Hola amigos! #tacotuesday brings you fresh recipes for the summer, as well as amazing photos of Cabo, Enjoy!
If you yearn for the simple pleasures of the “Old Baja,” or maybe you are seeking an antidote to the touristy hustle of Cabo San Lucas, the East Cape is the answer. Time seemingly stands still on this coastal stretch, which swells from the outskirts of San José del Cabo to Los Barriles and the beautiful Bay of Palms.
Fishing has always been the top attraction for visitors to the region, and the East Cape was the site of some of the peninsula’s early fishing resorts in the 1950s. The Sea of Cortez waters rich in fish is still a big draw, specially for annual billfish and big game fish tournaments like Bisbee’s East Cape Offshore.
World-class weather conditions seasonally exist here, for surfing, kite boarding and windsurfing. Shipwrecks and Nine Palms are popular destinations for summer surfers close to Los Cabos; and when strong winter winds “El Norte” blow down the coast, places like La Ventana and Los Barriles become heaven on earth for wind sports enthusiasts. Lord of the Wind, an annual kiteboarding competition in Los Barriles became the North American championship of the sport since January 2016.
Snorkeling and diving are also spectacular in this region, particularly at Cabo Pulmo. This national marine sanctuary is home to numerous species of coral reef and because of its protected status, now boasts one of highest concentration of marine life in the entire Sea of Cortez.
World-class conditions also exist, seasonally at least, for surfing, kiteboarding and windsurfing. Shipwrecks and Nine Palms are popular destinations for summer surfaris from Los Cabos; and when strong winter El Norte winds blow down the coast, places like La Ventana and Los Barriles become heaven on earth for windsports enthusiasts. Lord of the Wind, an annual kiteboarding competition in Los Barriles, will become the North American championship of the sport starting in January 2016.
The snorkeling and diving is also spectacular, particularly at Cabo Pulmo. This national marine sanctuary is home to eight fingers of living coral reef, and because of its protected status, now boasts the highest concentration of marine life in the Sea of Cortés.
Sunset in East Cape.
Tuna sashimi mixed with spicy soy sauce
-1.5 lb of fresh tuna
– High quality soy sauce
– Juice of one whole lime
-1 Serrano pepper
– 1 Red onion
– Sesame seeds
– 1 Teaspoon of olive oil (extra virgin)
1) Slice the tuna into fine sashimi cuts.
2) Mix the lime juice, oil, soy sauce and sliced serrano pepper in a bowl.
3) Put the tuna slices in a plate pour over 2 tablespoons of the soy sauce mix. Sprinkle sesame seeds and red onion juliennes on top.
A good Pinot Grigio is an excellent partner for this dish.
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