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Ask a Mexican

by Gustavo Arellano

  • 266 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Tantor Media .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic Studies - Hispanic American Studies,
  • General,
  • Ethnic Orientation/Chicano,
  • Humor / Essays,
  • Social Science/Ethnic Studies - Hispanic American Studies,
  • Unabridged Audio / Humor,
  • Form - Essays,
  • Humor,
  • Unabridged Audio - Humor,
  • Mexico,
  • Miscellanea,
  • Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWilliam Dufris (Narrator), Christine Marshall (Narrator), James Herrera (Narrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMP3 CD
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8365752M
    ISBN 101400154642
    ISBN 109781400154647
    OCLC/WorldCa154674772

      His new book, "Ask a Mexican," is a witty look at some of the questions spoken and unspoken that Mexicans confront. It's based on his syndicated column in the Orange County Weekly.   And for once, I won’t recommend my books—¡Ask a Mexican!, Orange County: A Personal History, and Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America—as gifts oh wait, I just did! In all honesty, while I always appreciate ustedes buying my libros and handing them out as regalos, the following items are just as ching*n*s, if not more so.

      The mexican with papers would then be like the book.. I got a better one, a third grade school teacher asked her students to use the words "liver" and "cheese" in a sentence. Susan raised her hand and the teacher asked her to go and Susan said "My .   Dear Mexican: I'm a year-old Latina attending a Texas university and taking a class that is centered on Latino culture and history. I'm a first-generation Tex-Mex kid, and lately, all of the.

    Ask a Mexican audiobook, by Gustavo Arellano An irreverent, hilarious, and informative look at Mexican American culture is taken by a rising star in the alternative media, as well as a new kid on the block in such mainstream venues as NPR, the Los Angeles Times, Today, and The Colbert Report. Gustavo Arellano has compiled the best questions. Ask a Mexican! By Gustavo Arellano To get Ask a Mexican! eBook, you should refer to the web link below and download the document or have accessibility to additional information which might be relevant to ASK A MEXICAN! ebook. Our online web service was released having a wish to serve as a complete on-line electronic digital local library which.


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About The Author. Gustavo Arellano’s ¡Ask a Mexican. column has a circulation of more than two million in thirty-eight markets (and counting). He has received the President’s Award from the Los Angeles Press Club, an Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition, and a Latino Spirit Award from the California State ed on: Ap Gustavo Arellano is the author of Ask a Mexican!, a nationally syndicated weekly column published by Orange County's alternative weekly OC Weekly.

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What's obvious when reading a book's length worth of his answers is how well-researched they are. It's a nice balance of referenced scholarship, combined with the observations of a street-savvy guy/5(61). The Paperback of the Ask a Mexican by Gustavo Arellano at Barnes & Noble.

FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Brand: Scribner. Ask A Mexican by Gustavo Arellano available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. An irreverent, hilarious, and informative look at Mexican-American culture is taken by a rising star 3/5(4). Gustavo Arellano’s ¡Ask a Mexican!column has a circulation of more than two million in thirty-eight markets (and counting).

He has received the President’s Award from the Los Angeles Press Club, an Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition, and a Latino Spirit Award from the California State legislature/5(16).

The award-winning ¡Ask a Mexican. columnist presents a narrative history of the progression of Mexican cuisine in the United States, sharing a century's worth of whimsical anecdotes and cultural criticism to address questions about culinary authenticity and the source of Mexican.

Dear Mexican: I love ethnic foods, and I always ask people of ethnic origins which local restaurants they like to eat at. Whenever I ask a Mexican what Mexican restaurants they like best, the. If you like your humor smooth as flan or comforting as a big abrazo from your abuelita, do not read Gustavo Arellano's first book, "¡Ask a Mexican!" (Scribner, $20 hardcover).

However, if biting satire is your cup of canela tea, Arellano is the man for you.5/5(5). Dear Mexican: I love ethnic foods, and I always ask people of ethnic origins which local restaurants at which they like to eat.

Whenever I ask a Mexican what Mexican restaurants they like best, the answer is always, “I don’t like the way any of them make their food.”.

Gustavo Arellano’s ¡Ask a Mexican!column has a circulation of more than two million in thirty-eight markets (and counting). He has received the President’s Award from the Los Angeles Press Club, an Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition, and a Latino Spirit Award from the California State legislature.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. In Arellano's popular Orange County Weekly column "¡Ask a Mexican!" now widely syndicated and gathered in this acerbic volume, he answers serious, curious, and sometimes hateful but mostly.

On May 1, ¡Ask a Mexican. comes out in book form gracias to the literary madmen at Scribner. Expect more of the same, but más: more essays, more. Ask a Mexican!. [Gustavo Arellano] -- Confronts the bogeymen of racism, xenophobia, and ignorance through answering questions put by readers of the nationally syndicated "Ask a Mexican!" column.

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Gustavo Arellano, a columnist and the author of the books “Ask a Mexican” and “Taco USA,” at the Mitla Cafe in San Bernardino, Calif. Credit Axel Koester for The New York Times. Find books like Ask a Mexican from the world’s largest community of readers.

Goodreads members who liked Ask a Mexican also liked: How to Be an Antiracis. Gustavo Arellano at the Texas Book Festival. Gustavo Arellano is an American writer. He is a featured writer for the Los Angeles Times and the former publisher and editor of Orange County's alternative weekly OC Weekly, and the author of the column ¡Ask a Mexican!, which is syndicated nationally.

Arellano has won numerous awards for the column, including the and Best Non. Get this from a library! Ask a Mexican!. [Gustavo Arellano] -- A lighthearted and irreverent celebration of Mexican-American culture challenges clichés and misconceptions while offering insight into its complexity and power as an American economic force.

Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA City New York Donor sanrafaelpubliclibrary External-identifierPages: An irreverent, hilarious, and informative look at Mexican American culture is taken by a rising star in the alternative media, as well as a new kid on the block in such mainstream venues as NPR, the Los Angeles Times, Today, and The Colbert Report.

Gustavo Arellano has compiled the best questions about Mexican Americans from readers of his ¡Ask a Mexican! column in California's OC Weekly and.