In my May 9 column, I sang the praises of “Stainless Steel Soap” as the world’s cheapest deodorant.
On Thursday, May 8, vocalist Fernando “Fher” Olvera of Maná, the biggest Latin Rock Band in the world, joined supporters of Project Selva Negra in inaugurating a sprawling “Endemic Plant Nursery” near Ahuisculco, a small town located 30 kilometers southwest of Guadalajara, near Tala.
Maru Toledo is author of at least 19 cookbooks, typically filled with fascinating anecdotes, interviews, and, of course, recipes, all reflecting aspects of Jalisco’s oral tradition, which is disappearing.
Pepe Herrera is a good dentist and as such usually distracts me from dental discomfort by talking about subjects he knows I’ll find interesting.
World Environment Day, June 5, was celebrated in various ways around Jalisco.
Robert Patterson worked for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for more than 30 years, eventually becoming its senior liaison officer in North America, searching for projects to make good, healthy food accessible to the world’s ever increasing population.
Navajas is a tiny pueblito located 30 kilometers southwest of Guadalajara along the Circuito Metropolitano Sur highway linking Chapala-Guadalajara highway to Tala.