Today, they are churros. Tomorrow, it could be carrot cake, or banana pudding, or even Tiramisu.
Rather than dwell on barely moving traffic and the loss of all personal property, we spent our last 300 pesos on four delicious courses.
These Barcelona-style churros come from a chef with Michelin star restaurant creds, and they're light, crispy, and barely sweet.
Eat them under the kitchen table for maximum effect.
What tonight's results will look like according to the street vendors selling your favorite Mexican street foods.
Thanks to Michelin-starred chef José Chesa, we have a recipe that is both accessible and soignée.
I used to work in a three-Michelin-star restaurant in Barcelona, but I left it all to open a churro shop in Portland, Oregon, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Singles Day is the Chinese counterpart to Black Friday, except that it also involves eating fried dough sticks, being obsessed with the numeral one, and commiserating about not getting laid.