apex35mm:

Eat My Tacos! // 35mm // Christian Dean 

sharkvsbigfoot:

Taco tattoo flash. #dailydudel #tacos #tattoo #tampa #illustration #drawing #doodle #flash #florida #tampa #handtype #handletter (at Private Eye Studios - Tampa)

sharkvsbigfoot:

Taco tattoo flash. #dailydudel #tacos #tattoo #tampa #illustration #drawing #doodle #flash #florida #tampa #handtype #handletter (at Private Eye Studios - Tampa)

nprradiopictures:

From our friends at The Salt.
Thousands of people cross the U.S.-Mexico border everyday. An untold number buytostilocos — chips loaded with toppings many might consider loco, as in crazy.
The gastronomic marvel that is tostilocos involves a snack-sized bag of salsa verde-flavored Tostitos piled with hot sauce, pickled pork rinds, chopped cucumbers, jicama, deep-fried peanuts, tamarind candy, pickled fruit sauce called chamoy and a squeeze of lime. All those toppings go straight in the bag, and often spill out over the sides.
This combination of salt, sour, sweet and heat will set you back about $3. And it is not for the faint of heart.
Hot, Sour, Sweet And Mobile: Loco Border Street Food
GIF Credit: Kainaz Amaria/NPR

nprradiopictures:

From our friends at The Salt.

Thousands of people cross the U.S.-Mexico border everyday. An untold number buytostilocos — chips loaded with toppings many might consider loco, as in crazy.

The gastronomic marvel that is tostilocos involves a snack-sized bag of salsa verde-flavored Tostitos piled with hot sauce, pickled pork rinds, chopped cucumbers, jicama, deep-fried peanuts, tamarind candy, pickled fruit sauce called chamoy and a squeeze of lime. All those toppings go straight in the bag, and often spill out over the sides.

This combination of salt, sour, sweet and heat will set you back about $3. And it is not for the faint of heart.

Hot, Sour, Sweet And Mobile: Loco Border Street Food

GIF Credit: Kainaz Amaria/NPR

(via lookatthisstory)

mexicanfoodporn:

Mexicanfoodporn presenta: Muertitos de sed #mexicanfoodporn #muertitosdehambre #muertitosdesed #ilustración

movingbeyondborders:

Gael García Bernal Explores Migrant’s Tragic Journey in New Documentary “Who is Dayani Cristal?”

In August 2010, border patrol officers found a migrant’s decomposing body in Arizona’s infamous “corridor of death.” His only identifiable feature was a tattoo that read “Dayani Cristal.”

The film follows García Bernal as he travels the migrant trail from Honduras through Mexico to cross the American border. 

According to a press release, “the film brings viewers intimately close to the often-invisible lives that have been affected by by a broken immigration policy.”

Visit the film’s website for screenings and further resources.

anthonybourdain:

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Americans love Mexican food. We consume nachos, tacos, burritos, tortas, enchiladas, tamales and anything resembling Mexican in enormous quantities. We love Mexican beverages, happily knocking back huge amounts of tequila, mezcal and Mexican beer every year. We love Mexican people—as we sure…

"Next to the margarita, no Mexican food item has a more contentious creation myth than the chimichanga. Everyone agrees that it first appeared somewhere in the Arizona-Sonora borderlands, but that’s about it."