An Austin-based chip facility’s new waste disposal system is flamin’ hot garbage.
The decision comes just days before what is being called the country's biggest election in its history.
The tortilla industry in the beleaguered state of Guerrero is under attack from local cartels that are kidnapping and killing business owners and workers, as well as using tortilla shops as drug distribution points and lookout posts.
La Golondrina is allegedly haunted by "La Consuela," a ghost who roams the halls of the place, scaring the staff and owners alike. I wanted to see if I could find her myself.
For decades, a feud has raged between the neighboring towns of La Paz Centro and Naragote in Nicaragua over the birthplace of the quesillo—a simple corn tortilla wrapped around cheese and topped with pickled onions and cream.
In August, a Mexican federal district judge repealed a two-year-old ban on genetically modified maize, leading many of the country's chefs to worry about GM corn replacing indigenous varieties.