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La Cocina de Doña Esthela

Señor Sabrosisimo has fond childhood memories of going to visit family members who lived on farms in the country.  A visit to La Cocina de Doña Esthela (Lady Esthela's Kitchen) brings back those memories.

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Fiesta en La Misión

What's the biggest bonfire you've ever seen?  Have you seen one big enough to ride horses around?  Every year in La Misión on the first night of the Fiesta en La Misión the evening is started with a huge fogata (bonfire).

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Panaderia 2 Hermanos

Tortas are Mexican sandwiches that are usually filled with meat and other yummy things.  They are often made with the standard bolillo or telera breads, which sometimes get soft from the fillings.  Panaderia 2 Hermanos has been making only one kind of bread that is perfect for tortas, a ciabatta-type loaf for 10 years.

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Cuatrocuatros

Where to go with visitors from the US?  They've been to Baja before, yet were looking for something or some place new.  Of course, great food and wine in a serene setting would be well received.

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Carnival

When you think of Mardi Gras and Carnival, what comes to mind?  New Orleans? Rio de Janeiro?  How about Ensenada?  Turns out they have been holding Carnival every year since 1918!

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Rancho Cortes - Artesanal Cheeses

You may have seen cheese in the markets with a Rancho Cortes label.  Did you know that you can visit the ranch and see the cheese being made?

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