In a world where culinary diversity has become a hallmark of our globalized society, seeking authentic experiences is a quest many embark upon.
On September 16, Mexican Independence Day is celebrated in Mexico which marks the country's declaration of independence from Spain in 1810. This festive occasion is abundant in national pride, lively parades, mariachi performances,
Mexican desserts are very tasty and may make you want to break your diet. They range from churros to tres leches cakes, and are full of unique flavors and ingredients.
For anyone looking to indulge in a great-tasting Mexican meal, you can make some savvy swaps and smart decisions that will keep the calories low. Of course, making your own healthier version of Mexican food at home is always an option; however, with mindful choices while out dining at restaurants you won't have to sacrifice flavor or deliciousness!
Tacos are undeniably one of the most gratifying meals around, and a tortilla is an essential component to their deliciousness. Yet all too frequently we resort to store-bought, stale alternatives - when in reality nothing can compare to homemade ones! Here's a scrumptious recipe for corn tortillas that will make your Taco Tuesday even tastier than before.
Condesa Restaurante Watertown was recently featured in The Boston Globe! Photographer Johnathan Wiggs, provided beautiful photography, alongside the feature of Condesa’s “hard-to-find” Mexican dishes! Learn the story behind some of the items we create and serve by reading the full article on The Boston Globe website. “The simple fact is that we pride ourselves on […]
Many of the greatest origin stories are sprinkled with a good helping of myth. And, when those stories involve a time-honored culinary delight, the line between fact....
Cinco de Mayo will soon be upon us. And, as it is every year, the Fifth of May will be greeted with celebrations of Mexican culture, cuisine, and heritage. It is a...