Meet Dancing Chef Linda!

 

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Dancing Chef: Linda

Do you have a nickname? Moringa-linda. I make recipes with the little green leaves of the moringa oliefera tree 🙂

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Which city were you born? Near Toronto, Ontario

What’s your favorite recipe to make? Red lentil coconut curry lemongrass veggie soup 

Favorite meal to eat? Sushi

Favorite snacks? Raw carrots & hummus

How spicy do you like your salsa? 2 full chilies w all the seeds!

Any pets? 4 dogs

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Hobbies? Gardening, gardening, & more gardening! Creating no-bake healthy recipes. Snorkeling and biking too!

Can you share something fun about yourself? I came to Cozumel on vacation Feb. 1998… And I’m still here, enjoying  my new role as a Dancing Chef!!!

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“Spice up your holidays” – Travel hot spots in Mexico

The Dancing Chefs are passionate about cooking and dancing, but also love to travel. There are many beautiful cities and sites all over Mexico worth visiting. You will need several vacations to visit them all. Here are our favorites.

Barranca del Cobre

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Ride the train, a horse, a bike – or just use your feel to explore the awsome canyon country.

 

Espirito Santo

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For those who like to connect with nature, Espiritu Santo island is the perfect spot. Located in the Sea of Cortez, you can kayak with whale sharks around this island of azure inlets and pink cliffs.

Mazatlan

Sunset overview of Playa Olas Altas, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

Home-port of Salsa and Salsa, Mazatlan is much more than a cruise ship destination. The gorgeous colonial district is only a short walk from the 20-km long crescent sandy beach and the world’s longest boulevard.

 

Reserva Mariposa Monarca

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The winter retreat for millions of highly colorful migrating butterflies of awesome stamina.

Puerto Escondido

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Super-relaxed coastal town for all tastes: surf, beaches, fishing, wildlife and nightlife.

Mexico City 

Overview of Mexico City

Highland megapolis, ancient Aztec capital, kaleidoscopic canvas of wonderful musea, culinary adventures and masked wrestlers.

Teotihuacan

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Only 45 minutes from Mexico City you can explore a pair of mysterious and majestic pyramids, remnants of the mighty Aztec civilization.

From coast to coast, Mexico has lots to offer and it’s waiting for you to explore and enjoy!

 

 

 

 

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