Menudo is a Mexican soup, an enticing bowl of hominy and tripe (beef stomach) made with either red or white broth. It's a well-known hangover cure. But don't save it just to bring you back to normal; it can be enjoyed when the temperature's lower or you just want a bowl of something to fill you up ... More >>
Tacos, like sandwiches and burgers, come in so many delectable variations that it's hard to commit to just one. Especially when these traditional, wallet-friendly Mexican snacks can be found in a multitude of restaurants and stands throughout the Valley. Here, for now, are 10 of our favorites. If y ... More >>
Perhaps one of the nicest things about Mexican chilaquiles is that you don't need a special occasion to eat them. As in homes throughout Mexico, this traditional Mexican dish and forerunner of modern nachos is served up for breakfast or brunch somewhere in the Valley every day. Simple, versatile, ... More >>
For this week's Cafe Review, New Times Food Critic Laura Hahnefeld explored the flavors of southern Mexico without having to leave Phoenix. Hahnefeld ventured to Jose Garcia's, La Barquita (the little boat) and found an authentic restaurant that is a true homage to Mexican cooking.