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4 Top Mexican Dishes for Dinner

When you’re going out for dinner, Mexican food is an obvious choice. It’s delicious, it’s affordable, and it’s healthy. Mexican food also offers a wide selection, ensuring that you don’t have to eat the same meal each time. Of course, there are some top favorites you’ll want to eat over and over again, because they’re just that good. Here we discuss the top 4 choices and what makes them so popular.

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Why You Should Have Mexican Food on Valentine’s Day

It comes around every year, but yet Valentine’s Day can sneak up on you. The problem is that related candies and gifts show up in the stores weeks prior to the actual date. That means we just get used to them and don’t give them another thought. To ensure that you don’t have to get traditional flowers or chocolates for your sweetheart on the morning of February 14th, you should consider making a reservation at our Mexican restaurant instead. Here is why we think you should choose Mexican cuisine for that special occasion.

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How Christmas Is Celebrated in Mexico

Every culture celebrates different holidays. Even when the holiday is the same, the festivities vary across the world. Christmas in Mexico is also a little different from how people in the United States celebrate it. For starters, the celebrations last much longer from December 16th to January 6th. And in Spanish, they say “Feliz Navidad” instead of “Merry Christmas”.

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Why Do We Celebrate the Day of the Dead?

As Americans are gearing up to celebrate Halloween, Mexicans are celebrating a very different type of holiday, called the Day of the Dead. On this day, they remember their loved ones who are no longer with them. You may know this multi-day celebration by its Catholic name of All Saint’s Day and All Soul’s Day. But what is the Day of the Dead, and what happens on that day?

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7 Spices You'll Find in Our Mexican Dishes

You’ve probably been wondering why our Mexican food tastes so delicious. Without giving away state secrets, we must admit that it’s a combination of using only the freshest ingredients and adding the right amount of spices. Most spices used in Mexican food aren’t unique to Mexican food. However, we use them in a combination that makes your mouth water, and sometimes it makes you get thirsty for that margarita, too.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know about Mexican Food

Mexican food is very popular in the United States. And even though it’s not the same type of food that people eat in every home in Mexico, we don’t hear any complaints about the taste of it. If you’re still waiting on your significant other to get ready to come over to Agave Mexican restaurant tonight, you might as well take another minute to read about five things you probably didn’t know about Mexican food. Your knowledge might even impress your partner later.

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5 Reasons to Pick Up Dinner from Agave Tonight

You want to eat something delicious, but you absolutely don’t want to cook. You could come to Agave Mexican Restaurant, but maybe you’re not in the mood to go out. It’s a good thing you can order your dinner online, and pick it up at your convenience. Here are 5 reasons to do so tonight.You want to eat something delicious, but you absolutely don’t want to cook. You could come to Agave Mexican Restaurant, but maybe you’re not in the mood to go out. It’s a good thing you can order your dinner online, and pick it up at your convenience. Here are 5 reasons to do so tonight.

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6 Healthy Ingredients in Mexican Food

Who said Mexican food can’t be healthy? Ditch the salt as well as the cheese and cream, get a few more of the ingredients mentioned below and you will prepare yourself a super-healthy dish. This is something that you should account for as, obviously, there is some sort of a commonly spread misconception regarding Mexican food and that it’s unhealthy. Let us prove this wrong.

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Why We Love Queso Dip

When it comes to Mexican appetizers, nothing truly beats the ubiquitous chips and salsa…except salsa’s little sister, queso. Queso is a traditional Mexican dip that combines smooth, creamy cheese with spicy chili peppers and tomatoes to create an irresistible, addictive cheese dip that goes perfect with fresh, hot, crispy chips.

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8 Reasons Why We Love Fajitas

Fajitas are one of the most popular Mexican dishes. If you don't love them, you probably haven't had the right fajitas. A fajita is a grilled filling served hot with lime and spices, typically served with soft tortillas, sour cream and if you want, guacamole. While they're traditionally made with skirt steak, you can get fajitas in Ormond Beach with everything from vegetarian fillings to chicken and everything in between.

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Why We Love Tacos

Tacos are without a doubt one of the best foods on the planet. It doesn’t matter where you're from, there's just something about the combination of savory filling, fresh vegetables, tangy salsa, and creamy guacamole or sour cream to top it all off. While we already know you love ...

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A Taste of Durango, Mexico

Durango is a state of sweeping vistas, colorful deserts, and beautiful, lush greenery surrounding the many waterways and rivers. Balanced on the Mexican plateau, the state is home to a wide variety of geography, ranging from lush forests to subtropical ridge of the southern hemisphere, all of which is nestled alongside the more familiar vistas and desserts.

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Cumin – The Taste of Mexico

Mexican cuisine is known for it's warm flavors, hint (or not so much a hint) of spice, tomatoes, and strong flavors which combine salty, sweet, spicy, and savory flavors into a blend of aromatic, fresh food that you can't find anywhere else. At the heart of this flavorful cuisine lies a few key spices and flavorings that account for much of the taste and smell that many of us know and love.

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A Taste of Guadalajara Mexico - The Food and Culture of One of Mexico's Brightest Cities

Guadalajara, Mexico sits in Jalisco, Guadalajara, a crown jewel of a city renowned for its art, architecture, and its culture. With 22 museums, 6 universities, culinary institutes, and a thriving art scene, the city lives up to its reputation as the second most important cultural city in Mexico. Considered by many to be the home of Mariachi, tequila, and contemporary Mexican music styles.

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Día de Muertos – The Day of the Dead

Celebrating Halloween is a tradition for many, but outside of the United States it is less common, and in Mexico another holiday takes up the date. For those looking for a taste of Mexican culture, the Day of the Dead, or Día de Muertos is a multi-day holiday or festival, held between the final day of October and November 2nd, encompassing the Catholic holidays of All Saints Eve, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day.