In this newest webisode of Table Talk, Journey Mexico and El Arrayán show you how to make Calabacitas Tiernas Guisadas, a fairly simple but extremely tasty dish. There are only four simple steps to this one, so we hope you give the recipe a try yourself and let us know how it turns out in the comments below!
In this new webisode of Table Talk, Journey Mexico and El Arrayán restaurant show you how to make a Mexican variation of an classic international dish – the meatball. In Mexico, Albondigas al Chiptole (Chipotle Meatballs) are usually served in a tomato based soup, which containing rice and vegetables as well, but we encourage you to make your own variations and let us know how it turned out in the comments below!
We’re excited to bring you a newly formatted webisode of Table Talk! In this edition, Carmen Porras of El Arrayán restaurant shows us how to make capirotada (Mexican bread pudding), which is a sweet dish traditionally served during the season of Lent.
Give the recipe a try and let us know how it turns out in the comments below!
Do you already have your Holiday menu set in stone? Check out this week’s webisode of Table Talk with Journey Mexico & El Arrayán, where Zach and Carmen discuss Arroz con Leche (Rice Pudding), a tasty Mexican dessert perfect for a festive table!
Be sure to let us know how your versions of Arroz con Leche turn out in the comments below!
As Mexican Cuisine continues to earn international acclaim (and recently UNESCO World Heritage status), the award winning travel company, Journey Mexico, has teamed up with Puerto Vallarta’s Best Mexican Restaurant – six years running, El Arrayán, to bring you the first webisode of Table Talk, a bi-weekly series bringing you a little more of the Mexico you thought you knew.
Table Talk showcases authentic Mexican cuisine by rediscovering and sharing traditional family recipes from the cocinas of Mexico with viewers around the world. In this inaugural webisode, hosts Zachary Rabinor (President, Journey Mexico), and Carmen Porras (owner, El Arrayán), discuss, prepare, and devour Mexican Fava Bean Soup – a simple yet deeply rooted Mexican dish.