Anyone anywhere near Tucson?

Wanna get together to pillage something, or just to have a bowl of pasta? Schedule it with your fellow Pastafarians here.

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Anyone anywhere near Tucson?

Postby The Good Reverend Roger » Fri Jun 22, 2007 12:03 am

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Postby anthrobabe » Tue Jul 03, 2007 10:18 pm

No but it is my hometown--- the greatest place on earth in my opinion!

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Postby kirayon » Fri Jul 13, 2007 3:42 pm

I am from northwest Phoenix, I guess that is kinda close. At least closer than Australia.
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Postby KC Observer » Fri Jul 13, 2007 4:11 pm

MMMMMMMM. Casa Molina Carne Seca chimi's enchilada style!!! They also make awsome margaritas. Also, Mi Nidito, St. May's Mexican food on Grande, etc...

I lived in Tucson for 22 years. Graduated from Sahuaro in '76 (Go Cougars!)
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Postby anthrobabe » Mon Jul 16, 2007 8:56 pm

KC Observer wrote:MMMMMMMM. Casa Molina Carne Seca chimi's enchilada style!!! They also make awsome margaritas. Also, Mi Nidito, St. May's Mexican food on Grande, etc...

I lived in Tucson for 22 years. Graduated from Sahuaro in '76 (Go Cougars!)


I've been waitng and waiting for someone-anyone to know about Mi Nidito.
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Did you ever La Parilla Sueza? ( the one on Oracle just before Miracle Mile- if going north) I think there is even on on Ina now- but I always loved the Chilaquiles , Cadillac Margaritas and of course green corn tamale
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Postby Squeeze » Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:59 pm

I'm in Phoenix.

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Postby KC Observer » Tue Jul 17, 2007 2:28 pm

Been a very long time, but I've been to the one up by Ina Rd. I don't recall much about it though. My fav's are the ones I listed. The Casa on 22nd street and the one on Campbell, just south of the Rillito are also good. I love the totillas at St Mary's Mexican Food on St' Mary's and Grande. If you haven't bought any ther you MUST, MUST, MUST go and get a couple dozen. They are fabulous! My folks bring a few dozen when they come to visit us here in Kansas City. :fsm_yarr:
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Postby Squeeze » Tue Jul 17, 2007 5:13 pm

Have any of you ever been to Los Dos Molinos in Phoenix?

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Postby KC Observer » Wed Jul 18, 2007 10:55 am

Nope - I haven't had good Mexican food in Phx. Not that there isn't any good stuff, but I just haven't been to a Mexican resturant in Phx. that was any good.
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Postby zannebee » Wed Jul 18, 2007 11:42 am

KC Observer wrote:Nope - I haven't had good Mexican food in Phx. Not that there isn't any good stuff, but I just haven't been to a Mexican resturant in Phx. that was any good.


Well that's just crazy talk.

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Postby anthrobabe » Wed Jul 18, 2007 7:38 pm

KC Observer wrote:Been a very long time, but I've been to the one up by Ina Rd. I don't recall much about it though. My fav's are the ones I listed. The Casa on 22nd street and the one on Campbell, just south of the Rillito are also good. I love the totillas at St Mary's Mexican Food on St' Mary's and Grande. If you haven't bought any ther you MUST, MUST, MUST go and get a couple dozen. They are fabulous! My folks bring a few dozen when they come to visit us here in Kansas City. :fsm_yarr:


I'm fairly luck in that my former mother in law still loves me and sends me care packages of her own homemade tortillas de maize y de masa! She was born in Guadalajara and she is truly one of the most amazing people I've ever known in the kitchen(or out).
I'll look up St. Mary's Mex-F next time I'm home

I get good mexican food in Phx- my sister-in-laws house !!!

zannebee- share some good places to eat out so we can find them-Thanks
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Postby KC Observer » Thu Jul 19, 2007 3:27 pm

St. Mary's tortillas are the closet to homemade that there is. I have not nbeen able to find any available to purchase that rivals them. Of course, grocery store tortillas suck in comparison. Those are all thick and stuff.
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Postby Deck Hand Sharkchum » Fri Jul 20, 2007 12:53 pm

Tee Pee in Phoenix is fantastic, hey even George W. ate there! (dont' hold that against the food)

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Postby fractal » Tue Jul 24, 2007 5:45 pm

Try Ajo Al's.

16th St just north of Camelback.
I'll meet ya there.



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Postby anthrobabe » Tue Jul 24, 2007 9:35 pm

fractal wrote:Try Ajo Al's.

16th St just north of Camelback.
I'll meet ya there.



I'm in Tempe.



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Just save the farkin Gorillas will you! They don't have spell check- but they do need YOU/US...

www.gorillafund.org



I Ned Speil Cheek!!!!!!!!



I'm *not* the lowest rank on this ship. What about the laboratory mice? I tell them something and they jump straight to it. "Yes, Mr. Lister Sir, eek,eek."


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