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Taco Bell Is Officially America's Favorite 'Mexican' Restaurant LMAO

We also worship at the altar of Fire Sauce but, uh, come on guys.
Jelisa Castrodale
5.10.18
cake
cake

Feast Your Eyes on These Edible Gelatin Babies

Yoly Navarro makes the intricate desserts from her family's home in Guadalajara.
Anna Marks
4.4.18
Mexican Food
Mexican Food

A Punk Musician from Ciudad Juárez Is Redefining Vegan Mexican Food

“I think of this business as a bridge for people to relate to the same things they grew up eating, but without the meat."
Gabriel A. Solis
3.27.18
Mexican Food
Mexican Food

Rosio Sánchez Is Playing the Long Game

The Mexican-American chef knows that teaching Copenhagen cooks and diners about Mexican cuisine is going to take patience. A lot of it.
Danielle Wayda
3.8.18
Recipe
Recipe

Avocado Tostada

Avocado tostada > Avocado Toast
Tacombi
3.2.18
Make this
Make this

11 Ways to Upgrade Your Taco Night

Every day is a good day for tacos.
Munchies Staff
2.22.18
Fast Food
Fast Food

Massive Candlelight Vigil Held for Burned-Down Taco Bell in Alabama

More than 100 people gathered to spread hope that the Montgomery, Alabama Taco Bell might live mas once more.
Jelisa Castrodale
1.22.18
Los Angeles
Los Angeles

This Punk Rock Cholo Doesn't Care What You Think About His Mexican-North African Food

Mario Christerna's story is an important one that tells the tale of people who found their way out of the barrios and into food. He's a hell of a cook, too.
Javier Cabral
1.21.18
Mexican Food
Mexican Food

The Key to Cal-Mex Home Cooking Is a 100-Year-Old Hot Sauce

The West Coast love for El Pato is impossible to miss, so why doesn’t the sauce have a bigger audience?
Tyler Watamanuk
1.5.18
Mexican Food
Mexican Food

How-To: Make Tamales with Wes Avila

Not all of us are lucky enough to live near a great Mexican restaurant, so we enlisted the help of Guerrilla Tacos owner Wesley Avila to show us how to make top-notch tamales at home.
Wesley Avila
12.28.17
Mexican Food
Mexican Food

People Have Been Lining Up to Eat Chicago's Best Carnitas for Over 40 Years

Inocencio Carbajal opened Carnitas Uruapan in Chicago’s Pilsen neighbourhood in 1975. “This area was full of gangs,” he remembers. “It was dangerous. There were fights outside and no one came in. When I started, I might have made four dollars in a day."
Johanna Derry
12.21.17
mexico city
mexico city

'La Güera' Cures Mexico City's Worst Hangovers with Her Chilaquiles Sandwiches

“We serve artists, we serve politicians, we serve professionals,” La Guera says. “From the highest classes to the lowest. And we treat everyone just the same.”
Lauren Rothman
12.15.17