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Mexico

  1. immigration
    A Mexico City BBQ Restaurant Is Hiring Trump’s Deportees“That’s our government. I feel responsible for it,” says Pinche Gringo’s expat owner.
  2. breaking bad news
    Meth-Laced 7Up Is Killing People in MexicoThe soda has been pulled from stores in the state of Baja California.
  3. coming together
    How Mexico City’s Restaurants Are Rallying to Offer Free Food and Comfort“We’re serving people who are helping our country and our city, so why don’t we treat them as heroes?”
  4. news you can booze
    AB InBev Proposes Immigration Plan Where Mexicans Just Stay Home and Sell BeerIt argues that smuggling yourself into America can cost $20,000, but opening a beer store is only $5,000.
  5. shortages
    Avocado Prices Climb to an Even Crazier All-time HighA case of them costs four times what it did at the start of 2016.
  6. the chain gang
    Just When You Thought It Was Over, Starbucks Unveils a ‘Mermaid Frappuccino’Only in Mexico, though — the ingredients “are not available in Starbucks stores in the U.S.”
  7. news you can booze
    BrewDog Is Supposedly Building a Bar Across the U.S.–Mexico BorderIt will theoretically serve Mexican beer to Americans, and Texan beer to Mexicans.
  8. the chain gang
    Trump’s Unpopularity Is Hurting Starbucks’s Business in MexicoIt’s the first U.S. brand with Mexican sales affected by “anti-Trump sentiment.”
  9. video feed
    Mexico’s Tourism Board Invented a Cloud That Rains TequilaSmart move.
  10. stunt foods
    Mexican Chef Can’t Get Anyone to Eat His $25,000 TacoWait, a gold-infused tortilla filled with Kobe beef, caviar, and truffles doesn’t sound good to you either?
  11. overnights
    Top Chef Charleston Recap: Now We’re in Mexico!Of course margaritas are involved.
  12. big soda
    Somebody Hacked Mexico’s Soda-Tax Advocates with SpywareMexico is Coke’s biggest market in terms of per-capita consumption.
  13. trade
    Farmers in Trump’s Heartland Now ‘Very Worried’ About His Position on NAFTAThey already face industrywide surpluses without the addition of new trade barriers.
  14. pop-ups
    Here’s How to Get Tickets to Noma’s Mexico Pop-upDinner will cost you $600, before tax and tip.
  15. news you can booze
    As Expected, Trump’s Election Is Already Hurting Mexican BeerShare prices of Corona’s importer dropped 8 percent on Wednesday.
  16. news you can booze
    Mexico City Brewery Fools Trump Supporters Into Funding a PartyBy way of some cleverly designed T-shirts.
  17. peak avocado
    Here’s One Big Reason to Avoid Avocado ToastBesides the fact that it’s totally basic.
  18. The Grub Street Diet
    Chris Ying’s Grub Street Diet“The more I eat, the closer I get to death by cardiac arrest. But if I stop, am I even living?”
  19. Picked Up
    Was El Chapo Caught Because of a Suspiciously Large Taco Order?Not even Mexico’s greatest criminal mastermind could escape the munchies.
  20. Food Politics
    Congress Wants to Remove Meat-Origin LabelsOtherwise it faces $1 billion in “retaliatory tariffs” from Canada and Mexico.
  21. Food Safety
    Here’s Yet Another Reason to Hate CilantroThe FDA has discovered some gross, dangerous conditions in Puebla fields.
  22. Empire Building
    Dunkin’ Donuts Will Open 1,400-Plus Stores in ChinaThe chain is taking a serious crack at Mexico, too.
  23. Video Feed
    Watch the Perennial Plate’s Jam-Packed Minute of Mexican FoodMore tamales than you can shake a stick at.
  24. Cut the Mustard
    Brazilian Authorities Pull Heinz ‘Ratchup’ Off the MarketNo one knows how many cases of ratchup are still out there.
  25. Foodies With Benefits
    La Monarca Strives To Save The ButtefliesAll four locations are donating profits to Ecolife’s efforts to save suffering monarch colonies.
  26. Foodievents
    Javier Plascencia and Aquiles Chavez Adding Carne Asada Feast to ‘Hola México’Five chefs in total will create steak dishes to compliment the eight day film series.
  27. Animal Instincts
    Jon Shook and Michael Voltaggio Making a Run For The BorderThe chefs will cook this Wednesday at Diego Hernandez’s Valle de Guadalupe restaurant.
