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Chef’s Travel Log

Mexican food

Yucatan Food at its Finest – Day 9, The Final Hoorah in Merida

Posted on April 25, 2016

Energized because it was our last day, yet foggy because it was our second to last night, we were walking dichotomies – mirroring the country itself as it’s identity shifts from the old to the new. The crew rallied and […] read more

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A Region Rich in Culture and History – Day 8, Merida and Progreso

Posted on April 25, 2016

On Friday morning, I woke up to my stomach’s gentle reminder that although I was eating like one, I wasn’t, in fact, a local. Heard. So, Rustin and I gave our stomachs a break and decided to go on a […] read more

Boulder, CO Restaurants

The Art of Snacking – Day 7, Merida

Posted on April 25, 2016

 The streets of Merida are much like Puebla: small, narrow and packed in tight.  The buildings here are only two to three stories high, so as you walk it feels like a maze. The other fun part is that the […] read more

Mexican food blog

A Rainy Day and a Transcending Meal – Day 6, Puebla and Mexico City

Posted on April 22, 2016

One last meal in Puebla and we knew it had to be a great one. Our concierge had recommended Mural de los Poblanos as a spot for the best local fare. One block off the Zocalo, we entered through a […] read more

Mexican Food

A City Covered in Ash – Day 5, Puebla, on the Edge of the Volcano

Posted on April 21, 2016

After the market yesterday we walked and walked searching for a bar / cantina to grab a few drinks and watch the basketball playoffs.  Nothing. We asked around and heard rumors of a spot far away, but pretty much we […] read more

Mexican food

The Road to Puebla – Day 4, Mexico City to Puebla

Posted on April 19, 2016

After the craziness of a day at the market, we decided to lay low and stay close to the hotel.  Right down the street we had seen a restaurant that looked really busy the previous two nights, so we thought […] read more


La Mercado – Day 3, City Center

Posted on April 19, 2016

  Where did we leave you? Oh, of course, those al pastor tacos that dreams are made of.  We took a much needed rest after a huge day. Jumping right back into it and realizing it was Saturday night, we rallied […] read more

Mexican Restaurant Boulder

Digging In – Day 2, Through the streets of Roma, Condesa and Hipódromo

Posted on April 17, 2016

After leaving the mezcaleria last night, we started walking. Thanks to my brother’s strong sense of direction and our street awareness we ended up on Alvaro Obregon, a bustling street full of great restaurants, cocktail bars, coffee shops and street […] read more

Mexican food

The Adventure Begins – Day 1, Mexico City

Posted on April 16, 2016

Hot, sweaty and discombobulated, we wandered down a rugged yet well kept street hunting for tacos. The Roma district is one of Mexico City’s booming culinary hot spots. Guided by our local friend Missahel, my brother Rustin and I entered […] read more

Mexican food

A Chef’s Adventure in Tulum

Posted on February 18, 2016

Day 1: The First Bite As it was, Alison and I had to fly in on the red eye to Cancun, rent a car, then drive an hour and a half south to our destination in Tulum.  Let me tell […] read more


Community Partners


“Centro has been incredibly generous to Intercambio over the years and they’re great partners with us. They’re fun to work with, always provide amazing food that people talk about for months following an event, and they truly value their diverse workforce. At our annual spring fundraiser they provide high quality food for 300 participants at no charge – and that is a huge part of its success. They have many employees who participate in Intercambio as English learning students, and they value the ongoing education and advancement of all their employees.”
-Lee Shanis, Executive Director and Co-founder, Intercambio

Thorne Nature Center

“Having Centro as a partner has really elevated the status of our event. Their support is enabling Thorne to connect so many of our community’s low-income youth to nature, which in addition to building earth stewardship has benefits for heath and wellness, academic achievement, social well-being! We’re very grateful to have them as our community partners”
Keith Desrosiers, Executive Director, Thorne Nature Center


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