1. Why do Mexicans and Salvadorans Hate Each Other?

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    ¡Ask a Mexican! columnist Gustavo Arellano asks Mexicans to drop their rivalry with Salvadorans because it makes no sense whatsoever. Includes shoutouts to pupusas, of course...

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    • Las Cazuelas Restaurant & Pupuseria Video - Los Angeles, CA United States

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      Las Cazuelas Restaurant - Established in 1985. Back in 1985 the El Salvadoran population in Los Angeles was not nearly what it is today. In order for Las Cazuelas to survive it had to offer a variety of foods, that is why we have Mexican and El Salvadoran food. My family acquired the restaurant in 1990 and have been here since. We've seen the El Salvadoran community change and grow.Many of our customers drive some great lengths to enjoy our food because we remind them of their childhood when they would come for family dinners here at Las Cazuelas. We not only serve great food but we also serve nostalgia

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      • Belize & Tikal in 10 Days

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        10 days in Belize (minus the 22ish hours we spent in Tikal, Guatemala). July 2014. Filmed on GoPro Hero 3. Itinerary & Favorites: Days 1 - 3: Cayo District. Drove from the airport to the Cayo, and stopped at the Belize Zoo on the way. Stayed at Cool M Farms in Santa Elena (very close to San Ignacio). Went cave tubing and zip lining with Maximum Adventure Tours. Drove to Mountain Pine Ridge area to check out Gaia Riverlodge, Rio On Pools, and Rio Frio Cave. Visited the Saturday market in San Ignacio and ate pupusas. Explored a little bit of Spanish Lookout. Ate dinner and drank Belekins every night at Ko-Ox Han nah, also known as “Hannah’s.” Day 4: Tikal, Guatemala. Had a guided afternoon tour with a wonderfully into portals and aliens and the movie “Contact” guide arranged by Destiny Tours. Got to hold a tarantula as well as see it shoot acid poo, listened to another guide’s stories about seeing dolphins and other mysterious phenomena in the sky, saw coatis in the wild, and watched the sunset from a top a temple. Stayed at the Jaguar Inn overnight, and left for the beach in the morning. Days 5 - 10: San Pedro, Ambergris Caye. Stayed at Cocotal Inn & Cabanas about 2 miles north of town (serene zone away from the party). Enjoyed free use of their bikes and sea kayaks to fish, snorkel, and explore the island. Went snorkeling in Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley with Searious Adventures. Ate pupusas (again) at Papuseria, and the next day ate more pupusas and large quantities of lobster ceviche and lobster burrito at Waruguma across the street. Saw a raccoon in a coconut tree by our pool, as well as plenty of lizards, birds, fish, and other critters. Ate mangos and pineapple from the Greenhouse mart and bought sardines for fishing at Captain Sharks. Every night we watched the sunset in chairs on a dock with a couple Belekins.

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        • Three tacos and two pupusas

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          I love traveling. Although sometimes weird things happen to me… First Year Animation at Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Montreal.

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          • 1 Minute Meal: "One More Pupusa"

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            The Red Hook Food Vendors, a collection of street cooks who in 2007 fought and won to preserve their place of 30+years at the Red Hook Ball Fields, submitted their proposal for another six-year permit in July of 2013. Many fans of the legendary street vendors were anxious about the outcome of this new process, but Marcos Lainez of El Olomega emphatically stepped up to share a positive outlook on the future of his family's business--and the community it represents. http://elolomega.com http://redhookfoodvendors.com http://oneminutemealfilms.com

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            • pupusas en El Salvador

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              • pupusas du El Salvador

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                • Licuados & Sandwiches - Los Mejores, Licuados, Sandwiches y Jugos en El Salvador

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                  Licuados & Sandwiches ofrece los mejores y más deliciosos sandwiches en El Salvador. Posee un amplio menú que va desde pupusas hasta hamburguesas. http://www.licuadosysandwiches.com/

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                  • MY MIAMI: Bridge to Central American Cuisine

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                    A gastronomical tour around three not-so-famous Miami restaurants that offer traditional Central American food showed how top quality and service at reasonable prices attract and keep customers.

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                    • Will pupusas be the next tacos?

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                      Jose Gabriel Delcid claims he introduced pupusas to Arlington, Va. At the very least, his bustling corner market has – pardon us – cornered the market in sales of the Salvadoran staple. When Delcid first came to the United States from El Salvador in 1978, hardly anyone knew what a pupusa was. Today, the luscious cornmeal pockets filled with cheese or beans or meat can be found in family restaurants and on hip-happening food trucks from Orlando, Fla., to Portland, Ore. And though pupusas are not yet mainstream, they could very well go the way of the taco. Much like Delcid’s pupusas, Mexican food started life in America with homemade items such as tortillas, tamales and tacos in places with large Mexican populations, such as California. In the 1960s, Nordic Ware – famous for inventing the Bundt pan – created a Mexican food-making kit complete with a tortilla press, a taco fryer mold and a cookbook (read all about it in the Smithsonian exhibition, “Food”). Tacos, which may have been invented in the 18th century by Mexican silver miners, according to Jeffrey Pilcher, author of Planet Taco: A Global History of Mexican Food (Oxford University Press), went mainstream when they were mass-marketed by Taco Bell. The word “pupusas” may not have that fast-food ring – Pupusa Bell? Pupusa King? -- but like tacos, they are portable and filling, with a big dose of comfort that comes from the fat and the dough. For now, we have Delcid and other homestyle cooks like him. Delcid opened La Union Grocery in February 1993, naming the store for his home state of La Union. The small store sells fresh and packaged items, including frozen chocolate-coated bananas that Delcid dips himself, and has a deli area where staff prepare pupusas, tamales, enchiladas, soups and more. Delcid is a gregarious shopkeeper, generous with his time and information. But he won’t share a pupusa recipe: “What, you want to put me out of business?” For a recipe, go to www.AmericanFoodRoots.com

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