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The signature creation of San Antonio's Tex-Mex cuisine is the puffy taco.
This favorite drink kicks off the festive holiday parties in Mexico City.
The michelada might just be the best thing that's happened to beer since pizza.
This mole traditionally accompanies unfilled tamales.
This simple recipe showcases the pure flavor of ripe avocados.
This recipe typifies the flavors of the Juchitan region-tangy, sharp with alittle heat.
This citrusy shrimp appetizer comes from Veracruz, Mexico.
In Veracruz, Mexico, this dish, whose Spanish name literally means "Return to Life," is reputedly a hangover remedy.
This tangy, spicy mayonnaise can be found on restaurant tables all over Veracruz, Mexico.
Dark, hot, and smoky, this salsa gets its flavor—and its heat—from chipotle peppers.
In northern Mexico, enchiladas often are made by layering tortillas with cheese and onions.
The secret to these delicious burritos is in using the right cut of beef.
This spicy sauce is a staple of authentic "border food" cuisine.
Fresh lime juice and good tequila are essential for making an authentic margarita.
Contrary to popular opinion, there's more to mole than "chicken in chocolate sauce."
This versatile mole is infused with herbs, giving it an almost medicinal flavor.
After a spicy meal, the bright and simple taste of this sorbet is quite refreshing.
This decadent adaptation of horchata is spiked with cinnamon and dark chocolate, making it a delightful liquid dessert.
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Cool salsas and bright, refreshing flavors make Mexican food a warm-weather staple, but when the weather is cool, we look to the country's homey stews, braised meats, and fresh hot tortillas. This menu of hearty Mexican comfort food will warm you against the January chill. Feast on spicy, soupy pinto beans, tomato-hued Mexican rice, and asado de bodas, a spiced pork stew that's perfect mopped up with fresh corn tortillas. Finish off the meal with "impossible" chocolate flan, a cup of milky warm horchata blanca, and dreams of sunny Mexico.
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This inventive take on tortilla soup from celebrated Mexican chef Martha Ortiz is garnished with silky goat cheese and crispy pork rinds.