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Tortillas
Keywords: bread, food
One of the staples of Mexican food is the tortilla. You will find it in various forms and sizes in most of Mexican dishes. It can be made of flour, corn or maseca. They are available warm or cold at many locations anywhere... and accompany most dishes in restaurants, in addition to be the support for tacos of course. The most common form is a 12 cm (5 inches) or 15 cm (6 inches) round flat pieces, but they can come in a variety of sizes (I've seen up to 35 cm) depending on the machine or pressing device used. more...

San Francisco bites
Keywords: bread, chocolate, crab, fish, seafood
San Francisco isn't known for any particular dish or cuisine. Of course, you'll find tons of fresh seafood all over, but since it's also a big international city you'll also find restaurants from all over the world. However, there are three things you have to eat when you're here. The first one is crab, any style. Crab is one of the symbol of the city and you can easily see it on the huge Fisherman's Wharf sign. Then, right next to that Wharf, there's a famous baker with its sourdough bread. Not to far from there, there's another icon of the city... a fine chocolate maker. more...
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