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Mexico This photo: The Viceroy Zihuatanejo offers a mezcal and chocolate experience for couples. Below: Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun offers cooking classes for kids. Spotlight on Gastronomy Paloma Villaverde de Rico Dining in Mexico is always a treat-whether one is on the hunt for the very best culinary experience in Mexico City's affluent neighborhoods or enjoying a romantic dinner at one of the country's many beachfront resorts. No matter where your client decides to call home for a few days, Mexico delivers with a feast for the palate. Art, Romance & Tequila Tastings Marrying cuisine and art, Playacar Palace has a new dining experience on the menu-the FRIDA KAHLO by ALQUIMIA sensory dining offering. It combines haute cuisine with an audiovisual spectacle utilizing a 34 april 2016 variety of innovative cooking techniques including liquid nitrogen, low temperature cooking and a vacuum coffee maker, among other elements. It's a 2-hour dinner that hotel reps say stimulates the five senses, enhanced by thematic music, ranging from classical to traditional Mexican, and art. Ideal for up to 10 guests, the experience offers 11 courses inspired by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, with unexpected flavor contrasts such as fiery chili with honeyed flan, and tender venison with sharp orange zest paired with champagne and mezcal. Speaking of mezcal, the Viceroy Zihuatanejo offers a Romantic Immersion

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recommend April 2016

Editor’s Notes
Hotel Desk: Hotels for Foodies
Tour Talk: Take to the Road With Enterprise
Cruise Lines Whip Up Culinary Treats
Viking Celebrates Agents
5 Adults-Only All-Inclusives Where Dinner Is an Art
Saint Lucia Loves Chocoholics
Accent on Food
Hotel Culinary Options in the U.S.
Culinary Travel: A Buffet of Options
Vegas Bites
Dining Through the Holy Land
Spotlight on Gastronomy
Hyatt Ziva Cancun
Lovely Valencia
Thuringia: Germany’s Best-Kept Secret...Revealed
Devouring Asia

Recommend April 2016