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1. Chope’s Bar and Cafe in La Mesa, New Mexico, outside El Paso. Amazing chiles rellenos. Sarah Karnasiewicz
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2. Carlos Lopez, the head cook at Maxie’s Taco Treat in El Paso, Texas. One of the many menuderias (menudo joints) in the city. Sarah Karnasiewicz
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3. Bowls of menudo (tripe soup) with all the accompaniments (chopped onions, dried chiles, limes, epazote), at Maxie’s Taco Treat.
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4. H & H Car Wash and Coffee Shop in El Paso, Texas. Sarah Karnasiewicz
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5. Huevos rancheros served with a delicious creamy gravy at H & H Car Wash. Sarah Karnasiewicz
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6. New Mexico-style enchiladas, served flat with a chile colorado sauce and a fried egg on top, prepared by Malu Gonzalez of Las Cruces, New Mexico, near El Paso. Beth Kracklauer
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7. Texas-style enchiladas, rolled and topped with plenty of cheese, made by Malu Gonzalez of Las Cruces. Beth Kracklauer
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8. Jaime’s Hut in El Paso, Texas. Beth Kracklauer
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9. Caldo de pollo at Jaime’s Hut in El Paso, Texas. Beth Kracklauer
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10. The bar at La Posta, a landmark restaurant in Mesilla, New Mexico, near El Paso. Beth Kracklauer
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11. A marranito, a soft, gingerbread-style cookie in the shape of a pig, popular in northern Mexico and in Mexican-American communities throughout the Southwest. This one came from the San Elizario Bakery in San Elizario, Texas, outside El Paso. Beth Kracklauer
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12. Tacos and fideo soup at L&J; Cafe in El Paso, Texas. Beth Kracklauer

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