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October 21, 2012

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Cassandra@japanesedishes

Strictly speaking, there is Tex-Mex food, as you have described it, which is what some people are thinking of when they say they like Mexican food.

I think that anyone who really likes Tex-Mex food will appreciate Mexican dishes. I would certainly like to visit Mexico and enjoy some of those dishes firsthand.

Cecilia

Thanks for sharing. I do love Mexican food, but I haven't been there to try the real thing yet. I have been looking for some travel recommendations for a trip I am trying to plan for next summer and I think Mexico may be a good idea! Thanks for sharing.

Pau

Love the article, Mexican food it's definitely more then just burritos. I recently move to San Carlos, to work in this beautiful resort Playa Blanca http://www.playablancasancarlos.com.mx , and I've been learning so many things about Mexican food and culture. I hope you give yourself a chance and come visit sometime. Happy to help you.

Thanks for shearing.

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Hello, I'm another visitor who discovered your site by searching for craving food... I'm intrigued and delighted with what I've seen so far!

Ellen

I want to write about food a whole lot more than I allow myself to do here. I try to remember this is a travel blog, not a food blog!

Blanca G. Delao

It is true. Some Mexican foods are Aztec and Mayan in origin so it is not entirely Mexican. South America has a diverse range of cross-cultures.

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