Your idea of Mexican food (since you're from Mexico) is probably different than American's idea of Mexican food. Mexican food in the US is predominantly Tex-Mex or Cal-Mex. It's my understanding that you'd be hard pressed to find a Chimichunga in the heart of Mexico (unless you were at a resort town). I could be wrong though.
Tis' true. Don't get me wrong, tex-mex has its place and is super tasty, but authentic Mexican food is really different, apples and oranges, really. I would dare to say that many Americans would find many authentic Mexican dishes rather unappealing, simply because of the meat ingridients. Take the ubiquitous taco for example; tacos de lengua (cow tongue), tacos de cesos (cow brain), tacos de tripas (beef tripe), and tacos de cabeza (cows head) just to name a few. Of course, for the picky eaters there is always carne asada.
No Mexican I know of would eat a crunchy taco. I do not think they exist there.
As for Mexican food, the best is from...my Mexican wife! :lol:
My mom's authentic Mexican cooking p'wns all. She makes the best sopes and tamales (salsa verde type) ever.
Tacos al pastor remains my favourite Mexican dish/snack
X2 But only if done properly, on a vertical spit, with onions, and a pineapple on top.