Since you're down by Ft. Huachuca I'm assuming you're in the Military?? If not please correct me.
My Bride & I have moved 17-20 times, (I lost count).
We've survived those moves, some good, some bad, by following 2 rules:
- Bloom where you are planted, and
- Don't try to duplicate, substitute.
Since you're in a rather remote area, it's sometimes tough to satisfy that craving when it hits. We're from PA and also lived in NJ and worked in NYC. When we started moving South & West we missed all the ethnic foods from back there. I would kill for a good pastrami sandwich!
So, when we lived in TN, I started learning how to cook Southern food. I make a mean biscuit & gravy, grits and collards plus other stuff.
When we moved to Pensacola, I became a terrific Seafood Chef and being close to Louisiana I also learned how to make gumbo, jambalaya, deep fried turkeys and other good stuff.
The point being, wherever you are, imbrace it and take the best the area has to offer. Down there, you should be able to get some Mexican food.
If you are in the military, you'll probably have opportunities to try all kinds of foods when they move you around. Make the most of the adventure!