Newsletter, March 2014

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The Spencer Day Dinner/Show, Mardi Gras 2014 and Birthdays Galore filled the month of March. Click Here to view our photo galleries and relive the fun.

Feel like you’re in Mexico when you’re at No Way José!.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Daylight Saving Time goes into effect in Mexico on Sunday, April 6. Now we will have even more beach time!

We are starting to say “hasta luego” to some of our family of friends who return to points all over the world and the summer season in Vallarta starts right after Semana Santa – Holy Week. Summer value specials for lodging, air fare, and special pricing in your favorite restaurants make coming to Vallarta even more appealing than ever. Experience the lush tropical paradise of Vallarta in spring and summer. You will be glad you did!

Abrazos - Julie, José Alfredo and the entire NWJ! Team

Abrazos – Julie, José Alfredo and the entire NWJ! Team

One of the ONLY-at-No-Way-José! Favorites

Chicken Xochimilco Style

For years, scientists have assumed that huitlacoche (WEET-LA-KO-CHE) – a gray-black corn fungus long-savored in Mexico – had nutritional values similar to those of the corn on which it grew. But test results published in the Journal of Food Chemistry reveal that this fungus that U.S. farmers and crop scientists have spent millions trying to eradicate, packs unique proteins, minerals and other nutritional goodies.

You’ll discover this tasty delicacy in one of our most popular dinner dishes, our Breast of Chicken Xochimilco-Style. This juicy breast of chicken stuffed with spinach and cheese and bathed in this full-bodied earthy sauce on a bed of white rice will become one of your NWJ! favorites after your first bite.

Learn more about this Mexican treat in the Fall/Winter 2013 Edition of Vallarta Lifestyles Magazine where our huitlacoche dish featured in their article, “Two Mexican Edible Dares.”

For your FREE copy of this No Way José! original recipe, Click Here. Enter your name and email address on our Contact Form and enter “Xochimilco Chicken Recipe” in the message box to start whipping up a little bit of No Way José! in your kitchen tonight. Send us pictures!

Frappuccino Sequeiros

David-Alfaro-Siqueiros-painting David Alfaro Siqueiros (born José de Jesús Alfaro Siqueiros, December 29, 1896, in Chihuahua, Chih. – January 6, 1974, in Cuernavaca, Morelos) was a Mexican social realist painter, better known for his large murals in fresco. Frappuccino-Siqueiros

Along with Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco, he established “Mexican Muralism.” His painting above, “Soldados”, heralds a new No Way José! offering to our specialty coffee menu: Frappuccino Siqueiros.

Iced coffee combination of creamy vanilla, espresso and agave liquor topped with sweet whipped cream.

Only at No Way José!