Food writer urges South Carolina to recognize region's most unique Mexican restaurant dish
One of the words that's rightly been banished from the food vocabulary is "exotic," since what's foreign to one person is another person's home cooking. But shedding the Eurocentric term doesn't mean food obsessives have given up on eating experiences that make them feel like they're in a faraway place.
Quick-baking chicken dish a hit with Scranton family
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Sterling Community Fund Gala deemed a success
A large crowd was greeted with a champagne welcome, provided by the Sterling High School class of 1981. Guests enjoyed hors d'ouevres provided by 15 local restaurants and food providers, ranging from Italian and Mexican cuisine to pub food.
3 San Antonio restaurants Pugel's hot dogs, Cafe Dijon in
Blue corn stacked enchiladas with pork adobado, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese with a "Christmas" set of green and red chile sauces from Santa Fe Trail Mexican Cuisine on San Pedro Avenue. Blue corn stacked enchiladas with pork adobado, lettuce, tomatoes and cheese with a "Christmas" set of green and red chile sauces from Santa Fe Trail Mexican Cuisine on San Pedro Avenue.
Heads Up: From Pyramids to Chocolate, Mexico City through the Eyes of Children
Should we head to Arena Mexico to see the theatrical spectacle of the flamboyant luchadores - Mexican wrestlers - fight it out with acrobatic-style moves while the crowd cheered them on? Or, did we want to learn how to make tamales and sopes topped with ingredients like beans, salsa and mole negro at Casa Jacaranda , a small cooking school situated in a 1913 home in the chic Roma neighborhood? Mexico City is well known for its many cultural attractions, including more than 100 museums and a flourishing arts and design scene. But the city's appeal as a family-friendly destination hasn't come to the forefront until recently.
Uncle Julio's is committed to providing only the freshest and highest quality Border Style Mexican Food. With distinctive Hacienda decorating style, the founders created a unique restaurant concept around original recipes that demand only the freshest ingredients tailored after Julio's family tastes. Beyond tacos, enchiladas and tamales, Julio specializes in marinated and mesquite grilled beef and chicken fajitas, ribs, quail, frog legs, and jumbo shrimp.
The first Uncle Julio's Fine Mexican Food Restaurant opened in Dallas, Texas in November 1986. Uncle Julio's popularity grew rapidly, and with it came an instant craze for a drink Julio named The Swirl, which is a frozen concoction of layered margarita and home-made sangria. Uncle Julio's has grown to twelve restaurants located in Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland and Virginia.