Medina County District Library news: Buckeye Library Food Fest, Writers Series, Arts Week activities
Area restaurants served up their specialties - Italian food from Courthouse Pizzeria , Mexican cuisine from Fiesta Jalapenos , hot dogs from Dan's Dogs and grilled dates wrapped in bacon and stuffed with chorizo sausage from 111 Bistro . Cosette Stanko of Brunswick was in her element at the Buckeye Library Food Fest last night.
Rooftop Cocktails: Cantina Rooftop in Midtown
Continuing with our coverage on rooftop lounges, here is the latest. Tucked away, off the beaten path and over near Hudson Yard is a cantina on a rooftop that serves up tacos and la comida from our neighboring country south of the boarder.
All the Delicious Things We Ate at Tacolandia
Tacolandia is one of the most glorious days of the year - it's like Christmas, but instead of toys you get tacos. The June 17 L.A. Weekly event brought together 100-plus taco vendors and thousands of taco lovers for a day filled with more tacos than you ever thought possible, curated by noted Mexican food expert Bill Esparza.
More Mexican Welcome in Paris
In 2006, Julien Zattara, a Frenchman, met Alejandra, a Mexican, while they were both studying cooking in Lyon at Paul Bocuse Institute. Julien and Alejandro became fast friends, sharing sharing tequila shots and traveling together to attend a wedding in Mexico.
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Social Studies In Action: A Methodology Workshop, K-5 "Workshop 3. Exploring Unity and Diversity" Who do we teach? Because themes of unity and diversity surface within both academic content and classroom climate, this session focuses on strategies for teaching provocative issues in social studies as well as methods of addressing a diversity of learners. The onscreen teachers examine national documents for themes of unity and diversity, explore Howard Gardner.
5 Things You Should Eat at LA's Arroyo Seco Weekend
The new Arroyo Seco Weekend festival goes down in Los Angeles on Saturday and Sunday, with Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Mumford & Sons, Broken Social Scene, Weezer, The Shins, Fitz + the Tantrums and many others providing the soundtrack for a sweltering summer extravaganza. The Pasadena festival, located on the Brookside grounds adjacent to the Rose Bowl, will also feature food from some of L.A.'s best chefs and most of-the-moment restaurants.
Eat it, Conway: Cactus Jacks
She Said: On a lazy Sunday afternoon, I was craving Mexican food . Luckily, Conway has 92,000 Mexican restaurants, so I chose when we hadn't yet reviewed, and off we went.
Pati's Mexican Table
PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens. A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country.
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.