Santos gave me this drink, but what is it? (Atole)

Many Central American countries serve Atole, but it has Mayan roots, so it is generally considered native to Mexico. The Mayans drank it as a corn-based beverage. It’s called Atole de Elote—it’s the O.G. Atole.

Do You Agree with the Top 10 International Cuisines?

Everybody has an opinion about what cultural food is best. Do you agree with’s list? Or would you change it?

Get Festive with Sorrel

Photo Credit: Black Cake and Sorrel Drink Facebook page. (The Caribbean sorrel drink has a unique rich taste that is good for your special holiday and festivities.)