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Chilaquiles in the Mission District

Chilaquiles in the Mission District

| November 17, 2009 | 1 Comment

Sometimes, the homiest dishes — foods without pretense or artifice — are most revealing about the cultures from which they spring, and inspire the most debate amongst their devotees. However, from countless regional Mexican renditions — like white sauces in Sinaloa and Guadalajara’s polenta-like cazuela cook-downs — to American adaptations that echo Tex-Mex migas, all chilaquiles aim to soothe — regardless of a particular variation’s provenance and claims to authenticity.

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Chilaquiles: A Cure for the End-of-Times Hangover.

Chilaquiles: A Cure for the End-of-Times Hangover.

| September 11, 2009 | 2 Comments

Are you as tired of hearing about the End-of-Times as I am? If one is to believe all the hullabaloo, we humans have slightly more than 3 years to live until catastrophe strikes.

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