It’s late afternoon at Rosa’s Mexican Restaurant and there’s a lot of dipping and scooping going on. Diners pick up the freshly made tortilla chips – dip them gingerly in a light green sauce or scoop up pico de gallo with gusto – trailing some of the sauce across the table. Amid the light conversation a cacophony of crunching can be heard.
This fascination with Rosa’s chips and sauces did not happen by accident. Leonor Vazquez, who has owned the establishment for seventeen years, works hard to keep her recipes authentic and traditional.
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