Typical Dishes of Guerrero

The typical dishes of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, center unsurprisingly around the regional agricultural staples: corn, beans, tomatoes, squash, and chiles. Indigenous animals that were used for food before the arrival of the Europeans, some of which are still common in the local cuisine today, include wild turkeys, armadillos, Continue Reading →

Cuisine of the Costa Grande de Guerrero Mexico

The cuisine of the Costa Grande de Guerrero in Mexico, which extends from Acapulco all the way to the Michoacan border, centers unsurprisingly around the bounty from the sea. All the regular fare such as shrimp, oysters, lobster, whole and filleted red snapper and dorado (mahi-mahi) can be found in Continue Reading →

Zihuatanejo Market

Zihuatanejo’s Municipal Market, or Mercado, is located on Boulevard Benito Juarez, close to the downtown core. It’s on the regular Micro bus route and anyone will point you in the right direction if you can just say “mercado” (mehr-kah-doh) It can be disconcerting to the shopper used to serve-yourself supermarket Continue Reading →