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  • Again, as Esperanza says, the worm is in Mescal, not Tequila.

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  • Mescal is a European contribution to the traditions of Mexico; before the conquest distillation was unknown in the New World.

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  • Mescal is basically a very versatile liquor in the kitchen it can be easily used in many preparations where a strong alcohol is called for.

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  • Mescal is much more a "country" liquor, like the marcs, grappes and schlibowitzes of Europe.

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  • La Casa de Mescal is a Oaxaca landmark, which at the millenium will have been doing business at this location near the Zocalo ... read more indigenous-groups perspectives social-issues

    Is this where we turn off for Agua Azul?

  • He may have several helpers, both animal and human, in pursuing his desperate search, such as Mescal's dog in Heritage of the Desert, or the Paiute guide Nas Ta Bega in The Rainbow Trail, or the nomad Dismukes in Wanderer of the Wasteland.

    Zane Grey, Romancing the West

  • "Mescal," said Cheyenne, and he laid a silver dollar on the bar.

    Partners of Chance

  • Please join Mescal's friends and family on Sunday, November 20, 2005 from 2: 00 – 4: 00 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Augusta, located at 3501 Walton Way Extension, Augusta, GA for a 'celebration of the life' of Mescal.

    Obituary: Mescal Roe, mother of OpEdNews news editor Amanda Roe Lang

  • After retirement, Mescal relocated to Augusta, GA where she became a very active member in numerous community volunteer services.

    Obituary: Mescal Roe, mother of OpEdNews news editor Amanda Roe Lang

  • In October 1984, Mescal became one of the first volunteers with Shepeard Community Blood Center.

    Obituary: Mescal Roe, mother of OpEdNews news editor Amanda Roe Lang

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