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Oaxacan tlayudas in San Miguel. The secret is out.

They’re a tradition almost everywhere in the central valley of Oaxaca. Grabbing one on the way home from work. Maybe eating it standing up. Most often eating it with your hands. Calle Libres, one of the main drags in the state capital, is lined with restaurants that...

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Another San Miguel sandwich enters the hall of fame.

I can hear them now. In their drawlin’ Nawlins twang. “That ain’t no po’ boy. Po’ boys ain’t got no bean sprouts. Po’ boys ain’t got no arugula.” And I must admit. I’m a bit of a purist too when it comes to food traditions. But when a sandwich is this good, I figure...

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New Zumo chef shows off his Mexicasian menu.

It was gambling that paid for my dinner last week. At Ghouls For Schools, the Hallowe’en benefit for the charity Feed The Hungry, there was a raffle. And guess whose number they pulled for dinner for two at Zumo? I’d really wanted to return to Zumo. They had made some...

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Gramona. Champagne tastes at Cava prices.

For many years, Don Day’s Wife and I have spent a couple of weeks of the late Summer in France. The regions of the country we’ve visited have varied but the central theme never has. Food. And wine. And more food. And more wine. One year, when we went to The Loire...

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Born to be wild about this burger.

Get your motor runnin’ Head out on the highway Lookin’ for adventure And whatever comes our way Do you know what Don Day’s Wife did when I met her? She was one of three sizzlingly hot-looking women, dressed in the tightest of bustières and highest of...

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