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Mesamérica 2014 – More Perspectives on Food in Mexico – Day Two

It is difficult in any field to be the first presenter of the day, but when the presentation takes place at a major international culinary congress it is even more so. Chefs, culinary media and aficionados who attend also like […]

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Mesamérica 2014 – More Perspectives on Food in Mexico – Day One

Mexico City is many things. It is one of the largest cities in the world. It is sprawling, shaky from earthquakes, smoggy, grimy, crowded, intimidating, full of energy, vibrant, friendly, delicious and one of my favorite cities in the world. […]

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Sunday Photo – Barcelona

Ed. note: With this post I welcome my son, Andrew Sconzo as an occasional contributing author to Docsconz – Musings on Food and Life. Andrew is currently studying Spanish in Barcelona and enjoying Europe.
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