Celebrating 100 Years of Mexican Cultura

Celebrating 100 Years of Mexican Cultura

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Cerveza Montejo. All opinions are our own. We’ve spent a lot of time the last couple of months thinking about our Mexican heritage. Not that doing so is anything new around us. The difference as of late is that our contemplation has been less […]

The Cultural Significance of the Sombrero

My father very rarely wore a sombrero out.  Instead he’d wear a cap or nothing at all.  For him, the sombrero was a tool like any other: a hammer, a nail, a rusty set of pliers, used to shield his eyes and face from the scorching heat.  A game sometimes, […]

Weekend Photos: Houston Rodeo Cook-Off

We went.  We saw.  We ate.  I danced.  With strangers.  And we had an overall great time.  In case you haven’t noticed by now, Rodeo is huge here this time of year… and well, I just wanted to share a couple of pictures with y’all from our first outing to […]