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An order of tamales is seen at Las Margaritas restaurant in Westerville, Ohio, as cook Rafel Alarcon finishes the rest of the order Wednesday, May 3, 2006. The tamales at Jose Avalos' Mexican restaurants are wrapped and steamed in corn husks, a traditional way to give them flavor. It's part of a push to introduce Americans to more authentic Mexican cooking. With the country's Hispanic population swelling to more than 41 million, a majority with Mexican origins, U.S. restaurants are slowly moving beyond the casual fare of tacos, burritos and combo plates that are little more than sanitized versions of the real deal. (AP Photo/Paul Vernon)

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Posted on September 2, 2015 at 11:50 am

Event invites Lakeway Area to experience heritage and influence of Latino culture From Arepas Rellenas to Cachapas and mandocas, there will be plenty of authentic and traditional flavors added to the Lakeway Area’s newest celebration of culture and diversity. The Hispanic Outreach Leadership Association of the Lakeway Area...
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