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ORIGIN OF CULINARY TRADITIONS The municipality of Comondu is a melting pot of food traditions. This Southern California oasis encapsulates the long history of colonization, from the missionary stage to the food prepared by the families of the Santo Domingo agricultural valley in the middle of the 20th century. A panoramic view reveals culinary traces
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The world of wine in Mexico

  Pedro Poncelis Master Sommelier While working in the restaurants of the Grand Velas resort, Pedro Poncelis has tools and clothing that elegantly identify him as a sommelier. He began our talk with words that denote his knowledge and he spoke with respect and enthusiasm about his profession. Pedro was named 2000 Sommelier of the
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Come back with a fish or a suntan

Andrew Wale

The coast of Baja California Sur is famous for its abundant species of fish. There’s everything from marlin, tuna, and sailfish to the smaller snapper and skipjack. Of course, there are also the famous Bisbee’s Black & Blue Tournament. Thousands of tourists come to Baja California Sur just to fish for fun and relaxation. But
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