An Old-Fashioned School Lunch

An Old-Fashioned School Lunch

In Mexico, "el lonch"  is a term taken directly from the English word "lunch", but, at least in my day, it generally applied only to a packed meal eaten at school; a late-morning meal would otherwise be called almuerzo.  The standard lonch back then, was a torta de jamón, the Mexican version of the ubiquitous ham sandwich, prepared with a crusty bun called telera; I preferred grilled cheese, and my all-time favourite was scrambled eggs with poblano pepper strips ... click on title for more

Guajolotitos – My take on a Classic Sandwich

Guajolotitos – My take on a Classic Sandwich

When I was reviewing recipes and stories for my pambazo sandwich post, I came across a version called Guajolote (a Mexican colloquial name for turkey; the bird, not the country). There are slightly different versions, mostly from the Mexican states of Querétaro, and its neighbour, Hidalgo ...  Click on image for more