Back in the day, when I was trying to get my first real job, I put Tex Mex on my resume as an interest. In school I didn't have too many interests other than watching/playing sports, studying, and well, cheap Tex Mex food. Also a way to signal to employers that I had no interest whatsoever of leaving Texas.
Turned out that in short interviews with various people, we ended up talking about Tex Mex food a lot. Employers are often just trying to find out if you have decent BS and that you won't be an horrible person to work with.
Besides, who doesn't like Tex Mex food? People you can't trust, that's who.
People who are breaking the Texas Constitution probably. It's a pretty long Constitution and a requirement to like Tex Mex is likely in there. Something about ZZ Top too.
Saturday morning, people on the Twitters started talking about great breakfast tacos. Got me hungry and thinking: Why not crowdsource the best breakfast taco places in town? The following were people's quick responses but I'm sure you can add your neighborhood's fave breaky taco places because they are everywhere in Houston.
My list of favorite restaurants in Houston has some Mexican food places in it but usually my fave breakfast taco place depends on what side of town I'm on when I'm hungry. (And what time of day it is–love the places that serve all day Mexican breakfast. That should be added to the Texas Constitution. It's a better idea than most of what the TexLege suggests).