Maybe it was a grandparent, or a teacher, or a swarthy immigrant boy with a taste for guacamole. Someone with chipotle, carne asada, and who understood your need for a traditional Mexican dish composed of a rolled, folded, pliable maize tortilla filled with an edible substance. When you were young and searching, someone helped you see the world as a more ideal place, a place where the perfectly burnt edge cheese of a quesadilla could mean everything.
For FunBox, that person was Morrie Al Pastor, FunBox’s amigo from nearly twenty years ago. Maybe, like FunBox, you lost track of this amigo as you made your way. Maybe you forgot them as hamburgers, barbeque, and chicken ceaser salads crossed your pallet and the tastes of Oaxaca style and Pico de Gallo tastes faded making your world seem colder…less delicious. Wouldn't you like to see that person again, for one last muy bueno Mexican Fiesta?
FunBox had that second chance when they rediscovered Morrie before the Homeland Security did. Knowing he was soon to be gone, Morrie visited with FunBox at Panchero’s on