In the years following World War II, as Coca-Cola climbed to international superstardom, Don Francisco Hill had an idea. A native of Mexico, a country long enamored with aguas frescas made from water, sugar, and fruit, Hill envisioned a line of Mexican-made soft drinks that would capture the same fresh and simple flavors. To me, tamarind (the second-best-selling of all Jarritos flavors) is the be-all and end-all, the single must-try, the Alpha and the Omega of the venerable collection.
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Have you been drooling over this insanely well-marbled cowboy chop ever since Kenji gave us grilling tips for it? If you just nodded, or have started drooling in the last three seconds, you're in luck. We're giving away three Cowboy Chop packages for Father's Day, which includes the two-pounder bone-in ribeye steak from Double R Ranch Co. Enter to win here.