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did somebody go to super-rica? enjoyed?

Yeah. It was great. I've had tamales with weird texture, but this one was perfect. The horchata was good, but I had better at Los Agave.
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Yeah. It was great. I've had tamales with weird texture, but this one was perfect. The horchata was good, but I had better at Los Agave.
yes, the super-rica/los agaves rivalry is an old one. i like both. but los agaves tends to do a pretty standard socal taqueria menu (especially great if you don't get that every day), while super-rica has dishes you don't see very often, done very well. i usually go to super-rica, but am very happy los agaves is there when i'm in sb on wednesdays (super-rica's day off).
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I've been playing with a kettle pizza attachment for the weber. finally getting it down. this is a 4 1/2-minute bake.


that looks great, I need to get one of those attachments.
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Ed, I thought you were well stocked for attachments. I am disappoint.
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there's a bit of a learning curve -- mainly getting the fire right. but i'm at the point where i can get it to hold 600-700 degrees for 45 minutes or so.
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sb, I don't have a witty reply for that frown.gif


FG, I just finally learned how to keep the heat between 250-275 for hours and now I have to learn the opposite????
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