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Posted by Dora Stone on December 20th, 2017 under General, Fiesta Tips
Christmas in Mexico is a time for family, tradition, and eating! There are many Mexican Christmas traditions, but one of the most important is the meal itself. This can change from family to family, depending on the region of Mexico you are in. In northern Mexico it's more common to see turkey...
Posted by Que Pasa Foods on December 12th, 2017 under Que Pasa in the Spotlight
We're pretty serious about our nachos. In addition to having a good base (Que Pasa chips, of course), you need to think carefully about your selection of toppings.
Our Instagram page is filled with photos of creative vegetarian nachos, so we thought we'd share some of our favorites! Here are 15...
Posted by Anais Martinez on December 6th, 2017 under General
Colors, traditions, aromas, and poinsettias fill the streets and homes of Mexico from around mid-December until Christmas. Contrary to other countries, Christmas in Mexico is celebrated for more than just a few days, starting on the 16th of December (with the remembrance of Mary and Joseph's...
Posted by Anais Martinez on November 20th, 2017 under General
If you're ever in Mexico, you’ll probably stumble upon an immense variety of spicy sauces. They come in so many different colors, textures, densities, and levels of heat. It could easily be said that there are no rules when it comes to Mexican salsas!
 

 
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