Goldman, Francisco
March 2004
Gourmet;Mar2004, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p142
Provides insights into the life of Mexican immigrants in New York City. Manifestation of true Mexican neighborhoods around Sunset Park in the city; Variety of Mexican foods sold around these neighborhoods; Traditions brought by the Mexican immigrants.


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