Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Forget about cheese and wine pairings when you’re craving for something that could really hit the spot. Whether it’s game night or you’re just out to eat with friends, there’s no denying that Mexican food paired with beer is a match made in heaven. Don’t grab a bottle just yet; like any food-beverage pairing, the two elements need to combine and bring the best out of each other. Here are some food and beer pairings you definitely need to try when you go to your local Mexican restaurant in Visalia, CA.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
To say that Mexican food is huge in the U.S. is a big understatement. You literally can’t walk a mile without seeing some Tex-Mex or authentic Mexican food restaurants along the way. Let’s not forget the popular crowd pleasers: nachos and tacos. Yet, despite their obvious popularity, there are still some confusion surrounding favorite Mexican snacks or “antojitos,” especially when people are ordering at their local Mexican restaurant. To set the record straight, here is a guide to common antojitos.
Thursday, July 9, 2015
Visalia, CA is a charming city with a high quality of life that attracts people to settle down here. The people have a strong sense of community, especially since many of the residents are of ethnic origins that place a premium on the family. So, if you have been in a relationship for quite some time and are seriously considering marriage and a family, Visalia would be a good place to start a new life with your partner. Before you allow your mind to wander off to the far future, though, first things first. Where do you plan to pop the question to her? Saffron Alexander, writing for the Telegraph, says proposing in a restaurant is often an ideal setup, and can be done successfully as long as you consider the following tips.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
"Sometimes, it takes a hardened soul to gorge on certain types of food and still come out satisfied. One such type is Mexican cuisine, which has a serious reputation for being spicy. While people of lesser constitution may prefer eating something that does not have much spice, those attracted to Mexican cuisine find something about the richness of spice that makes them come back for more. Food lovers in Visalia, CA, are among the people who relish the challenge of hot spices. With approximately 41% of the city’s 122,000 population being of Hispanic/Latino origin, heavily spiced food is intrinsic to their culture. It is no surprise, then, that dishes prepared in Mexican restaurants in the city are uniquely different and authentic, such as Alejandra’s Restaurant on West Main. "