  28. Chillin'
    El Pueblo’s Diablito Beats the Heat With a Little Fire Against FireThe spicy and icy treat is just what you need to combat sweltering temperatures.
  29. Mediavore
    Weed Workers Join United Food and Commercial Union; Kegger Cup Company Rakes ItThe 35,000 member-strong union promises to put its weight behind keep medical marijuana dispensaries open.
  30. Mediavore
    Giant Food Stores Halt Sales of ‘Pink Slime’; Pop-Ups Keep onPlus: The company that makes those red plastic cups found at most keggers is worth a mint; and Mexican chefs are mixing up their repertoire, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Mediavore
    U.S. Trans-Fat Consumption Dips by 58%; 10 Lbs. of Cocaine Found in FoodThe last decade saw a major dip in the eating of these dangerous lipids.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Eagle Rock Brewery Bottles Equinox; El Chapin To Reopen as The HighlandThe sour ale marks only the second of the brewing company’s bottled ales on the market.
  33. Mediavore
    Radiation Found in Japanese Baby Food; Pinot Payola Scandal Hits WineWine writer Jay Miller resigns after news leaks that he accepted money for appearances.
  34. Foodievents
    Mexico’s Chefs Pay Tribute to BajaProminent chefs from Yucatan and Tabasco praise the state as a gastronomic backbone of Mexico.
  35. Foodievents
    Introducing The Baja California Culinary Fest, October 5th-9thThe inaugural event will find five days of cooking, learning, and even hunting in five different Baja cities.
  36. Mediavore
    28% of U.S. Can’t Cook; Fat Guy Sues White CastleA man brings legal action against the burger chain when they refuse his request to increase the size of its booths.
  37. John Rivera Sedlar
    John Sedlar Starts Tweeting; Hunts Maguey Worms in MexicoThe chef shows an Ahab-like obsession with the critters and settles for a scoop of giant ants.
  38. Slideshow
    First Look at The Space and Menu at Artichoke’s Heart, Now Open on MelroseThis is the first U.S. location for the restaurant, which has one location in Mexico City and one in Guadalajara.
  39. Mediavore
    Paul & Andre Pops-Up in Hollywood; Subway Cutting SaltThe temporary club is being called the hottest night in Hollywood.
  40. Mediavore
    Survivalists Stock Up on Seeds For Post-Apocalyptic Gardening; QuinoaPlus: Artisan brewers emerge in Mexico; and Subway cuts sodium in its Fresh Fit sandwich line, all in our morning news roundup.
  41. Mediavore
    Japanese Food Exports Tested for Radiation; Can A Restricted Diet Treat ADHD?In other news, it’s pi day, so pull out your protractor when devouring your next cobbler.
  42. Mediavore
    USDA Faces Off With Zombie Jerky ; Britney Spears Revisits Her Hometown BurgerLabeling your product “mutagen-free” apparently makes it harder to get approval from regulators.
  43. Mediavore
    Deadly Gunfights Erupted at Five City Bars Over the Weekend; Teflon Is LethalPlus: Domino’s “tweaked” its chicken wings; and chilly temperatures in Mexico are inflating US food costs, all in our morning news roundup.
  44. Openings
    Williamsburg Gets a New Taqueria, El Tecolote, TonightMercat Negre goes from Spanish to Mexican.
  45. R.I.P.
    Zabumba Owner Monica Beresford-Redman Found Dead in CancunHusband Bruce Beresford-Redman has been detained as a suspect.
  46. Missing Persons
    Zabumba Owner Missing in MexicoMonica Beresford-Redman left her Cancun hotel to go shopping and has not returned.
  47. Mediavore
    Marcel Vigneron Gets a New Show; Adam Dell Seeks Time with Padma’s BabyTop Chef alumni Marcel and Padma are back in the news.
  48. Openings
    Win A Free Trip to Mexico from Ix Tapa, Open Tuesday in PasadenaJack Huang is holding a Twitter contest to celebrate his new restaurant.
  49. Crime Scenes
    Over $13,000 in Sea Cucumbers Nabbed By Border PatrolAgents on the U.S.-Mexico border make a strange discovery.
  50. Dinners
    Culver Hotel Pairs Global Comfort Food and Beer for Oktoberfest DinnerThe Culver Hotel offers a global beer-pairing dinner through October.
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