British ‘Tortillas’ Feature Pyramids and Sombreros; Claim to Be ‘True Taste of Mexico’

Hey Hoy

Hey Hoy

From this blog’s London correspondent (formerly this blog’s West Coast correspondent) come Britain’s “Cool,” gluten-free Hey Ho to Mexico “tortillas,” which is apparently what the Brits call any corn-based produce that comes packaged in a plastic bag featuring pyramids and sombreros.

These are not your regular [fake] tortillas, mind you, these “bring you a true taste of Mexico,” because as everyone knows, there is only one.

Hat tip: London correspondent: Kent German 

This entry was posted in Awkard homages, Food, Guacala, Latin America, Mexico, Sal & Pimienta, Stupid propositions and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to British ‘Tortillas’ Feature Pyramids and Sombreros; Claim to Be ‘True Taste of Mexico’

  1. nicoparco says:

    the true taste of processed corn

  2. xochitl says:

    Well, I´m mexican and those are NOT precisely “tortillas”, it would be more proper to call them “tostaditas” , because tortillas are a different thing.

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