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Carmen Cruz Salinas: 32 years of tamales

For a moment we thought we wouldn’t be able to find her. To be brutally honest, there is something that doesn’t quite click when Mexicans give me directions. Granted, it doesn’t help that street signs are often absent, that derecho means straight, while derecha means right, and that people, most of them trying to be […]

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Tacos at El Greco

El Greco seemed a bit confused to us at first. Their signature plate is “pan arabe” with “doneraky”. That translates to the taco filling, al pastor in pita bread, and no offense to pita, but why bother when you can have tortillas with your taco? Still, we learned a valuable lesson: don’t judge a doneraky […]

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