Dating in san antonio
Soup kitchens, serving up free meals to hungry Americans for nothing?Jameson notes that in 1862 a rowdy element of the city’s Confederate garrison rioted in Military Plaza and wrecked some food stands.
It is awful seductive looking, and gives a fellow the idea that he has a soft thing on hash.
Tamales were mentioned by name in the damage report, as were “stews.” Once again, what were those stews if not chili?
Neither Ramsdell nor Jameson had access to today’s internet—specifically, newspaper databases searchable by keyword and date.
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In 1731, sixteen Canarian families (a total of 56 people) took up residence in the new town, joining a mixed population of clergy, soldiers, and mission Indians.