America’s neighbor to the South is known all over the world for creating earthy, delicious, spicy food. Mexican cuisine has become a local favorite no matter which state you live in, but how hot you take it is up to you.
For your culinary journey South of the border, start with the basics. A plate of cheesy nachos dressed with sour cream is the perfect start to any meal. Next try a burrito stuffed with seasoned rice, pinto beans, and a garden full of freshly-grilled vegetables. That intoxicating smell of richly-seasoned chicken and beef coming off the grill is calling your name.
Add salsa to spice up your meal anywhere from mild to you-gotta-be-kidding levels of spiciness. Throw in a couple of jalapeños for bonus points. But make sure you have an ice cold Coca-Cola® standing by, because this could be intense. You see, roller coaster riders aren’t the only daredevils.
Macho Nacho1904 World's Fair
Burritos, quesadillas, supreme nachos, beans, rice, chips, salsa, and beer