Help build an authentic Mexican menu

Hello, friends.

We are coming up on our Mexican Global Table Adventure. Eek! Fun!

Here’s the thing. There’s quite a bit of pressure to get this one right. So, as I did with France, I’m reaching out to you.

Please help me select the menu.

First, let’s start things off with a traditional Mexican drink. Here is a list of several – you choose what sounds good to you.

Then, we have to have a dip or side dish. There are several authentic ones that would be fantastic … I’m at a total loss, so I’m counting on you.

Finally, the main course. After much consideration, I decided on a mole (a thick, richly flavored sauce that goes over meats or even vegetables, if desired. You simply need to select the kind of mole:


    • Sasha Martin says

      I’m hoping it goes well! Looking forward to seeing which one ends up winning… 🙂

  1. Beth says

    Hi 🙂 I was just wondering if you’ve ever heard the song “Horchata” by Vampire Weekend. It’s this really upbeat, summery song with amazing drums. This is a link to that song, in case you haven’t…

    Anyway, hello 🙂 This website is… simply amazing. I don’t really have any other words for it. Amazing recipes that even I can make, world peace, drool-worthy photographs of not only the food but the places where it comes from…. simply amazing. 🙂 Good luck with Mexico!

    • Sasha Martin says

      Nice song, Beth! I hadn’t heard it, but I love the mellow rhythm. And thank you so much for your enthusiasm – it means so much to have your support 🙂 Keep in touch!

  2. celeste says

    i’m glad my choice of moles is winning, but i’d rather you do enchiladas! couldn’t you do both? I voted for the yellow mole, cuz i’d never heard of a Mexican dish with saffron, but i love saffron! i use it in Middle Eastern cooking. it will be fun to see it uned a different way. <3

    • Sasha Martin says

      Hmm.. yellow Mole is often used in enchiladas, so there may be a way to grant your wish… as for the saffron – this is actually “Mexican Saffron” which is unrelated to the saffron you would use on the other side of the planet… sorry for the confusion… I am off to update the poll for clarity. 🙂

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