Beef Tongue Taco with Red Chili Sauce on Mitsitam Cafe Summer Menu, Washington DC

The Mitsitam Cafe at National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC let us peek at their Summer Menu in a series of photos on the Museum's Facebook Page.

Amongst the new dishes is the Beef Tongue Taco with Red Chili Sauce (below).


Richard Hetzler, the chef at Mitsitam Cafe, pointed to me in a conversation at Book Expo America that many dishes we consider as hispanic food actually have their roots in Mayan ans Aztec cultures.

This short piece reminds me that i still have to edit and publish my interview with Richard...soon.

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