UNESCO Names Traditional Mexican Food a World Cultural Treasure, Or: Michoacán Cuisine Finally Gets its Due
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Locally, ustedes are blessed: SanTana remains the capital of the Michoacán diaspora in the United States, even in the face of a decade-long invasion by chilangos and people from Guerrero. It seems you can't drive three blocks without hitting a carnitas spot or find a street vendor not hawking corundas (the inside-out tamales that strangely don't make it enough on Orange County menus). But the most realized Michoacán-style restaurant in la naranja remains Las Brisas de Apatzingán, which sells the uchepos (sweet corn tamales) that you see above and other dishes. What other dishes? Read my old review, broders...