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Tucson New Mexican Food - Poco & Mom's

Independent tips for the professional at Leisure

February 2009


In addition to great golf, Tucson offers up some great Mexican and New Mexico style food.


Amazing Sonoran Hot Dogs



The Mexican Sonoran hot dog is a thing of beauty.  Made from a "cheap" hot dog, wrapped in fatty bacon and slathered in Mayo and hot sauce, it's a meal with a real retort and absolutely delicious.


When Americans think of "cheap" hot dogs they think of those ones made from red dye #5,and serial, with bits of lips and buttholes (called "rennet) for a real meat-like flavor.


Nope, to a Mexican, a cheap hot dog is made from spleen, just like their spicy chorizo sausage, and bound together with hot dog helper.  No lips or buttholes in these hot dogs, just pure offal and wholesome grain.


Nestled in a warm Mexican roll, these gut bombs go down smooth.

The colors of the yellow mustard, green peppers and white mayo are not just for flavor, it's considered patriotic too, with the white, red, and yellow hues of the Mexican flag.




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