Binge like Bourdain
First one’s on us
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This complex country’s food culture reflects the common humanity of its citizenry: their search for succor and comfort, identity, communion, and hope for a better day.
From filete chemita to yukgaejang, these are the dishes that define the Western Hemisphere’s biggest city.
A culinary trek through the country’s 32 distinct regions proves that “Mexican cuisine” is an illusion.
Even in Oaxaca, all my meals felt familiar—the flavors spoke to my own Haitian ancestry.
Mexico City’s vibrant Korean community is creating new food traditions in the Zona Rosa.
A search for authentic fisherman’s soup.
Take a boat upriver to find one of Bahia’s hidden gem restaurants.
“Mexico is a country where everyday people fight to live. All too often they lose that battle. A magnificent, heartbreakingly beautiful country.”
Citizens of this Brazilian city unite to create an inclusive, bike-friendly environment.
“You wake up in Chicago, pull back the curtain, and you KNOW where you are.”
Tea leaf salad, mohinga, and chicken necks.
Like the city it calls home, this carefully wrought fortress of white privilege had fallen into disrepair and violence before emerging, haltingly, into a more inclusive but uncertain version of itself.