The Origins of Salsa Dancing

Casa Blanca Mexican RestaurantIt is widely accepted that Salsa dance began as a blend of a few different dances from various backgrounds and cultures. Salsa dancing is an incredibly social dance that got its start in New York City in the 1930s. [Read more…]

Mexican Food in America: How the U.S. Came to Love Mexican Cuisine

It’s difficult to visit an American fare restaurant without seeing nachos, tacos, or quesadillas on the menu these days. The United States is a melting pot of various cultures, and assimilating Mexican cuisine into our daily eating habits is no exception. In fact, salsa has become the number one condiment nationwide, surpassing ketchup and mayo, seemingly the most American of all of the condiments. And tortillas have now been outselling hot dog buns since 2010. [Read more…]

How Do You Make Salsa at Home?

Nothing can compete with the satisfying crunch of a tortilla chip than perhaps a tortilla chip after you marinate it in your favorite dip. [Read more…]

Health Benefits of Salsa

The tortilla chip’s best friend and potential contender for the [Read more…]