I live two blocks away from a small Supermercado. Aside from everything shown costing less than $20, I love meeting the employees from all over Mexico and Central America. They’re always eager to offer cooking tips and recipes, and seem genuinely interested in what I’m making. Aside from learning the secrets of proper Texas BBQ and Breakfast Tacos in my time here, I’ve learned how to communicate with a group of people through food, and now a little bit of Spanish #foodasasecondlanguage

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Author: ChefMcKenna

Food as a Second Language

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