Ask any Mexican where can you find some good tacos and you just earned a free 15 minute lecture—rant—on tacos. It seems impossible that two individuals agree on the subject.
Arracheras—beef fajitas —are very popular all over Mexico but notwithstanding how easy they are to prepare, most people in central and south Mexico prefer the restaurant versions.
Quick, healthy and easy describes this dish very well. The green fresh salsa with avocado is recommended.
This dark red salsa must have been invented for Carnitas. Even though is made with Tomatillos, the dark red result is due to the smoked chiles in it. It goes well also with all types of food.
Michoacán is said to be the State in Mexico where “Carnitas” are the best, but Quiroga is the city where people make special trips to enjoy this simple but addictive dish.
Pumpkin spice does have its time and place; neither of which are in my dinner or anywhere near my tortilla chips. At least, that’s what I thought until I ate Mrs Renfro’s Pumpkin Salsa.
Pumpkin Salsa is one of those items that’s so specialized it’s challenging to come up with new things to make with it. It goes with pork, though, and since I’m turning some smoked pulled swine into taquitos, making this as a fall holiday appetizer was a good idea.