Today’s post will be a brief one. In order to avoid raising the ire of my handlers over at Country Roads Magazine, where I am responsible for their food blog, I am going to limit my musings to a suggestion. I suggest that you have lunch at El Paste Dorado. They serve utterly unpretentious, extremely cheap and throughly authentic Mexican food. The above pictured corn Tacos al Pastor are $1.50 a piece. If you have ever savored the street food of Mexico then these babies will bring you all the way back to the dusty byways of Guanajuato. I could also expound on the Mexican Coca-Cola that they offer (treasured by some because, south of the border, they still use real sugar as opposed to corn syrup). But, I think I’ll reserve any further plaudits for a blog at The Good Feast. Don’t go expecting fancy flavored margaritas or frills of any sort, but if you are in the mood for classic Mexican fare of the sort that is hard to find in Baton Rouge then they just may have what you are looking for. They also make fantastic Chilaquiles (pictured below), if brunch is more your style.