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Mexican coconut sweets: Cocadas Karen Hursh Graber

Mexican cocada candies
In addition to the west coast of Mexico, Peru and Colombia also claim these sweets as their own, an indication that perhaps they followed the Pacific route of the ceviche. In any case, the coconut sweets known as cocadas are Colima's signature candy. read more

Marinated pork stew: Tatemado Karen Hursh Graber

From tatemar, a Hispanic version of what the Diccionario Mexicano alternately gives as tlatemar, a Nahuatl term for putting something on or in the fire, this dish is cooked in a clay pot.... read more

Smoked Fish Ceviche: Ceviche de Pescado Ahumado Karen Hursh Graber

Although most commonly made with raw fish, ceviche, which originated in Peru and arrived via the Pacific coast of Mexico, is delicious prepared with smoked fish, and probably a bit more reassuring for ... read more
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