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Celebrating Dia de Muertos with These Dishes from Mexican Restaurants - Like Cinco de Mayo, Mexico's Day of the Dead, or Dia de Muertos, is a holiday that is becoming increasingly popular in the United States. Some people might associate it with Halloween because it falls on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 and is also concerned with spirits of the dead, but the Day of the Dead is a very different sort of holiday. - #mexicanrestaurant #AlejRest

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How to Make Healthy Choices When Eating at a Great Mexican Restaurant - When you think about Mexican food, you might think of food that is delicious but heavy. However, not all Mexican food is fried or covered in cheese. - #mexicanrestaurant #AlejRest

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The Aztec Influence in Authentic Foods from Great Mexican Restaurants - The Aztec culture that flourished in Mexico during the 14th to 16th century left many fascinating relics behind such as its pyramids and artwork, but many people do not realize that its food also survives today in the Mexican food that we enjoy. - #mexicanrestaurant #AlejRest

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Mexican Restaurants Share The Variety and History of the Tasty Tamales - If you eat Mexican food, you’re probably familiar with tamales, but you might not know just how versatile this dish can be. You also may not know that tamales are considered a festive food and are often prepared for holidays and other special occasions. Sometimes, entire families will work together to make a batch of tamales in a gathering called a tamalada for an important event. #MexicanRestaurant #AlejRest

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Sweet Tooth: Mexican Restaurants Share the Origin of Mexican Chocolate - What best way to satisfy your sweet tooth than a generous serving of chocolate? Everyone knows that Mexican cuisines are excellent choices to serve at dinner parties, bachelor parties and more celebrations. The dishes are made with lots of color and the richness of vitamins and minerals. #MexicanRestaurant #AlejRest

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Puerco or Cochinita: Mexican Restaurants Share Tricks on Pibil Cooking - You may have seen dishes with pibil in the name, but you might not know what pibil refers to. Pibil means buried underground and is a traditional method of cooking that involves wrapping meat in banana leaves and burying it in a fire pit for several hours. While it is likely that your local restaurant is probably not burying your food underground, wrapping food, either in banana leaves or some other material, and slow cooking it for hours uses the same principles. #MexicanRestaurant #AlejRest

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