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Arroz con Leche - Book Cover

Arroz con Leche

INGREDIENTS ½ cup raisins ¼ sherry ½ cup long-grain white rice 1 cinnamon stick 1 cup sugar 4 cups milk Ground cinnamon, for dusting Lemon rind Pinch of salt Water Directions Soak rice in enough hot water to cover for 10 minutes. Rinse in cold water and drain. Place in a sauce pan wit... Read More

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¡Adivina Adivinador! Day of the Dead Sayings

Hay más tiempo que vida There is more time than life. Hierba mala nunca muere. Bad weed never dies. Se me subió el muerto. The deceased climbed on me!  Which means: “It really scared me!” Ya ni en la paz de los sepulcros creo. I don’t even believe in the peace of the tombs anymore.... Read More

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Las Madres en la Epoca Pre-hispanica Copy

Considerada la fuerza constructora, educadora y base de su sociedad, la madre en el mundo prehispánico jugó un papel determinante, como se puede observar a través del gran número de representaciones de diosas mesoamericanas. Desde la época prehispánica, la madre ha jugado un papel dete... Read More

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La Guelaguetza Celebration

The most important festival in Oaxaca is undoubtedly the annual celebration of  La Guelaguetza. It is a holiday that revolves around dance and brings together eight regions of Oaxaca on the Cerro del Fortin.  Each year the Guelaguetza is celebrated on the two  Mondays following July 16.... Read More

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Las Madres en la Epoca Pre-hispanica

Considerada la fuerza constructora, educadora y base de su sociedad, la madre en el mundo prehispánico jugó un papel determinante, como se puede observar a través del gran número de representaciones de diosas mesoamericanas. Desde la época prehispánica, la madre ha jugado un papel dete... Read More

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Mexican Newspapers Periodicos de Mexico

The first newspaper to be published in what is now Mexico was the Gaceta de Mexico y Noticias de la Nueva España in 1772 during the Spanish Colonial era.  Today there are more than 20 nationwide newspapers and countless local papers. Following is a list with links to the most important publi... Read More
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