mexican cuisine


V.19 No.26 | 7/1/2010
Convention turns deliciously on its head with green chile   adovada   and red chile chicken.
Sergio Salvador salvadorphoto.com

Restaurant Review

Rincon del Pollo

It’s got the chicken market cornered

The line between Mexican and New Mexican food has always been thin. Perhaps nowhere in Albuquerque is this border more porous than at Rincon del Pollo, on north Fourth Street near Alameda, where few of the menu items can be ordered without answering the New Mexico state question. But the owners, Rifiel and Ana Rivera, call their food Mexican.

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V.19 No.15 | 4/15/2010
Rule No. 1: When in Paris, do not attempt to eat anything labeled “Southwestern,” “Mexican” or “Tex-Mex.” Do get your snacks from a typical café/bistro, like the one pictured here.
Ari LeVaux

Have Fork, Will Travel

Le Nouveaux Mexique

A Duke City food critic in the land of milk and butter

An Albuquerquean foodie visiting Paris for the first time could find himself justifiably intimidated by the city’s fabled cuisine. If that’s you, I suggest you begin with a visit to one of the many restaurants in Paris that belong to the chain called “Indiana Café.”

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