Roslyn Mexican Grill

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Introduction to Pre Hispanic cuisine; while most Mexican cuisine is a fusion of native Mesoamerican and European cooking introduced by the Spanish during the 16th century, Pre Hispanic food was the basic diet consumed by people in different regions of Mexico and Central America for the past 6000 years and is still eaten today.

Corn, squash, beans and chilis made up a majority of the dishes used before the Spanish conquest, as well as a wide variety of spices, chocolate and tomatoes (which were thought poisonous by Europeans). All of these different foods work together to create some incredible flavors unique to each specific locale in which they are prepared.

Currently there has been a renewed interest in getting back to our culinary roots, Roslyn Mexican Grill has taken this idea by the reigns and is offering many different dishes cooked in the traditional style from several different states in Mexico.

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