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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Sunday recovery

Posted By on Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 5:01 PM

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Sometimes a guy just has to eat out. Particularly the morning after. Joel DiPppa writes:

I admit it, I am a fan of the nightlife in this town.  After a night out, sometimes, you wake up Saturday or Sunday and just want to get a filling and tasty meal in your stomach.  Instead of a normal brunch stop, I will often head to Casa Manana. 

Along with the salsas, the queso blanco is a great starter.  The salsas are tasty and each with their own character, and heat.  The queso is flavorful and smooth - a nice slow start to a good recovery lunch.  The burritos (pictured) are truly noteworthy.  They are stuffed full of any number of fillings and just hit the spot.  ALso, if you are wanting to get a quick reminder of the terminology in Mexican food, the menus at Casa Manana have definitions and explanations to job the memory.

Any other recommendations for a non-standard brunch or recovery lunch from blog readers?

 

 

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