"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.
|Series:||Food Fare Culinary Collection , #12|
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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. :)
Really good !
Intresting. Please reduce cussing, though.
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