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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2013/10/07 18:18:15 (permalink)
You are bringing back some great memories billyboy!  That meal at Padilla's was a real winner.  Thanks for finishing up the report in style.
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2013/10/10 22:48:16 (permalink)
Ok use your imagination and you will see Odie from Garfield
 

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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2013/10/12 04:49:03 (permalink)
Sure thing, BB.
 
I see it, CK!
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2013/12/17 18:10:28 (permalink)
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Once again, these photos are raw-   

I disagree, I thought everything was rather well-done.
 

 
And a belated congrats to Chris and Amy!
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 10:01:06 (permalink)
There hasn't been much talk about Roadfood lately on the forum so I thought I would bring back this trip report for it's 3 year anniverary
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 10:26:55 (permalink)
WJ, my last couple of trips to places that I had hoped to post about were a bust. I even had some very so so fried clams at a place that used to be known for great clams. I try not to post about places that I would not return to. One of the places has already closed on it's own without my help! But..........thanks for reminding us why we come here......... 
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 10:34:35 (permalink)
Is there another thread going about a recent lack of Roadfood reviews?

I know I've been slacking. I blame it on the lack of an easy to use and long-term image hosting site. I go back and look at some of my earlier trip reports where I put in a lot of time and effort, only to find none of the pictures show up anymore. That's killed my incentive to post more reports.
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 10:48:59 (permalink)
The reason why I brought back this trip report is because Sandra and I will be taking a cross country trip to New Mexico in 2 years and she can't handle spicy food at all, so I don't know where we can possibly go as a compromise. I'm going to have to do a lot of research on this and/or hope there are some "gringo" options on some of these menus.
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 10:53:51 (permalink)
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Is there another thread going about a recent lack of Roadfood reviews?

I know I've been slacking. I blame it on the lack of an easy to use and long-term image hosting site. I go back and look at some of my earlier trip reports where I put in a lot of time and effort, only to find none of the pictures show up anymore. That's killed my incentive to post more reports.

That's odd.  I just went back and looked at my last year's trip report on Alaska and all the pics are there.  Maybe it's not old enough yet.
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 12:46:24 (permalink)
Dale, there are always gringo options!
 
I could dive into a plate of stuffed soppapillas... ground beef, bean and lettuce filled or a spopapilla filled with honey.
 
You can order cheese enchiladas without the salsas.  They're still good.  They also have in some places queso sauces that aren't spicy.  Maybe even a spinach enchilada.
 
There are salads. There are meat or chicken dishes.  Just ask for the sauce on the side and then she can judge the spiciness or just ask if they have a mild sauce.
 
But...  she's missing out on some great flavors!
 
There's always rice!
 
 
 
 
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 13:11:17 (permalink)
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Dale, there are always gringo options!
 
I could dive into a plate of stuffed soppapillas... ground beef, bean and lettuce filled or a spopapilla filled with honey.
 
You can order cheese enchiladas without the salsas.  They're still good.  They also have in some places queso sauces that aren't spicy.  Maybe even a spinach enchilada.
 
There are salads. There are meat or chicken dishes.  Just ask for the sauce on the side and then she can judge the spiciness or just ask if they have a mild sauce.
 
But...  she's missing out on some great flavors!
 
There's always rice!
 
 
 
 




Mar,
 
I think it's easier with Cal Mex- which she loves. Sandra has been to San Diego before and she looks forward to those fish tacos when we return next spring. However in New Mexico just about everything is served with Green or Red Chili which is either going to be incredibly spicy or borderline scorching. I know there will be a way to overcome this but it won't be easy.
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 13:50:45 (permalink)
Then think stuffed sopapillas.  No salsa at all!
 

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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 14:07:40 (permalink)
She would like those
But I don't think she would like what I enjoyed at Mary and Tito's
 
 

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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 14:16:24 (permalink)
THAT was awesome!!!
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Re:Magnificent Memories in the Land of Mañana and................... a Piece of the Panhan 2016/07/11 18:58:12 (permalink)
Sandra will find plenty to eat! She can adjust her meals...Bob is the same way with spicy food. Me, on the other hand...
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