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enchiladas mineras de Guanajuato

I studied at la Universidad de Guanajuato in central Mexico for a hot summer in college, and the highlight was the homecooked food that I ate three times a day, served up by la abuelita at my homestay. One afternoon,

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enchiladas mineras de Guanajuato

I studied at la Universidad de Guanajuato in central Mexico for a hot summer in college, and the highlight was the homecooked food that I ate three times a day, served up by la abuelita at my homestay. One afternoon,

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habanero salsa + tortilla chips

In college, back before the immigration spats and kidnappings, before drug cartels took over the border towns and US Customs required passports for reentry, I annually wandered across to Ciudad Acuña or Matamoros, Mexico, to shop, eat and practice la lengua.

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habanero salsa + tortilla chips

In college, back before the immigration spats and kidnappings, before drug cartels took over the border towns and US Customs required passports for reentry, I annually wandered across to Ciudad Acuña or Matamoros, Mexico, to shop, eat and practice la lengua.

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carnitas quesadillas

Lard is a four-letter word at Whole Foods. After I ordered the pork shoulder for the carnitas, I asked the butcher if he happened to have any lard hanging out in the shop. He didn’t, but there might be industrially

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carnitas quesadillas

Lard is a four-letter word at Whole Foods. After I ordered the pork shoulder for the carnitas, I asked the butcher if he happened to have any lard hanging out in the shop. He didn’t, but there might be industrially

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elote, or mexican corn-on-the-cob

I’m used to a summer that lasts until Halloween, not this chilly hybrid fall that’s sneaking into the first part of September. I was just getting used to living without air conditioning and now – you’re telling me – I

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elote, or mexican corn-on-the-cob

I’m used to a summer that lasts until Halloween, not this chilly hybrid fall that’s sneaking into the first part of September. I was just getting used to living without air conditioning and now – you’re telling me – I