Two decades ago, there were a handful of Mexican restaurants in London, one of whom sold a few Mexican food ingredients. I remember going to ‘Si Señor’ and buying corn flour to make tortillas in my North London flat. Back then, I met Dodie Miller, the owner of Coolchile, who was already importing Mexican chiles into the UK. Today Coolchile also provides Londoners with corn tortillas. In my opinion, Coolchile has contributed tremendously towards putting tortillas on British people’s plates and this month they are celebrating 20 years in the business. Salud! and Felicitaciones! to Coolchile – without them my children would not know how tortillas really taste.