Going beyond burritos

Pearl, Anita R.
February 1999
FoodService Director;02/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p124
Trade Publication
Reports on Mexican and Southwestern foods offered by food facilities in public schools in the United States. Names of Mexican and Southwestern foods offered; Names of schools with Mexican food items; Factors for the growing popularity of Mexican foods in schools; Preparations for Mexican foods. INSET: Taos (NM) Municipal Schools' Salsa.


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