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    Re: Changing demographics influencing taste buds

    Quote Originally Posted by Threegoofs View Post
    Living in Chicago, we have better Mexican food than Mexico!

    We can get regional Mexican cuisine from virtually everywhere in Mexico, plus Rick Bayless has three restaurants plus an awesome take out place in OHare.

    I can even get Cemitas sandwiches from Cemitas Puebla, which flies in special handmade cheese weekly from Mexico.

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    The only thing we are lacing is good NEW Mexican (I.e. Northern New Mexico) places.
    Mmmmm, Cemitas. There is a little hole-in-the-wall Cemita shop near me hidden in a little strip mall behind a walmart and a panda express. It's run by a little mexican lady and a man, presumably her husband, who cooks. They speak no English as far as I can tell. Their toddler daughter climbs around the booths carrying her little dolls and watches you eat. Best damn cemitas i've ever had.

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    Re: Changing demographics influencing taste buds

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    Mmmmm, Cemitas. There is a little hole-in-the-wall Cemita shop near me hidden in a little strip mall behind a walmart and a panda express. It's run by a little mexican lady and a man, presumably her husband, who cooks. They speak no English as far as I can tell. Their toddler daughter climbs around the booths carrying her little dolls and watches you eat. Best damn cemitas i've ever had.
    I think there's a law forbidding the manufacture of cemitas anywhere but in hole in the wall bodegas that are owned by old Mexican couples.
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    Re: Changing demographics influencing taste buds

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I think there's a law forbidding the manufacture of cemitas anywhere but in hole in the wall bodegas that are owned by old Mexican couples.
    Most delicious government interference i've ever tasted.

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    Re: Changing demographics influencing taste buds

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    I think there's a law forbidding the manufacture of cemitas anywhere but in hole in the wall bodegas that are owned by old Mexican couples.
    The Cemitas place in Chicago is run by a pretty young guy.

    Is love to try other types of Cemitas- because these things are incredible and he has the bread specially baked by a local bakery and imports some ingredients literally by sending family members to Puebla to pick up stuff...
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