In this super simple salad, pencil-thin asparagus are charred on a grill then tossed with a quick lime and olive oil combo. The twist I added was making a twist on Egyptian dukkah (a seed-herb-nut mix used for dipping bread) and used classic Mexican ingredients like cumin, Mexican oregano, pistachios, and almonds. The dish then gets finished with the best requeson (ie ricotta) you can find and a few nasturtium leaves.
We have nothing against a standard mango margarita -- it's a little floral, sweet, and a totally refreshing take on the classic margarita cocktail. But this mango margarita variation brings some more depth by mixing together charred fresh mango, ancho chile tequila, and smoky mezcal.
There's nothing wrong with a classic margarita, but sometimes you gotta mix it up. When you do, try one of these Mexican-inspired cocktail recipes that your happy hour pals or party guests may not expect!
Grab a margarita glass, or even a pitcher, because it's finally Cinco de Mayo! It's time to celebrate, Salt & Wind style, which means not skimping on the guac, toasting with tacos, and hydrating with margaritas. Here are 9 recipes to celebrate Cinco de Mayo from morning until night.
Yup, we’d brave the border wait to Baja California just for the absurdly fresh seafood and a bottle of the local craft beer. And for the tostadas. And the salsas. Truth is, we travel to eat and these are the dishes we can’t wait to eat on our next trip south to Mexico.
Team Salt & Wind is launching Salt & Wind Travel! After two years of sharing our love for food lifestyle travel online, we decided it was high time we do so offline too. Read all about Salt & Wind trips here.
When you love food as much as we do, it can be hard to decide where to go and what to eat, especially since there are different cities for different types of eater. So, here it is: our list of cities for (almost) every type of eater out there.