Mexico is a country where the melding of disparate traditions to form bewildering wonders is the national religion, yet nothing is quite as gloriously mestizo as a mulita. It's masa with an identity crisis: two thick discs encasing steaming heaps of cheese and meat, as earthy a meal as possible. A mulita is not quite a quesadilla, not quite a gordita, not quite a taco, but a bit of all three. Mostly, it's heft—no subtlety, little in the way of spices or flavoring, but with all the necessary ingredients for it to sear into... More >>>