The phrase "buen provecho" is used throughout the Spanish-speaking world. Click here to learn when and how to use it!
How to Say Lemon and Lime in Spanish
If you’ve lived in a Spanish-speaking country, then you’ve probably come across the controversy of how to say lemon and lime in Spanish. Surprisingly, it’s not as cut-and-dry and you might expect. It varies from country to country. This article will break down the differences so that you can buy the right citrus fruit when you need it.
Milk in Mexico
A popular misconception is that this is not real cow’s milk. We can assure you that, yes, the room-temperature milk in Mexico is cow’s milk. Often Americans think that this is powdered milk mixed with water and therefore this enables it to be shelved instead of having to be refrigerated. However, this is not true.
What Are Chapulines
If we had to pinpoint the hub or epicenter of chapulín culture, it would likely be in southern Mexico and Guatemala. States like Oaxaca, Chiapas, Puebla, Morelos, Mexico City, and Estado de Mexico are known for their love of this crunchy treat. Originally, chapulines were toasted on a traditional flat griddle called a comal, though now there are some industrialized toasting methods used in larger manufacturing. Then the chapulines are commonly seasoned. Other times, chapulines are smoked to add a roasted flavor to the insects