Quesadilla

The history of the Quesadilla

The Quesadilla is a common dish that you can find in any regular Mexican restaurant. It is also an essential meal or snack cooked in…

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The Food of Oaxaca in Mexico

The Food of Oaxaca in Mexico

The food of Oaxaca (pronounced waa-har-kar) in Mexico is as diverse as its geography, landscape and indigenous cultures. Located in the south of Mexico, Oaxaca…

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chipotle corn chips

Introducing Doña Cholita’s Chipotle Corn Chips

If you’ve tried our original white and blue corn organic Totopos you know there is no better tasting corn chip. They are made using our…

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Get 40% off your first GoodnessMe Box

Get 40% off your first GoodnessMe Box

We’re super excited to offer all of you 40% off your first GoodnessMe Box. Simply use our unique code DONA40 when you subscribe https://goodnessmebox.com/get-the-box That’s…

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Fermented Food and Drink of Mexico

Fermented Food and Drink of Mexico

When you think of fermented food and drink the first tastes that spring to mind are probably German Sauerkraut, Korean Kimchi, Japanese Miso and Eastern…

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avocado

Five Mexican Ingredients that are Good for You

  Authentic Mexican food is fresh and nutritious and uses loads of quality ingredients that are great for your health. The ingredients are also as…

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give back

Doña Cholita Give Back After Floods

During late March, the far northern region of New South Wales where we live and work, was devastated by floods associated with Tropical Cyclone Debbie….

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Essential Chillis for Mexican cooking

Essential Chillis for Mexican cooking

If there is one ingredient that Mexican cuisine cannot live without it would be the chilli. Chillis originated in Mexico and began making their way…

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renewable energy

Doña Cholita joins Renewable Energy Movement

Doña Cholita is proud to have joined a growing list of business owners who have signed up to R Certified – a local movement that…

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cinco de mayo

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo — or its translation as the fifth of May — celebrates the Mexican army’s unlikely 1862 victory over the French army at…

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