4th of July Nachos

Only about 10 months late on this one, but I caught my first foul ball and then celebrated our national pastime with some patriotic nachos.img_6652img_6657img_6658img_6662

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Eating around Zihua

With this view, it’s hard to move, but we did do some good eating in town.img_4175

Breakfasts were great – fresh juices coming in at around a buck.img_4176img_4177

It was a little toasty, but Mrs. Nachojawn had a light breakfastimg_4180

I had the breakfast tacos along with a couple of breakfast margaritas.

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After one breakfast it was time to carb up at the pasteleria.

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Sweet Taco – Willow Grove, PA

Horrible.

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These were the “ground beef” nachos. Chips with a cut up hamburger on top. Tons of lettuce. I couldn’t find any cheese. My tacos had pools of oil on them. One of my least favorite meals ever. Garbage.

.48/5 pickled  jalapeños. (Easily a new record low score) Do not eat these, there have to be better options.

It’s in Willow Grove but I’m not giving you an address because I don’t want you to go.

Mexico City to Zihuatenejo

After a solid few days eating around Mexico City, it was time for a street tamale, and to catch a plane to Zihuatenejo.img_6152

 

Dear Red. If you’re reading this, you’ve gotten out. And if you’ve come this far, maybe you’re willing to come a little further. You remember the name of the town, don’t you?

Zihuatanejo.

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Do you know what the Mexicans say about the Pacific? They say it has no memory. That’s where I want to live the rest of my life, a warm place with no memory.

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Mezcal and Tacos Arabes – Mexico City

After one of the better meals of my life, it was time for a couple beers.img_6141img_6142img_4091

 

After a couple hours, it was time for another of the best meals of my life. We had seen tacos de arabe on Ugly Deliciousa and I had to have this taco/gyro hybrid.img_6143img_6145img_4093img_4094

 

Mrs. Nachojawn almost missed out, but since we are still talking about these like 10 months later, it’s safe to say she does not regret ordering one up.

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Mexico City – Sud 777

While it looks like it’s just outside the center of town, it was a solid half-hour ride down to Sud 777. The restaurant has a terrace and patio, although it was raining when we got there.img_3855

 

Burrata in salsa verdeimg_3852

 

Some sort of terrineimg_3853

 

This ash-crusted octopus was great. Served with piquillo pepper and Xcatic sauce.img_6102