Tortillas are one of the most iconic dishes of traditional Mexican cuisine. It is made up of corn, not wheat or flour. The history is fascinating and starts before 'tortilla' or even corn, as we know, existed.
Most Mexican dishes overlap in their ingredients and forms. Burrito is quite similar to Tacos. However, the key difference between the two is their quantity and size. On one hand, tacos are small and open while burritos are
If you’re in the mood for some Mexican cuisine, On the Border brings you the finest Mexican food - creating a mini Mexico in Perth. We have put together a few must-have dishes if you want authentic Mexican food.
Although Mexican is a meat-based cuisine, the times are changing, and there are a variety of options for vegetarians and vegans. Here is what you should try at On the Border for authentic Mexican food if you’re a vegetarian or a vegan.
Cactus is an important historical and cultural symbol in Mexico. But, it is also a staple in Mexican cuisine! You will find cactus everywhere, from fine dining to street food, from tacos and fajitas to juices.
Mexican culture has a detailed history and an extensive territory which makes it complicated to understand, yet fascinating. It is well known for its geography, language, religion, festival, art, and especially FOOD!
‘Quesadilla’ in Spanish means ‘little cheesy thing’. September 25 is recognised as National Quesadilla Day. It encourages you to pull up a chair in your favourite Mexican restaurant and reward your belly with some..
The word ‘taco’ comes from the Nahuatl word ‘tlahco’ which means “half or in the middle”, referring to the way it is formed. The origin of tacos is still unknown. According to Jeffrey M. Pilcher, a professor at the University of Minnesota suspects
National Guacamole Day is celebrated on September 16. It is on the same day as Mexico’s Independence Day. It is the day people share stories from 1810 (the day Mexico gained Independence), have traditional dancing..