The Cliffs at Todos Santos

A Ponga, Some Yellowtails, and Mexican Sashimi

Dave DeWitt Mexico and Central America Leave a Comment

There was no dock and no fancy yacht. The tackle was old and weather-beaten. But this was real fishing, not a tourist trip from a resort. We were fishing with fourth-generation professionals off the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur at the town of Todos Santos. I was joined by Chef Dany Lamote of the Hotel California, an avid fisherman …

Los Cabos: Where Land Ends and Fire Begins

Fiery Foods Manager Mexico and Central America Leave a Comment

Cabo means “cape” in Spanish, and it is part of the name given to two cities at the end of the Baja California peninsula, separated by 20 miles of beaches and resorts. Cabo San Lucas is referred to as Cabo, whereas San Jose del Cabo is referred to as San Jose. Cabo is the one most tourists and people think of; …