Bellamy, Gail
January 1997
Restaurant Hospitality;Jan97, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p94
Trade Publication
Presents information on Tex-Mex Restaurant specialties. Distinction of flavors; Connections between Texas style and Mexican; Implementation of more than style; Detailed information provided. INSET: Big on beef..


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