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How I eat out as a vegetarian in Mazatlán

I’ve been a vegetarian for ages and almost always manage to eat well when we go out.  Food options are getting better and better here in Mazatlan.  Here’s a bit of a random rundown of where I eat and what I order, starting out here in Centro. My favorite restaurants, hands down, are the Water’s Edge Bistro and Molika.  Both are in Centro and serve delicious food prepared by thoughtful chefs.  At Water’s Edge (they are now open in their...

What I Eat – Vegetarian meals at home

As promised, here are some of the meals I’ve fixed over the last week.  Above you’ll see what I made after visiting the Saturday organic market in the Plazuela Zaragoza.  It’s an open faced organic portabello mushroom sandwich with a baby organic lettuce salad.  Delicious.  The bread was a slice of multi-grain sourdough from Molika bakery.  It was delicious! The picture below is a quesadilla without the queso!  (That means with no cheese!)  I squished up some peruano beans from...

What I Eat – Smoothies for breakfast

People are curious about eating a vegetarian diet. I get asked frequently “what do you eat?” So I have decided to start a new blog category called What I Eat. Even if you aren’t planning on becoming a vegetarian you might get some good ideas for reducing your use of meat. That would be great. The first entry in my new category is the breakfast smoothie. Paul and I share one nearly every day. I am lucky to have the...

Tips from My Mexican Kitchen

I have learned a lot over the years in my Mazatlán kitchen. I shared a few tips with you once before – how to slice jalapeños and limes the Sinaloa way – but I recently realized I had a few more tips to share. At the top of the post is a pile of blue corn tortillas.  I love these tortillas, and will pick up a package even if it contains more tortillas than I really want.  Watch the video...

Drink your vegies!

I have been on a cooking jag lately…it is quite strange for me to cook so much when it is so warm, but I guess the way I cook is casual enough that it isn’t very stressful.  Plus with our “mystery project” I am staying home more to be available for questions and to manage the dogs. At the top of the post is my first pot of peruano beans.  I made them with onion, carrot, garlic, and yellow pepper....