Los Cabos Mexican Summer Salad | http://saltandwind.com

Los Cabos Mexican Summer Salad

We could all use a little more Mexico in our lives. Its bold colors, warm hospitality, and lilting breezes, and the food — let’s not forget about the comforting complexity that is Mexic...
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What To Pack For Fall In New England | http://saltandwind.com

What To Pack For Fall In New England

You already know New England is gorgeous in November, when the leaves turn golden and the air smells like Fall. What you may not know is that the stretch between that and the first snow can be the ...
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Tomatillo Bloody Mary Cocktails | http://saltandwind.com

Tomatillo Bloody Mary Cocktails

I’ve been obsessed with all things verde lately, ever since returning from my trip to Baja California, be it salsa verde or Aguachile Verde. So, naturally, when I created ...
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Hibiscus Berry Aperol Moscow Mule Cocktails | http://saltandwind.com

Hibiscus Berry Aperol Moscow Mule Cocktails

Summer just might be my favorite season for cocktails. Maybe it’s all the days in the sun, that it’s wedding season, or that there’s always something to toast, but I’ve been...
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{Aguachile Verde} Sinaloa-Style Chile Lime Marinated Shrimp | http://saltandwind.com

{Aguachile Verde} Sinaloa-Style Chile Lime Marinated Shrimp

On my last trip to Tijuana I stopped and tried every Aguachile I came across. On our second day, we started out at the Mariscos El Paisa street stand to get a taste of Sinaloan aguachile ...
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Beaches, Boutiques, & Cute Cafes: Our Guide To North County San Diego | http://saltandwind.com

Beaches, Boutiques, & Cute Cafes: Our Guide To North County San Diego

Yes, San Diego’s downtown is undergoing a culinary and cultural renaissance, but the beach towns of north county are worth a visit in their own right. Here’s our guide to North County S...
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California Getaways: Taking In the San Diego Food Scene | http://saltandwind.com

California Getaways: Taking In the San Diego Food Scene

We Southern Californians love to road trip and one weekend getaway I do time and again is San Diego. Here are the most Instagram-worthy and delicious spots for food lovers in San Diego.
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San Diego, California: Little Italy Neighborhood Guide | http://saltandwind.com

San Diego, California: Little Italy Neighborhood Guide

San Diego is one of our favorite places for a weekend away and the North Little Italy (aka NoLI) neighborhood is where we always spend a few hours to shop, sip, and eat.
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Colombia Travel Guide: Where To Eat, Drink, and Stay In Cartagena | http://saltandwind.com

Colombia Travel Guide: Where To Eat, Drink, and Stay In Cartagena

By now you know, Cartegna, Colombia is well worth a visit. Here is where to stay, what to do, and what to eat. 
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Super Simple Chicken Posole | http://saltandwind.com

Super Simple Chicken Posole

We've compromised with this posole recipe – it's all the deep rich flavors classic to a posole, but with the brightness of tomatillos and topped with all your super fixins.
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What To Pack For A Cross-Country Road Trip | http://saltandwind.com

What To Pack For A Cross-Country Road Trip

Clear the schedule, check the tires, and pack some snacks, 'cuz it's time to hit the road. We're talking cross country and hitting all the stops — Grand Canyon, Route 66, Austin&nbs...
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What To Pack For New Year’s Eve in the Caribbean | http://saltandwind.com

What To Pack For New Year’s Eve in the Caribbean

It could happen, right? You could find yourself packing for a last-minute trip to some place warm, like Antigua. Oh, but what will you wear? (A girl can dream….)
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The Best Places To Eat In Cabo San Lucas | http://saltandwind.com

The Best Places To Eat In Cabo San Lucas

Yes, it's a super touristy place but that doesn't mean there isn't a lot to love about Cabo San Lucas. Here are some of my favorite places to lounge, drink, and dine in Los Cabos.
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From Mexico Con Amor: The Everyday Foods That Originated In Mexico | http://saltandwind.com

From Mexico Con Amor: The Everyday Foods That Originated In Mexico

Do you know what avocados, cacao, chiles, and corn have in common? They're just a few of the everyday foods that originated in Mexico!
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Where To Find The Best Fish Tacos In San Diego | http://saltandwind.com

Where To Find The Best Fish Tacos In San Diego

San Diego is known for it’s incredibly delicious Mexican food: particularly, the Fish Taco. Here are our recommendations for where to find the best fish taco in San Diego. 
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Six Tips For Shopping Responsibly | http://saltandwind.com

Six Tips For Shopping Responsibly

We always leave a little room in our travel budget and space in our luggage so we can shop. When we’re on the road, we're always on a mission to find the unique, handmade gems that make a pla...
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What To Pack For Holiday Cocktails In New York | http://saltandwind.com

What To Pack For Holiday Cocktails In New York

The mood is festive, the dress is sultry, the place is classy—it’s a date! The only question: what to wear? 
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Charred Mango Ancho Mezcal Margarita Cocktail | http://saltandwind.com

Charred Mango Ancho Mezcal Margarita Cocktail

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 mo...
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Spiced Mexican Chocolate Coconut Pie | http://saltandwind.com

Spiced Mexican Chocolate Coconut Pie

A delicious recipe for a simple, no-bake Chocolate Coconut Pie with graham cracker crust, cinnamon-and-cayenne-spiced chocolate pudding, rum whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 
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Tostones With Chunky Avocado  | http://saltandwind.com

Tostones With Chunky Avocado

I can’t tell you the first time I ever had tostones — aka crispy, golden plantain deliciousness — but I do recall the first time I fell in love with them. It was while I was eatin...
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