The Bagor Daily News has a report on the launch of Tortilleria Pachanga.
Her company, Tortilleria Pachanga, is newborn, just weeks old. Using organic, Maine-grown corn, which she mills on the premises with her own grinding stones, Rowe is one of a mere handful of tortilla makers in the Northeast.
“I want to make a really great, fresh tortilla with corn that’s grown from as close as possible,” said the former Spanish teacher, who lives on Munjoy Hill.
That means working with local farmers and selling hours-old tortillas to restaurants, food trucks and specialty markets in Greater Portland.