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Mitla Cafe - The Taco Bell Story
E-mail from Dad dated May 3, 2012 The corner of North Sixth and Mount Vernon Streets in San Bernardino is the cradle of the fast-food taco, reports Julia Moskin in the New York Times (5/2/12). There sits the Mitla Cafe, which opened in 1937 and still serves “tacos dorados con carne molida, ‘golden’ tortillas fried to order and folded around a spicy compressed wedge of ground...
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I’m finding this useful website a good resource as I plan my baseball trips.
E-mail from Dad dated April 17, 2012 Sam Kopper is bringing back the Rock of Boston from an “electric green school bus” parked outside his home, reports Elizabeth Jensen in the New York Times (4/16/12). It’s a safe distance from Sam’s heyday as program director and on-air personality at free-form rock radio station WBCN-FM, a favorite of college students, among others,...
Hold The Relish
E-mail from Dad, dated April 11, 2012: RELISH THAT Sweet pickle relish is kind of like “the Pittsburgh Pirates of condiments,” writes Steven Kurutz in the New York Times (4/4/12). What he means is that, unlike ketchup and mustard, “relish is like a small-market team that is overlooked and always out of contention.” An executive of B&G , a big condiment maker in New...
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