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Memphis-style barbecue without borders
By Ari LeVaux
Barbecue is supposed to be served on paper plates, washed down with Kool-Aid or Coke, and found in restaurants dingy enough to prove their authenticity yet clean enough that you don’t fear for your health.
By Maren Tarro
The Great Mex-Vex
It’s time to stop branding every tortilla-based dish created as “Mexican” and show a little respect. Much of what we’re served in stateside Mexican restaurants would hardly be recognized in Mexico. Foods do cross over international borders and state lines, and truly “authentic” cuisine is difficult to define anymore, but c’mon. There’s no reason to lump together distinct culinary traditions like Mexican, New Mexican, Tex-Mex and Cal-Mex.
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Spanish Cooking Classes: Summer Recipes at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Cook typical dishes from Spain using fresh local ingredients from New Mexico. Bring a cutting board and kitchen knife. The class is taught in Spanish and translated into English.
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