Culinaria 2014 took a trip south of the border, with interior Mexican flavors from El Machito, Paloma Blanca, Z’Tejas and more.
Lindsey headed down to the 2014 Culinaria Food Truck Event this past Thursday. Check out some of her favorite finds!
The Selfie Fiesta Remix is catchy and captures both the joie de vivre and frustrations of Fiesta. I’ll tell you about it in a minute, but first, let me eat a taco.
Even though not in their namesake, the Original Doughnut Shop on the Westside has some of the best breakfast tacos around.
I started a vacation through the Land of Enchantment by first landing in El Paso, TX where I had to try Chico’s Tacos on the suggestion of several SA Flavor Facebook fans!
While you can certainly order traditional Tex-Mex plates an entrees, don’t leave Erick’s Tacos without having at least one of their delicious street tacos.
Life long Mexican food fan Average Joe in San Antonio reviews the latest book by the ¡Ask a Mexican! columnist called Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America.
The food at Urban Taco shows that the trendy looking restaurant is not flash in the pan (even though you do have to pay for chips and salsa).
Chef Johnny Hernandez opens one of the first restaurants at the Pearl serving small plates of interior Mexican street food.
As you traverse your way through the Lone Star state, you will find many different ways of describing the flour tortilla filled with eggs that is consumed in the morning. So is it a taco or burrito? (or a mariachi?)