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  1. Christmastime a big time for El Paso tamale makersRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | El Paso Times

    EL PASO TIMES Delicious Mexican Eatery owner Ray Borrego shows a pot filled with tamales that were being prepared for sale in his central El Paso restaurant. Delicious Mexican Eatery is one of several locations that can not keep tamales in stock. 1 comment

  2. Bilingual cookbook to benefit Juarez Rotary chapterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Las Cruces Sun-News

    Anna Mier, Cuidad Juarez Campestre Rotary president, sets her table with food from "Good Food for A Good Cause," a fundraising cookbook for the Rotary chapter. What is on the dinner table in a typical Juarez home? What does the kitchen look like? What does the house look like? Those were questions that intrigued me and learning the answers led to a cookbook featuring Ciudad Juarez home chefs called "Good Food for a Good Cause," a fundraiser for the Juarez Campestre Rotary Club, which makes a real difference in the lives of hundreds of Ciudad Juarez families.

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  3. Herhold: San Jose's Mexico City restaurant closing on Christmas EveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inside Bay Area

    Lunch crowd at the Mexico City Restaurant, San Jose, Calif., on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. After 43 years, Yolanda Barron is closing down the Mexico City Restaurant.

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  4. Fire damages La Tolteca Mexican Foods in PhoenixRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Arizona Republic

    A late-night fire did heavy damage to La Tolteca Mexican Foods, a restaurant and market in central Phoenix. About 50 Phoenix Fire Department Fire damages La Tolteca Mexican Foods in Phoenix A late-night fire did heavy damage to La Tolteca Mexican Foods, a restaurant and market in central Phoenix.

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  5. Owners of Rancho Viejo open second restaurant in Valu PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Batavian

    ... complement their existing restaurant, offering another style of food and dining for residents hungry for Mexican cuisine. "We want to invite people in," Leon said. "Me, my wife and my family, we appreciate everybody in Batavia and surrounding areas ...

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  6. Bauer Revisits Farmhouse Inn, Kisses a Lot of Frogs Around TownRead the original story

    Friday | Eater

    Bauer's latest trip down memory lane starts in Forestville, at the Farmhouse Inn . Though the property is a longtime Michelin-star holder, it's been ten years since Bauer was last "enamored of the quaint yellow house, the rustic surroundings and the local cuisine produced by [chef] Steve Litke ."

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  7. Owners of Rancho Viejo open second restaurant in Value PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Batavian

    ... compliment their existing restaurant, offering another style of food and dining for residents hungry for Mexican cuisine. "We want to invite people in," Leon said. "Me, my wife and my family, we appreciate everybody in Batavia and surrounding areas ...

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  8. You'll Never Guess Which Fast Food Place Customers Think Is the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Motley Fool

    If you're pulling into a White Castle to grab a sack of sliders, chances are you aren't expecting to find a healthy meal staring back at you in their cardboard carriers. After all, the company ranks last in Consumer Reports latest survey that asks what consumers think of when considering restaurants with healthful meal options.

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  9. Diego Pops Brings Brussels Sprouts Nachos and Late-Night Tacos to Old Town ScottsdaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Phoenix New Times

    ... menu of tacos, salads, appetizers, and sides. You won't head here for the truest representation of Mexican cuisine, but between the late-night hours and retro-chic design Diego Pops should appeal perfectly to the Old Town Scottsdale dining crowd. A ...

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  10. Porfirio's Brunch Buffet: All You Can Eat Tacos, Carnitas, and PozoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Miami New Times

    There's not exactly a shortage of brunches in this town. There is, however, a shortage of Mexican brunches.

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  11. Thrillst knocks S.A. in best food cities listRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MySanAntonio.com

    A relaxed attitude and space are hailed as strengths in the foodie world in this SoCal city. "Plus you've got to be thankful for the fish tacos.

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  12. Uberritoa .It's just Mission BurritoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    In case you are wondering what this new sign, Aoeberrito, is doing where Mission Burrito used to be, it's that Mission Burrito is now called Aoeberrito. It's the same thing with a new name, which was mandated after Mission Burrito lost a court case brought by a similarly named food company.

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  13. Larry J. Cano | Mexican-food icon, 90Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Philly.com

    Larry J. Cano, 90, the founder of the El Torito restaurant chain who helped popularize guacamole, fajitas, and margaritas with the U.S. masses, died of pancreatic cancer Dec. 10 at his home in Corona Del Mar, Calif., his former assistant Lee Healy confirmed Monday. Mr. Cano, who served as a fighter pilot during World War II, took over a closed-down Polynesian restaurant in Los Angeles in 1954 and turned it into the first El Torito.

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  14. Yum. Can't go wrong withRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | BlogHer

    I don't celebrate Chanukah personally, but I do celebrate potatoes and golden brown deliciousness pretty much year round, and I have been pinning a ton of creative latke recipes this week. I've found so many I can't make them all, and so have to share with you-from the wild and crazy to the easy and lazy to the crispy and tasty .

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  15. Diego Rivera mosaics preserved in AcapulcoRead the original story

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    ... updated in decades, the views, guacamole and margaritas here are second to none. Rooms from $65. Reliable Mexican cuisine served with bird eye views of the Acapulco cliff divers inside the Hotel Mirador. Entrees from $12. A cultural center and ...

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  16. A court-ordered name change: Houston Tex-Mex chain makes a big switch with expansion plans in mindRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | CultureMap

    Throughout 2014, one question was foremost on the minds of Houston burrito lovers: What would be Mission Burritos new name? This week, the company revealed what people will be saying when they want to go to one of the four Houston-area locations. "We were looking for a name that would show a lot of energy, a lot of fun," vice president of marketing for parent company Mexican Restaurants Inc Larry Harrison tells CultureMap.

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  17. S.F. surprise in list of top food citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | SFGate

    A relaxed attitude and space are hailed as strengths in the foodie world in this SoCal city. "Plus you've got to be thankful for the fish tacos.

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  18. Sietsema's 15 Best Dishes of 2014Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Eater

    It's much harder picking the city's best dishes of the year than it was to finger the worst , because there are so many to choose from. This was a year when innovative Thai food leapt out of its enclaves in Queens and took Manhattan by storm, when the innovative downtown bistro finally came of age, and when Mexican food asserted its dominance in every price range.

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  19. Celebrate the Season at Armed Forces Officers Club & HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | PR Log

    ... & Restaurant 12:00 noon / 24:00 midnight Celebrate or relax in Taverna - a Tex Mex style Restaurant, where Mexican cuisine meets Texas portions. A perfect place to meet with friends over an ice-cold beverage & a game of pool. Taccocina is a firm ...

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  20. Restaurateur who moved Mexican food to masses diesRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | The Star

    Larry J. Cano, the founder of the El Torito restaurant chain who helped popularize guacamole, fajitas and margaritas with the U.S. masses, has died at age 90. His former longtime assistant Lee Healy confirmed Cano's death to The Associated Press on Monday. He died of pancreatic cancer Wednesday at his home in Corona Del Mar, Healy said.

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