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I don’t claim that these are better than all the nachos in the Americas, but I’m going to put it out there that these are some seriously spectacular nachos. I’ve had enough nachos in my life to tell the good, … Continue reading
How to wrap up a week about burritos? A tortilla of course! You could go to the store and buy a stale, chewy, salty, plastic-y tortilla but fresh homemade tortillas are sooooo much better and they are really pretty simple … Continue reading
You have to admit that Mexican food takes normal food and makes it amazing: mince meat becomes smokey and spicy; tomatoes become a lively salsa and rice gets stuffed full of flavour and becomes Spanish/Mexican rice!
I reckon I could eat this stuff by the bucket! Guacamole is one of my favourite foods (I know, I know, I say that a lot, but I have a big heart to love lots of foods!) This guac is … Continue reading
Today we continue to explore the flavours that Mexico brings to the global food table with smokey mince. This mince is smokey, spiced and completely moreish. It is very simple and often I would add corn and tomato, but I … Continue reading