Best of Mexico

There’s no doubt that Texas is a state that loves food and embraces it’s massive popular food festivals.  Every city in Texas seems to have a new food festival or two in nearly every season of the year.  Austin’s very own Food and Wine Festival is a smash hit, where we embrace some of the greatest culinary artists from the city and around the world.  Determined not to be out-shined by it’s closest big city neighbor, San Antonio’s very own Culinaria Festival celebrates all of the tasty cultural treasures the city has to offer.

Photo Hayden Walker

Photo Hayden Walker

Kicking off a weekend filled with scrumptious flavor, the Culinaria festival rejoiced in celebration of the rich heritage of Mexican cuisine at the  Best of Mexico.  Mexican culture displayed its passion for for rich flavors infused with colorful history as guests chefs from Mexico and San Antonio gathered to share some of their amazing cuisine Mexico offers.  Appetizing Mexican bites paired with a bit of  tequila, tasty cocktails, specialty cerveza, wine and little latin music made for a beautiful night filled with flavor and excitement.  

Sweet Fried Latin-American Plantains. r Super sweet, golden brown, tender and mouth melting.  One of my favorites of the evening.

Sweet Fried Latin-American Plantains. r Super sweet, golden brown, tender and mouth melting. One of my favorites of the evening. Photo Hayden Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

tortilla soup

Bursting with flavor and fresh ingredients, this tortilla soup hit the spot! Photo: Hayden Walker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Hayden Walker

Photo: Hayden Walker

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Hayden Walker
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Hayden Walker is the Editor in Chief and Director of Operations for Austin Food Magazine

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