4 Reasons You Should Eat More Tex Mex Food in 2015

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Most people make New Year’s resolutions that have them giving something up. They resolve to quit smoking. They promise themselves they won’t eat so much (they will diet). They say they intend to sit around less and instead exercise more. Here at Mattito’s, we think you should do morein 2015. As in, we feel you should eat more Tex Mex …

Celebrating the New Year in Mexico

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Mexico is a country filled with people who love a party. Celebrating the New Year gives Mexico’s residents a good reason to celebrate in a big way. Just as in the U.S., most celebrations take place the evening before, on New Year’s Eve. Families decorate their homes in festive colors, with each color representing what the family hopes for in …

Christmas Dinner as Done in Mexico

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Christmas Eve tends to be the day in Mexican homes when it comes to Christmas, as it’s on Christmas Eve when the primary holiday celebrations take place. Noche Buena is heralded with the ringing of church bells, fireworks and blowing whistles. Once the final Posada ends, celebrants go to churches and attend what is known as the Mass of the Rooster …

Typical Foods Served During the Christmas Season in Mexico

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Let’s say you’re heading to Mexico and will be there over the Christmas holidays. Let’s further say that you won’t be staying in a hotel or renting a home/apartment, but instead will be staying with a Mexican family. What kinds of food might you expect to eat during the holiday season?