I've been figuring out Mexican food and have put together a collection of videos that go over some of the more common foods. The basics. These video's are all pretty legit, it's not just a collection recipes from allrecipes.com that are generic. My favorite videos are of the Avocado and Salsa and homemade tortilla's. Very quality. I didn't add this to Pics and Multi. because it's not about the video's really. It's about Mexican Food. The video's aren't interesting to watch for entertainment and don't belong in the P&M. This thread is mainly to show people who don't live in the Southwest how to make some decent Mexican Food. If you live in Cali, Arizona, or Texas, this isn't really for you. It's for people like me who live in the midwest or anywhere real Mexican food is non-existent, I never knew some of this stuff even existed until I went to California. Most of the ingredients can be easily bought at Walmart. Best to make your own Pork fat though. Homemade Pork fat seems to be the secret of re-fried beans and Tortillas. Recipes Shown Avocado Verde Sauce Re-fried Beans Salsa Mexican Rice Homemade Tortilla/Quesadilla Carne asada Avocado Verde Sauce Salsa Roja de Tomates (Edit-Forgot this is in Spanish, but you can figure most of it out. I don't know what type of oil he uses because I don't speak Spanish, I'm guessing vegetable oil. English salsa video on bottom) How to make Great Flower Tortillas (PORK FAT!) How to render that pork fat (Don't worry to much about using back fat, which you can get pretty at any meat market/butcher if you ask for it. And Btw homemade pork fat is actually much healthier than most oils like vegetable or corn oil. Animal fats are much healthier than people believe) Mexican Rice (Instead of Peas regular onions and peppers such as Jalapeno's or Serrano's could be added, whatever you want, I personally would not add Peas) Beans (It's in Spanish but you can figure it out. Basically wash and take out rocks, let soak overnight or for around 4 hours. I'd use pork fat instead of whatever oil he used. Cook until beans are soft. Around 1-2 hours) Refried Beans. Use beans from the above video to fry. This video is in English Carne Asada (And how a pretty decent Taco actually looks.) Often taco's are served topped only with onion and cilantro, not the lettuce tomato and cheddar cheese we are all used to. I haven't actually tried this recipe, it's just an example. There are a MILLION Carne Asada recipes, find one you like. English Salsa Video- Anyone got any great Mexican recipes, like Carnita recipe's or such?