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Asheville’s Love Affair With Indian Food.

INDIAN FOOD is so hot, that you should know it is only SECOND to the restaurants for MEXICAN FOOD in Asheville, when it comes to the choices you have to dine out in our city.
What makes me say this? Well, we all know this town is a food destination, and FYI just in downtown Asheville we have 5 Indian restaurants, yes 5!
And guess what? As you are reading this, I have just learned there is a NEW Indian restaurant coming up to downtown Asheville. That means very soon there are going to be SIX located less than a mile from each other!

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Restaurants

Cochinita Pibil, The best of Mayan Cuisine in Asheville

What up my peeps!? Many people in town are curious and intrigued by Mayan culture in Asheville, but did you know there is a beautiful and delicious meal named COCHINITA PIBIL with Mayan roots and guess what?! I had it a few, and sporadic times in Asheville, until I FOUND IT in the regular menu at LA RUMBA RESTAURANT LATINO YO!

Traditionally cooked for hours underground, and marinated for at least 24 hours, when you have this in the Peninsula of Yucatan it is an incredible experience.

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My Daddy Taught Me That Asheville

Hello everyone, today I want to invite you to learn a little more about what MDTT is doing in our community.

Asheville for me is home, and there is no denying the city is changing and growing fast, this brings new challenges in many ways, and to see organizations like this one investing in our youth is something that brings me hope.

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Sabora Food Truck in Asheville makes the most AMERICAN meal MEXICANIZED and the result is BOMBASTIC!

What up y’all!? Today, you are going to love what Chef Macario from Sabora Food Truck is cooking. You see, this guy is from Puebla, México. This makes him a Poblano, yes, like the chili pepper he grew up eating, and you love as chiles rellenos.

Well, how about a POBLANO BURGER? Hell yeah! If you feel adventurous I am also going to suggest you try the Sombrero with a JALAPEÑO POPPER HAT!

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