A locally produced series called “Real Expats of the Yucatán” follows the adventures of six women in Chelem and Chuburna.
Chef Rick Bayless’s TV show returns to the U.S. airwaves Sept. 16 — in less than a month. Why are we so excited after 10 seasons?
Today, cochinita is being served, typical for a Sunday morning. But this is a special cochinita pibil. It’s an official Guinness Book record-breaker.
For at least the third time, Forbes Magazine has named Mérida as one of the three best Mexican cities in which to live and invest.
Chef Rick Bayless and his crew have begun filming the 11th season of his TV series, and they will remain in Yucatán for all 13 episodes, bringing tremendous exposure to the region.
When Chef Rick Bayless returns to Yucatán, he may well be a part of history if a massive cochinita pibil sets a new world record.
Chef Rick Bayless is bringing his TV series “Mexico, One Plate at a Time” back to Yucatán next year. Not for one episode — the entire season.
The Los Angeles Times’ Travel section today went all out singing the praises and naming their favorite Yucatán activities, hotels and restaurants. A boon for the tourist economy?
When the New York Times’ T Magazine published a frothy article about Mérida today, expats rushed to defend their more down-to-earth impressions of the city.