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    Seeing that food post on the front page is making me HUNGRY!! So .. what's in your lunch bag today? I have to very plain bologna sandwiches and a banana :( Aaah, well .. it will have to do.

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    I brought some butternut squash ravioli that I made last night. Eating a banana right now. What up Juan!

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    Ham sammich and chips. [img]graemlins/sleep2.gif[/img]

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    Taco Smell has the new Spicy Chicken Enchilada. $1.49 Three should do the trick.

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    Originally posted by upliftdisco365:
    Taco Smell has the new Spicy Chicken Enchilada. $1.49 Three should do the trick.
    You eat a lot of Taco Hell, don't you?

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    Originally posted by Albert Diaz:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by upliftdisco365:
    Taco Smell has the new Spicy Chicken Enchilada. $1.49 Three should do the trick.
    You eat a lot of Taco Hell, don't you? </font>[/QUOTE]I know the deally.John hooks up the manager with cd's,in exchange for food. [img]graemlins/rofl.gif[/img]

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    After seeing all that Latino food, I'm definitely gonna go to Tacos Mexico and load up on four tacos al pastor, two tacos de asada, and two de carnitas with a big, fat horchata to wash it down. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by Albert Diaz:
    After seeing all that Latino food, I'm definitely gonna go to Tacos Mexico and load up on four tacos al pastor, two tacos de asada, and two de carnitas with a big, fat horchata to wash it down. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
    What's the differance between those tacos?

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    pollo tropical - 1/2 chicken value meal 4.99 usd

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    With all the posts about Latino cuisine, I had to break down and get a cuban sammich [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
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    Originally posted by JAMIE 3:26:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Albert Diaz:
    After seeing all that Latino food, I'm definitely gonna go to Tacos Mexico and load up on four tacos al pastor, two tacos de asada, and two de carnitas with a big, fat horchata to wash it down. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
    What's the differance between those tacos? </font>[/QUOTE]tacos al pastor = marinated pork meat with cilantro, onions and salsa.
    tacos de carnitas = little pieces or shredded pieces of roasted pork meat with cilantro, onions and salsa.
    tacos de asada = marinated beef meat (very tender and very yummy! [img]biggrinangel.gif[/img] )with cilantro, onions, and salsa.

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    Fed ex me a few of em....tacos de asada = marinated beef meat (very tender and very yummy! )with cilantro, onions, and salsa

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    Dang .. I forgot about horchata. I LOVE THAT SH*T!! Also, agua de tamarindo and agua de jamaica. Hmmmm .....

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    Originally posted by JAMIE 3:26:
    Fed ex me a few of em....tacos de asada = marinated beef meat (very tender and very yummy! )with cilantro, onions, and salsa
    They've gotta have some good, fast-food taco joints in Chi. Do you guys have a Tacos Mexico? If not, look for any joint that has the word "taqueria" in it and chances are that it should be good.

    [ September 29, 2003, 12:04 PM: Message edited by: Albert Diaz ]

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    Originally posted by Magic Juan:
    Dang .. I forgot about horchata. I LOVE THAT SH*T!! Also, agua de tamarindo and agua de jamaica. Hmmmm .....

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    Tamarindo is good, but agua de GUAYABA is the mutha fuggen bomb. Agua de sandia and melon is pretty yummy too. Got dammit!! This is making me hungry and thirsty. I'm out.

    [ September 29, 2003, 11:57 AM: Message edited by: Albert Diaz ]

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    We've got TONS of awesome Mexican places in the Chi. Just go to Pilsen or Little Village. J, if you are ever over here just give me a holler and we will go vinyl 'n' burrito hunting. I'll hook you up ....

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    P.S. Offhand, Los Comales has THE BOMB steak burritos.
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    Originally posted by JAMIE 3:26:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Albert Diaz:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by upliftdisco365:
    Taco Smell has the new Spicy Chicken Enchilada. $1.49 Three should do the trick.
    You eat a lot of Taco Hell, don't you? </font>[/QUOTE]I know the deally.John hooks up the manager with cd's,in exchange for food. [img]graemlins/rofl.gif[/img] </font>[/QUOTE]Hey, it's dirt, cheap spicy meat. Now there's your killer slogan. I wish they did take music, bro. I'd be there even more.

    I know Taco Bell is simply the corporate bastardization of real mexican food. You guys out west got it good. REAL good. Out here, we gotta take what we can get, man.

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    Originally posted by Magic Juan:
    We've got TONS of awesome Mexican places in the Chi. Just go to Pilsen or Little Village. J, if you are ever over here just give me a holler and we will go vinyl 'n' burrito hunting. I'll hook you up ....

    magic_juan

    P.S. Offhand, Los Comales has THE BOMB steak burritos.
    MJ,I was being funn.Hell,I got mexican homies.I know where to go to get the deal if I want it.Now,tell me a good burrito place.I like that spot on Ashland down from DustyGroove.

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    I've been there and they are pretty good. The burrito place that I go to is Los Comales (1544 W 18th St). Just take Ashland south until you get to 18th st and it is right there on the left hand side (next to the alley ... yes, save the jokes). Very good food and decent prices. I think they have expanded the franchise as I have seen other joints pop up near Ford City on Cicero. The original Comales was on 26th street, if I am not mistaken.

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    A protein shake and a salad.
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    Guinness and a chocolate chip cookie. Need a little buzz for this trip back to Chicago

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    Hale and Hearty broccolli and cheddar soup w/ half of a tomato basil and mozzarella sandwich...

    and for dessert Chocolate Doughnut w/ lots of sprinkles...

    mmmmmm...

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    I brought in some leftover Jerk Chicken that I grilled last night. D-lish!! [img]graemlins/1luvu.gif[/img]

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    some turkey chilli with wheat spaghetti did da trick....
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