Mexican Cantina [NOOK Book]

Overview

"Mexican Cantina" contains country statistics, Mexican food history, common dishes, family customs, celebrations and holidays, information about herbs & spices, salsas, tamales, tequila, tortillas, variations of the taco, authentic Mexican recipes, useful words and phrases, and resources for further study. Snippets from the Food Fare articles and e-books "Avocados," "Christmas Noel," "Halloween Cuisine" and "Tamales" also appear in "Mexican Cantina."

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Overview

"Mexican Cantina" contains country statistics, Mexican food history, common dishes, family customs, celebrations and holidays, information about herbs & spices, salsas, tamales, tequila, tortillas, variations of the taco, authentic Mexican recipes, useful words and phrases, and resources for further study. Snippets from the Food Fare articles and e-books "Avocados," "Christmas Noel," "Halloween Cuisine" and "Tamales" also appear in "Mexican Cantina."

"Mexican Cantina" is Book #12 in Food Fare's Culinary Collection. Recipes in "Mexican Cantina" are also freely available at the Food Fare web site.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013618701
  • Publisher: Food Fare
  • Publication date: 8/25/2013
  • Series: Food Fare Culinary Collection , #12
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 510,411
  • File size: 388 KB

Meet the Author

Food Fare features recipes from a variety of countries and cultures around the world. The site also contains a collection of personal recipes, many of them "comfort foods" inherited through the generations, as well as titles in the exclusive Culinary Collection. Food Fare is also home to the Ambrosia Cookbook, Community Garden Cookbook, Food Fare Cookbook, Furry Friends Cookbook, Recipes-on-a-Budget Cookbook and the Larkin Community Cookbook.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2014

    Emile

    Hi I am doing the review for this here rather than at my review corner because I am waiting for people to see the other reviews. Well,i like it so far, and I have never read a crossover story before. It is pretty good, although I would definitely do a little description outside of the dialogue here and there. I can tell you are trying to give the story a certain feel by only using dialogue, it just needs something with it outside of the bantering to fit the literary criteria. Otherwise, it is a great start. Three stars, which for me is good. That to me means it is a good story with work ahead of you. :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2013

    Zack

    Really good !

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2013

    Intresting

    Intresting. Please reduce cussing, though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2013

    Johan

    An MLP, TMNT, Johny Test cross over? This should be interesting...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2013

    Mad_World Reveiw ~ TO ALL

    Pretty good but not my type. I, personally, like mystery and action. But this book is good! Good work
    <p> TO ALL- plz read my story at 'the other side' res 1-3! Thx!
    <p> ~Mad_World

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2013

    Great!

    /) *brohoof* Keep going! Except for the cursing... :#

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2013

    Ha!

    Johnny Test, Dukey, and his sisters along with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and My Little Pony?! This should be good! Keep going!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2013

    Lol

    Ponies!!!!!!!!!!!!! Continue!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2013

    Operation: Crossover-Prologue

    "Thank you again, Agent Mantis, for volunteering to lead a team."<b>"Yeah, pi<_>ss off. You only say kissup stuff like that right before bad news. What's going on?"<p>"How very...perceptive of you. You've been picked last for drafting."<br>"WHAAAT!!!??? I'm the best agent here!! How the fu<_>ck do you explain an agent like Agent Candy getting the cream of the crop, and me getting the bottom of the barrel??"<br>"You knew about Agent Candy getting first pick?"<br>"For pete's sake, Major Pinehill. She's been bragging about it for, like, two weeks."<br>"Oh. Well, even though Agent Candy isn't particularly skilled-"<br>"You mean she's the ultimate klutz."<br>"As I was saying, the draft for team choices is done entirely at random. Besides, you had some free picks for experienced fighters."<br>"Go fu<_>ck yourself. Who are my choices?"<br>"Well, first off, since the majority of your choices are non-human, your team will be a special ops team."<br>"I hated Reconisance duties anyway."<br>"Yes, Agent Mantis, you always were a fighter. Now, here are your choices."<br>"..."<br>"Well? What do you think?"<br>"Are those...horses?"<br>"Ponies, to be exact."<br>"Fu<_>ck my life."<br>"Enough cursing. What are your picks."<p>"Oh, God. Give me the ponies. All six of em. And those weird turtle guys. At least they have fighting experience. Ummm...I'll take the super-genius sisters, too."<br>"Agent Mantis, that's a package deal. You also have to take their brother and his talking dog."<br>"Gah. Fine. And I also want...hmm...gimmie the spinning top guy."<br>"Beyblade."<br>"Whatever. And don't prolong the agony, either. Get them here fast."<p>((Well, the crazy, mixed up crossover has begun!! I hope this goes okay. Comment!))

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