Nopales have been one of the chief components of Mexican cuisine
Masa harina is a unique kind of flour made from maize that has been cooked in lime water through a process called Nixtamalization invented by the Aztecs thousands of years ago.
One of Mexico’s most well-known handcrafts is woven products such as ponchos and sarapes.
A traditional Mexican children’s toy, these hand-shaped clappers are a great addition to events and parties
A simple book on Mexican food and cooking that includes recipes and ingredient descriptions.
A molcajete is a traditional Mexican pestle and mortar individually, hand-carved out of a single block of basalt rock.