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Thursday, 24 July 2014



Very nice post! Even though it's hot as $%#@ right now, I'm craving that menudo you posted!

I think that might be Pedro Infante.


Looks so good. What I'd do for some lamb.


Why not blog more about the rest of the menu? It's a nice, cool(er) place for a quick breakfast. Now I am curious and want to make the drive...but more when in a soup mood; for now, lamb at someplace closer (but those maguey leaves have me so very curious...)


You've done it again!

Ed (from Yuma)

Thanks, jan and cc, I appreciate the comments. As for Jorge Negrete and Pedro Infante, I have poor facial recognition skills, but I looked at pages of Google pics of each of them, and I still could not be sure which charro was on the wall.

The lamb is spectacular as are the aguasfrescas. Unbelievably good. I braise lamb and Tina loves to grill lamb chops, but this was in another universe. It was amazing, billy.

Who knows, Cathy, maybe I will do another post eventually, but Antojitos is only an hour and a half from you (hint, hint).


Your original post intrigued me with the enfrijoladas; this post nailed it with the lamb. We took a roadtrip with some friends that inclded a stop at the quirky Desert Tower in In-Ko-Pah. Let's just say it was well worth it. I can still taste that lamb, and the agua frescas are perfect (I had the strawberry lemon).

Ed (from Yuma)

Wow! A roadtrip, jan. Really happy that it worked out and that you enjoyed the food.

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