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Saturday, 30 April 2011

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Dennis

Wow looks great Ed! We have a spot called El Zarape here in SD too.

Nate

The camarones a la diabla looks tremendous!

Cathy

Everything looks so good. I like that you have tried almost everything and the food is as good as it looks and am going to have nopales with carnitas for breakfast today.

ed (from Yuma)

Haven't been to the Zarape in SD -- since I moved to Yuma, I rarely eat Mexican food elsewhere. And yeh, Nate, those are good shrimp. The intensity of the dried red chile flavor is great. The camarones are also not overcooked. Thanks, Cathy, one advantage about having little time to do posts is that I accumulate soooo many pictures (if I like a place to keep coming back). Of course, the disadvantage is nobody but me gets to see those pictures for a long time (if ever).

Carol

I love reading about all the wonderful food in Yuma. Makes me wish I went out to Yuma every now and then.

pungo west

Oh the horror you have put yourself through... sacrificing yourself on the altar of REALLY good food, and at really good prices.

ed (from Yuma)

Carol, Yuma isn't that far. I drive to San Diego for good food several times a year. And now that temperatures are getting close to 100, there is plenty of free parking in town. :-).

Yeh, pungo, it's tough having to go back to a place like this meal after meal. But one has to sacrifice once in a while to keep this blog going.

Janfrederick

Man I could go for Machaca right now. That version looked really good.

ed (from Yuma)

Hi Jan. Yeh, that was unusually good machaca. Sometimes around here it is too soggy and uniform for my tastes. Often the onions and peppers are overcooked - as if the machaca has been sitting in a steam table for a few hours.

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