Real Authentic Mexican Food in Fort Worth, Texas

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How Different Is Mexican Food in America

It’s easy to fall in love with Mexican food. The fresh, flavorful ingredients offer an exciting cuisine. With the touch of spice, Mexican food is easily a popular favorite for many. However, Mexican food involves more than just tacos and salsa.  In this blog post, we’ll delve into the differences between authentic Mexican food and Mexican food in America. Traditional …


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Traditional Mexican Dishes this Easter

Easter in Mexico is a fun and festive celebration, with plenty of traditional dishes served at the table. Easter celebrations span two weeks beginning with Semana Santa or The Holy Week. The festivities culminate with Pascua, which starts on Easter Sunday and will end the following Saturday. Traditional Mexican food around Easter time usually won’t contain meat, following religious Lenten …


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Kid-Friendly Mexican Dishes at Benito’s Mexican Restaurant

Have you introduced your kids to Mexican food? If you haven’t, now is the time! It’s always a good idea to introduce your kids to international food so they can appreciate the different flavors of different cultural cuisines. This being the first experience for your kids, you’ll want nothing but the best.  And that’s exactly what you get at Benito’s Mexican …


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What is authentic Mexican cuisine?

These days it’s easy for anyone to call themselves an “authentic” Mexican restaurant without being the real deal. Branding is a powerful tool after all. However, this does mean that if you wish to enjoy truly authentic Mexican cuisine, you have to be able to tell it apart from all of the fakes out there that don’t know a wheat …


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What makes Mexican Food Popular

Cuisines form a fundamental pillar in Latin American culture. Particularly in Mexico, her sumptuous cuisines have become a global figure, and Mexican chefs are regarded as one of the best worldwide in that field. Mexican food is not exactly rocket science to prepare, but, believe me, you can acquire all the necessary ingredients to prepare the dish, but still, the …


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What Makes Mexican Food Mexican?

Mexican dish is a unique combination of indigenous Mexican cuisines and Spanish. The several ingredients in it make it stand out among other foods around the world. UNESCO has recognized it as an intangible cultural heritage contribution towards humanity. The traditional Mexican cuisine is more than authentic spices and dishes. It is a vibrant, lovingly served cultural heritage. The handcrafted …


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Expats in San Miguel de Allende

As a popular holiday destination, Mexico attracts thousands of visitors each year from around the world. Well, before a certain pandemic that is. Generally, people flock to the hot-spot tourist destinations like Mexico City, Cancún, and Cabo San Lucas. But, let’s not forget, while these popular spots are beautiful, there are many secluded gems scattered throughout the country. These secluded …


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Beyond Tequila: Alternative Agave Spirits To Know

Tequila has a bit of a bad reputation. Most popularly drunk at parties and taken as shots, the drink is often said to lead to destructive behavior. However, the tequila industry is working hard to shake off this perception and portray this alcohol as one of the more refined spirits to be enjoyed by connoisseurs too. We’ve recently seen brands …


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Traditional Christmas Foods From Mexico

The Christmas season isn’t very different in Mexico. It’s also about family, food, and a lot of celebrations. The Mexican people take traditional Christmas foods very seriously and celebrating Christmas is almost a month-long affair in Mexico. Starting with the festivities on December 16, for Posada (when Mary and Joseph searched for a room) and ending on January 6, King’s …


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The History of Mexican Beer

Have you ever wondered who made beer first, Mexico or the United States? Or how the different Mexican styles of beer – from dark and malty to Corona’s light and fizzy came to be? Mexico’s beer roots are much deeper than you may think. Long before the Spanish conquest, fermented beverages were being made from corn, agave, and even cocoa …