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Rick Bayless (the God of good Mexican Food) recipe for genuine old-fashioned refried beans or FRITOS REFRITOS! Made even better with bacon or chorizo drippings! Yeah!!


Mexican Horchata ~ Delicious Rice & Cinnamon Drink


Shredded Beef Wet Burritos Hacienda-Style

There is a fantastic Mexican restaurant nearby where I used to live in Indiana called the "Hacienda", and they are FAMOUS for their "wet burritos". (Which basically means they are SMOTHERED in cheese!!!! LOL!!) They are WONDERFUL!! Here is my very own homemade version of them! (These are big, but that's the way they serve them at the restaurant.) Don't let the lengthy directions fool you!! They are EASY to make!! Hope you try them! :) *You can also make these with ground beef, shredded…


Grilled Mexican Corn on the Cob Recipe! {such as a delicious addition to your summer grilling recipes!}


50 Things You Need to Eat in San Francisco Before You Die

50 Things You Need to Eat in San Francisco Before You DieFrito pie Chile Pies (address and info) The Panhandle This New Mexico-style junk food hack is served in a split Fritos bag with (or, for vegetarians, without) ground beef and pinto beans, and is dressed with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, New Mexican red chiles, and sour cream. It’s some tasty white-trash business, to be sure, and you need to slum it.


Creating a Día de los Muertos Altar

November 1st and 2nd is Día de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead), a Mexican holiday that is celebrated all over the world, especially where people from Mexico have settled. Here in San Francisco it's a huge celebration, complete with a wild, candle-lit parade through the Mission district ending in an altar exhibit in a nearby park. Since the holiday is primarily about nourishing and celebrating our deceased loved ones, there are a lot of food and food related crafts associated with the…