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A Tale of Two Enchiladas

Borunda’s Bar & Grill in Marfa, TX I was in Marfa, that West Texas town where Austin hipsters go to retire and the East Coast jet-set-art-set fly their private planes in for cocktail parties in rundown adobe houses. I pulled … Continue reading

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A Taxonomy of Tex-Mex

Larry’s Original Mexican Restaurant in Richmond, Texas One of the grand and admirable ambitions of the new El Real Tex-Mex Cafe is to promote the cuisine known as Tex-Mex. For most Houstonians and Texans in general, going out for “Mexican … Continue reading

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Photo Gallery: 2011 Miscellaneous Food

Miscellaneous food photos from the first quarter of 2011. Click on individual photos to see a larger version. [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157626707547794″]

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Chapultepec Lupita: No flan for you!

Chapultepec Lupita serves up great margaritas, great salsa, great food and great atmosphere. Just don’t ask for any dessert. Tex-mex restaurants are to Houston what Ray’s Pizzerias are to NYC–seems like there’s one on every corner. So how does the … Continue reading

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