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Category: Mexican food

Jun 18

From Tortillas to Salsa, Mexican Ingredients are Stealing the Show

One of the best things about living in a country that is considered to be a melting pot is the wide variety in the food and dishes that we have available to us. In fact, it is quite common to see several restaurants that serve international or different regional food in one area. And some of those diverse dishes, such as Mexican and Italian foods, have become such popular items throughout the country that they are often cooked and prepared in homes as well as in restaurants.

The prevalence of Mexican ingredients and dishes

Over the course of one year, almost 234 million people across the country used Mexican ingredients and food. If that is not telling enough, consider the fact that Americans consumer more than 4 billion tacos every single year. While that is a pretty staggering number, who could say that that is a particularly surprising fact? Tacos

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Oct 16

How to Tell You’re Eating at an Authentic Mexican Restaurant

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Do you love Mexican food? It is one of the most popular cuisines around the United States. There are an estimated 38,000 restaurants that serve this kind of cuisine around the country. Not all of them serve authentic Mexican cuisine. Can you spot the difference? Can you difference between flour and corn tortillas?

  1. Check out the tortillas. If you know how to difference between flour and corn tortillas, you have a shot at telling if the Mexican food you are eating is authentic or you are eating Tex Mex. No self respecting, authentic Mexican restaurant

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