Alibi V.19 No.6 • Feb 11-17, 2010 
From the word for mortar and pestle,   molcajete   is an entire meal served in a stone vessel.

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Q: A while ago you mentioned that you don't mind monosodium glutamate. Since I regard MSG to be nothing less than evil incarnate, please explain.

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From the word for mortar and pestle,   molcajete   is an entire meal served in a stone vessel.
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Restaurant Review

Antojitos Lupe

Just what you’re craving in Bernalillo

Antojo is Spanish for “craving”—one sense of the word actually specifies the craving of a pregnant woman. Antojitos, the diminutive plural form, would literally mean “little cravings,” but it actually means snacks or tapas that we eat to satisfy our little cravings. It’s ironic, then, how large the portions are at Bernalillo’s Antojitos Lupe.

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