Posts Tagged ‘margarita’

This History of Tequila

Where did tequila come from?

If your immediate answer to that question is “Mexico,” then you’re correct. However, for many Tex-Mex connoisseurs, that single-word response is the extent of our knowledge about tequila’s origins. This drink, which can be enjoyed in shot form or as an ingredient in a variety of different cocktails, has a surprisingly rich backstory. Here’s the super-short version: Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Twists on Margaritas

Is there any beverage that screams Tex-Mex louder than a margarita? Whether your preference is frozen or on the rocks, salt or no salt, by the glass or by the pitcher, there’s just something about a margarita that makes great food taste even better. But just because traditional margaritas are delectable doesn’t mean that they can’t be improved upon, and even the most devout margarita drinkers may want to “mix things up” every once in a while. Here are some ideas to try the next time you (and your friends and/or family) are planning to eat Tex-Mex food: Read the rest of this entry »

Why Our World Would End If Tex-Mex Disappeared

What would happen if you woke up tomorrow morning to find that all Tex-Mex food on Earth had inexplicably disappeared? Read the rest of this entry »

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