Real Authentic Mexican Food in Fort Worth, Texas

Taco Tuesday Forth Worth Texas

How Did Taco Tuesday Start?

The Origins of taco tuesday At Benito’s, and plenty of other Mexican restaurants, Tuesdays have come to be known as Taco Tuesday. Although Mexican restaurants typically have tacos available to order, Tuesday is surely the day that brings in all of the taco lovers. Their favorite Mexican style food at a discounted price makes for a perfect meal. Everyone may …


Kid-Friendly Mexican Dishes

At Benito’s Mexican Restaurant we offer a range of kid-friendly Mexican dishes with our top 3 listed below. Chicken Fajitas The children will have the interactive experience of filling and wrapping up and making their own food with our tasty and healthy ingredients such as guacamole, salsa and chicken which can also include chili peppers to spice things up a …


Flan, Mexican Food Dessert

A MEXICAN STORY ABOUT FLAN One of the most popular Mexican desserts is flan and with good reason. There is a very long and interesting story behind this delicious dessert, which will explain how it became one of the traditional desserts in Mexico. THE FLAN’S HUMBLE BEGINNINGS Historically, the flan has been traced to the times of the Roman Empire, …


Health Benefits of the Avocado

The use of the avocado can be widely seen throughout many different types of cuisines – including, not surprisingly, authentic Mexican recipes! Many fans of Mexican dishes love the taste of guacamole, or slices of avocado on top of salads or ceviche – but did you know that in addition to being delicious, avocados contain a lot of health benefits? …


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Myth of the Tequila Worm

You always hear the legend of the tequila worm that’s lurking at the bottom of the bottle; right? Nope… Its just that — a legend. You won’t find a worm at the bottom of a tequila bottle! Phew! Finding a worm means looking through the bottom of a cheap bottle of mezcal. So what’s the difference, you may ponder? Tequila …


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The Dawn Of Corn

Humans cultivated and developed corn as we know it today. It’s a plant that doesn’t exist naturally in the wild. It’s only survival is the plantation, cultivation and protection by humans. Corn was developed approximately 7000 years ago by people living in central Mexico. Its origins came from a wild grass called teosinte which looked did not look like our …