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Mexico’s Most-Important Culinary Event Seduces with Tastes, Images, Magic

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Russian beluga caviar, Cinco Jotas Iberian ham and $300-a-bottle wines from California’s Robert Mondavi Winery were paired against Mexico’s finest Karla Correa Bedolla wines, Cervecería Charro beers and tangy Terra Sepia tacos during the grand finale of the 10th edition of Millesime at Centro Citibanamex on Wednesday, Nov. 23, Thursday, Nov. 24, and Friday, Nov. 25. The

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Cooking with Iberian Ham

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS When it comes to hams, Iberians are the top of the line. These succulent, flavorful gammon masterpieces of Spain — produced from the acorn-grazed, black-hoofed Iberian pigs found only in the mountainous southern and southwestern regions of that European nation — are the crème de la crème of fatty cured pork. The history of jamón ibérico is

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