFTA led to Mexico’s obesity problem

A new report claims the obesity problem in Mexico that has led to many of its people becoming overweight, thanks to poor diets, has roots in free trade. The New York Times published a detailed story on Monday that More...