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I’ve Never Met a Mexican Food I Didn’t Like

Posted on: October 28, 2010

I have a mild obsession with Mexican food. And by mild, I mean, I eat some form of Mexican at least four times a week. I am not exaggerating. It’s mostly bean and cheese tacos, meat tacos or some variation. You’d think I person would grow tired of it after a while, but I haven’t. In fact, I love it so much that since being on our trip I’ve had Mexican nearly everyday. And one day I had it twice.

Tuesday night we had dinner with some friends in Austin. It was a Tex-Mex/Southern joint that served enchiladas on the same menu as chicken fried chicken and burgers. You know, a place a girl like me instantly loved. I was in a burger mood, until our friends and waiter suggested I get the fried avocado. Avocado. Fried. Topped with more avocado. Served with beans and rice. Hallelujah.

I can’t give the meal the justice it deserves. Seriously it was amazing. While we spend the next few days in the Ft. Worth area I am going to try making it for my family {since avocados are so much cheaper here}. Hmmm….. Just writing this makes me hungry.

Visit Alicia at Alicia’s Homemaking for more Try New Adventures Thursday.

Visit Jill at Diaper Diaries for more Things I Love Thursday.

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7 Responses to "I’ve Never Met a Mexican Food I Didn’t Like"

Um. I LOVE avocados. Seriously. This sounds divine. Please please learn how to do this and post a tutorial for me all of us. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

Yum yum yum…my mouth is watering and it’s only 830 in the morning here. This also reminded me of the meal we ate about 4 times last week. I’m sure you have a good tortilla soup recipe but if not I’ve loved this one:

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/02/crockpot-tortilla-soup-recipe.html

Hmmm…. Tortilla soup. I’ll have to try that recipe.

how many avocados are you bringing home??? πŸ™‚

Hopefully a good few. But you know me, they might not last the trip home! πŸ˜‰

I love fried avocados also. Our favorite Mexican food restaurants make them, delicious. But never thought to try them at home. You have to post the recipe if you do.

YUM!!!! That makes me so excited for TEXAS!

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