Mexican breakfast

Mexican breakfast

n. a cigarette and a cup of coffee or a glass of water. After a Mexican breakfast, I went to Marlowe’s hotel hoping to catch him before he went out.
See also: breakfast, Mexican
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We have tinkered with these recipes for over five years and feel that they successfully represent Mexican breakfast.
Reason number two: "Some say it's like the Mexican breakfast dish huevos rancheros--but it's better.
And if you're feeling a little too cool, there's always the tangy, tasty Mexican breakfast on offer in the morning - eggs, guacamole and chorizo served on a flour tortilla that can be wrapped and dipped in salsa.
A It's the famous Mexican breakfast dish called huevos rancheros.
In Flagstaff, MartAnne's (this page) may be hole-in-the-wall intimate, but its burritos and Mexican breakfast specialties--think green chile chilaquiles and huevos rancheros--make it loom large to Arizona foodies.
Less energetic guests can take a cooking - and eating - lesson in the shaded herb garden, although I made the mistake of trying a filling Mexican breakfast of poached eggs on mushroom enchiladas before the class.
promoted the unique Cap'n Crunch(R) shake and continued to feature the Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Burrito(TM), a portable version of the Mexican breakfast classic, during the period.
The local restaurant's airport location will serve Mexican breakfast, lunch and dinner staples.
13 Food Michael Kilkie shows how to add a real kick to Sunday brunch with a spicy traditional Mexican breakfast dish - huevos rancheros.
introduced the unique Cap'n Crunch(R) shake and continued to promote the Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Burrito(TM), a portable version of the Mexican breakfast classic, during the period.
Huevos rancheros is a classic Mexican breakfast dish that anyone who has visited Mexico on holiday will have come across.
The burrito includes all the classic Mexican breakfast ingredients -- eggs, cheese, beans and ranchero sauce -- with crispy corn tortilla chips all wrapped in a burrito to make it portable.
Mexican breakfasts are great; somehow combining bacon and eggs with tortillas, cheese and salsa really works in a way you wouldn't expect.
That's no problem at all for us enthusiasts of Mexican breakfasts, who cheerily bombard our digestive mills with incendiary chili sauces, peppery chorizo, and pickled jalapeno chilies, not to mention liberal garnishes of garlic and onion--all at 7 A.