In fact, quite the opposite—I suspect that my own experience epitomizes, in miniature, the Tex-Mex revival as a whole.
Texas expats wax rhapsodic about the Tex-Mex food of their youth.
Ultimately, the current Tex-Mex revival is too specific, too local, and too personal to change the way America eats.
None of this means that Tex-Mex is set to take over the world (again).
Quite unlike the Bushes, who preferred to hunker down with Tex-Mex inside the confines of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
“Tex-Mex for decades was ascendant,” Arellano told the The Weekly Alibi in 2012.
Those are fighting words in a nearly half-Latino city where Tex-Mex restaurants outnumber all others.
Irritable; irascible; testy: the days when tetchy film crews invaded the center of soporific conferences
[1592+; fr dialect tetched, ''crazy, touched in the head'']