Mexican inspired and absolutely delicious

Meatloaf always seems to be on family meal rotations on TV shows. A busy household with a chalkboard in the kitchen that has the week’s menu of roast chicken on Sunday, meatloaf on a Monday and so on. My own kids have also picked up on this and were recently lamenting the fact that we don’t ever eat meatloaf, while simultaneously asking what exactly is meatloaf? So I promised them I’d make it soon.

For every recipe I write, I do so much research into different variations, stories, articles and traditional methods of cooking. This is all before I even

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Team behind San Antonio’s best Mexican restaurant Mixtli closes Kumo near Olmos Park

In an Instagram post that reads like a bittersweet Valentine to a boxcar, chef Diego Galicia announced the closing of Kumo, the Mexican small-plates experiment he launched with fellow chef Rico Torres in November in the former railcar home of their groundbreaking progressive Mexican restaurant Mixtli near Olmos Park.

“This train car was incredibly generous to me,” Galicia wrote late Wednesday night. “It gave me more than I could have ever asked for. Ever dreamt of. Tonight was the last ride. I will never cook there again.”

It was in that train car, with room for just 12 guests at

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Spicy Cup Cafe in Columbus serves up top-rate Mexican dishes, pastries

G.A. Benton

When you read the words “Spicy Cup Cafe,” what sort of businesses spring to mind? Unless you’re already familiar with the place, I’d wager that “bakery” and “short-order Mexican eatery” don’t make the top of your list. 

But Spicy Cup Cafe should be on the top of your list if you’re looking for a scratch-cooking spot offering bargains on lovely Mexican-style pastries — such as the best churros in Columbus — as well as first-rate tamales and excellent breakfast sandwiches assembled with wonderful house-baked rolls.

I should alert you to a potential catch: When visiting this roomy and

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La Birria Brings Mexican Cuisine To Hawaii With Popular Food Truck

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Honolulu (KHON2) – La Birria Mexican Food Truck is bringing the flavors of Mexico to Hawaii with popular dishes. 

Chef Arturo is spicing things up in the islands with his unique food truck inspired by his hometown of Mexico, a new business venture he feels the people of Hawaii will appreciate. 

“I’m from Mexico, and when I came to Hawai’i my friend at the time asked me what kind of career I was going to get into since moving to the islands. After

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Exceptional Mexican baked goods runneth over at Spicy Cup Cafe

G.A. Benton

When you read the words “Spicy Cup Cafe,” what sort of businesses spring to mind? Unless you’re already familiar with the place, I’d wager that “bakery” and “short-order Mexican eatery” don’t make the top of your list.  

But Spicy Cup Cafe should be on the top of your list if you’re looking for a scratch-cooking spot offering bargains on lovely Mexican-style pastries — such as the best churros in Columbus — as well as first-rate tamales and excellent breakfast sandwiches assembled with wonderful house-baked rolls.

I should alert you to a potential catch: When visiting this roomy and

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Let’s Taco ‘Bout Lupita’s Authentic, Delicious State College Mexican Food

State College isn’t exactly known for being a Mexican food hub. But, Lupitas is a lesser-known authentic Mexican restaurant that is dangerously delicious.

Lupita’s can be easy to miss. It’s a small yet colorful storefront tucked in the corner of the Unimart off of West College Ave. and Whitehall Road, but it’s not the restaurant you want to be missing out on.


Lupita’s has been serving up authentic Mexican food in Happy Valley since 2019 thanks to owners Maria Guadalupe Rojas Orozco and Emilio Lopez Ramirez. It offers tacos with homemade corn tortillas, tostadas, tamales, quesadillas, and much, much more.

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