• The Lebanese in Mexico

    by Ana Luisa Garcia Milo The Lebanese in Mexico
    Many Lebanese settled in a Mexican city called Puebla (about 2 hours outside Mexico City) which, at one time was known as The City of Angels.While ...
  • Trompo

    by Ana Luisa Garcia Milo Trompo
    Pork was very kindly received on the Lebanese-style pits, which Mexico calls a trompo, to mean a spinning top, wider at the top with a narrow botto...
  • Carne al pastor

    by Ana Luisa Garcia Milo Carne al pastor
    Al pastor meat was originally a take on sharwarma, a Lebanese classic brought by its people to Mexico around the turn of the 20th century. Thousand...