On Immigration

If this is the result of immigration…

Cinnamon, vanilla, rice, and almond... yes please. Trust me on this one.

 then LET THEM COME! The southern end of the Italian market is no longer Italian and I am 100% fine with this. Thanks to affordable horchata concentrate I am on my way to Texas to make a speech, “Mr. Obama, tear down this wall!”

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11 responses to “On Immigration

  1. JD

    I had one, iced, in Santa Fe with my enchilada platter. They had a handwritten sign that said “Try our new Horchata” and I did. Everyone else was too skeptical, I took a chance and was glad I did. When you get to Texas stop by and we’ll have a glass together.

  2. Nachos Libre

    You should be careful what you wish for in regards to Obama tearing down the wall, it may cost you your employment as a full-time blogger.

    PS — When you are a man, sometimes you wear stretchy pants in your room. It’s for fun.

    • You are just jelous becawse I beleeeve in sciiiance. Besides, I think most immigrants of any status get paid more than this blog pays me. I take that back, who can put a value on countless adoring fans?

  3. Lindsey

    Concentrated horchata mix? sign me up! I bought a powdered mix once at the Mexican market in Logan and it was yucky. I’ll have to scour my specialty markets for this. On the other hand, a new Mexican restaurant just opened up, I’ll have to see what they have…

  4. This looks strangely delicious. I’ll have to try one sometime soon. Vanilla and almond are great together!

  5. Lynn Montgomery

    Actually, I like the real Mexican rice drink and this one looks good, but I will have to agree somewhat with Nacho Libres. Are you saying let illegal aliens
    cross our borders? And are you actually going to Texas to give a speech?
    Dad

    • Wait, you agree with Naco? Does this mean you wear stretchy pants for fun? I only wrote about horchata and I’m sure no one in Texas cares what I have to say.

  6. Hm…I’ve always been a little scared to try it. But I am a big fan of Mexican sodas, what with the lighter flavor of cane sugar vs corn syrup.

  7. I judge every Mexican restaurant by its Horchata and Mole. If both are good, I’m loyal for life. If they serve neither, I call them Texan.

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