Yeah, yeah. When Canada invades Texas, your workshop is the first one
I'll be looking to loot.
We don't have as many guns as you do, but we have a bumper crop of UFC
fighters that we can send your way. :)
I used to go to a computer conference in Florida in the winter
(naturally). One of the attendees was from Canada and always wanted to
go out for Mexican food. Said he couldn't get good Mexican food in
Canada. Being from California at the time, I pointed out he couldn't get
it in Florida either. Cuban yes, Mexican no :-).
Come to think of it, the best Mexican food I ever had was in Phoenix AZ.
This message was for rec.woodworking - if it appears in homeownershub
they ripped it off.
Exactly and Cuban is significantly different than Mexican.
I would imagine most any state that borders Mexico would be a better bet.
That said, most people think of Mexican food as the stuff that looks
like what Taco Bell serves. That is TexMex.
Authentic Mexican food is much more American in appearance, it is not
just tacos and enchiladas with the American ingredient. Many years ago
I learned the traditional Mexican enchilada is more likely to be stuffed
with vegetables, potatoes, etc, not necessarily ground beef and cheese.
And as Swingman and I can attest the Mexican food that you don't picture
in your mind is the stuff worth going after time and again.
Time for more El Panchito!
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