How to Order Mexican Without Sounding Estúpido

Slide 1 of 12
Pozole – po-ZOH-lay

A corn and meat stew that dates back to Aztec times, pozole is a typical Mexican comfort food. It's not too different from Tex-Mex tortilla soup, but uses hominy along with a varying mixture of pork and chicken, chiles, and vegetables. In Spanish, the "le" ending is usually pronounced as "lay."

Flickr/Lester Of Puppets