Some articles on mexican, food, foods, mexican food:
... In Mexican Spanish, the fast food prepared on the streets and market stalls are called “antojitos” (literally ... Street foods are easiest to find in the early morning and then evening and into late into the night ... The majority of this food is based on corn products ...
... asada fries, San Francisco burrito, and Mexican cuisine Because of California's colonial Spanish roots, Mexican territorial history, and its original population consisting of Meso-Americans, Spanish ... Commercial, quick "taco shop-style" Mexican fast-food, consisting of offerings such as burritos, refried beans, tortas, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and carne asada fries is widely popular ... Traditional Mexican food, while not as common as commercial food, is still widely prepared and abundant in the ethnic Mexican American border communities of San Diego ...
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