I haven't been to the market on Rte 40 in years, but I just read two Chowhound posts one by elgringoviejo apparently from April and one by baltymoron this week. Lots of Howard County voices on those posts, and I especially take advice from elgringoviejo:
This place merits high praise. The owners are Mexicans who prepare delicious authentic Mexican food at reasonable prices. One of the employees is Salvadoran and makes delicious pupusas revueltas, as good as those served at Dona Azucena near Langley Park in Prince George's county. At two bucks apiece, two or at most three of these delicious and extremely filling pupusas make an excellent yet economical meal that constitutes chow-worthy cheap eats. One afternoon I enjoyed a plate of flautas that would be th envy of many a fonda or fogata in La Republica (Estados Unidos Mexicanos) where I have enjoyed over a hundred meals. The piece de resistance of Tere's is the condiment bar that includes both green and red salsa as well as pickled chiles. Tere's deserves ample chowhound patronage IMO.Is it just me, or are there fewer posts on Chowhound these days? I feel like there used to be dozens of posts a day on the DC/Baltimore page. I hadn't been going as often, and now I feel like there can be days with fewer than 10. It's a great resource. There are several regular commentators about local places, and I like the "Question and Answer" connection.