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Tony3364394 Tony3364394 3 years
Seriously one of the strangest interpretations and exaggerations of the cuisines. First of all, all the cheese and cream and crap used in "Mexican food" is a product of the US and not Mexico itself. Mexican food is one of the healthiest, self contained cuisines in the world. This is crazy.
Nancye3212175 Nancye3212175 3 years
I love all 'Ethnic' type foods, and being a constant world traveller; \u00a0I love the fact that the meal is of Mexican culture, it might not be the real thing, but for me it is an inspiration, an insight to the types of food eaten in that particular country, which in turn has been a positive for myself, \u00a0I am now thinking of visiting Mexico for this very reason, so, a negative can become a positive, e.g. Tourism for Mexico. \u00a0We do need to know where the recipe initiated from! \u00a0I suppose one could say, the place where Cisco Kid serial was filmed, or 'that place' where they eat lots of beans and chilli spices! \u00a0Sounds\u00a0ridiculous\u00a0doesn't it? For goodness sake, it's Mexican food. \u00a0Cooking is\u00a0cultural\u00a0adventure. It makes common sense to introduce a recipe from the country the recipe originated from e.g. Brazil, Spain, Australia, Mexico\u00a0where-ever.\u00a0 Please let's get off the Multi-ethnic situation, it is not an insult; it's about cuisine from different parts of the world! "Viva M\u00e9xico" here I come."
Gado-Gado-Gal Gado-Gado-Gal 3 years
Yes, I suggest you change the title of this to "Mexican-Inspired" recipes, and drop the Ol\u00e9. As a Multi-ethnic country we all should know better than this. It detracts from otherwise interesting recipes.
diesdre diesdre 3 years
"Ol\u00e9" is an Spanish expression and it has nothing to do with M\u00e9xico or Mexican culture. Please, double-check your references.
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 3 years
YUM!  That Mexican chicken stew looks incredible.
ArtsyArchitette ArtsyArchitette 3 years
I absolutely understand the concept and motivation for these recipes, but being from San Antonio - this just makes me sad. If you're going to do Mexican - indulge in the real thing. 
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