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post #7791 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 10:49 AM
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DBA, if you go to a good authentic mexican restaurant, or some other places, you can get a breakfast burrito, with shredded beef. YUMMY!
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post #7792 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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... or no meat at all. Potato, egg .. even bean... yum!
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post #7793 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:19 AM
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Look at Mammakatja rocking out the link with pictures....after I went to all the trouble to horribly explain it .
I have my very few and far between moments. Like I said, draw me a picture. You lose me with words. And I'm even a teacher! LOL!

OK. Enough talk about breakfast burritos. I'm starving. Actually my husband makes some awesome breakfast burritos but he's at work! I'm so glad my family immigrated to Texas from Germany when I was a kid. I am probably the world's biggest ex German Mexican food fan. And no I'm not usually a big chain fan, but y'all gotta admit...Chuy's makes some pretty darn good Tex Mex. When we lived in VA (land of the weenies when it comes to hot sauce) we learned to make pico and the Chuy's creamy ranch jalapeno sauce ourselves and I swear, we pour the stuff on our oatmeal in the morning. OK. Not oatmeal but just about anything else, including hot dogs. Nothing beats the little corner mom and pop stands for a good breakfast burrito though.
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post #7794 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:23 AM
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Nuisance I have eaten many a Sevi's burrito in Wichita Falls with beef of course.
Texasgal I don't do the vegetarian thing. My family has raised cattle for too many generations to eat anything vegetarian. We gotta keep the price of beef up .
I also know they cook the bacon and beef for those things at the same time on different parts of the grill. Might as well eat the bacon then IMO.
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Also you want to know why you don't have an abundance of food at the house?
You have teenagers and a teenage boy at that. No wonder the cupboard seems bare. Shalom
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post #7795 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:27 AM
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Also you want to know why you don't have an abundance of food at the house?
You have teenagers and a teenage boy at that. No wonder the cupboard seems bare. Shalom
Hahaha! I'm TERRIFIED to see how much my boy eats as a teen. I can barely afford his 8 year old appetite, lol.

I find it hilarious we've been talking about food for like 3 pages.
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post #7796 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:30 AM
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DBA, yes I do have teenagers abut I'm down to one full time and he is hungry alot but doens't eat alot if that makes sense. He says he's gotta keep that masculine look yet maintain his weight for powerlifting!
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post #7797 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:32 AM
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I have 4 boys and 2 girls. My oldest is 16 and 6'3". Y'all ever seen that commercial several years back when a parent busted her teen eating a stick of butter and asked "ummm are you eating .....butter?" That has totally happened at my house. LOL!
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post #7798 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 11:59 AM
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DBA, Sevi's still has the best burrito's in town!
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post #7799 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 12:15 PM
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Omg y'all are making me hungry ! I love texmex, especially Jimmy Changas. I think I know what I'm eating for lunch LOL.
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post #7800 of 10872 Old 08-22-2013, 12:15 PM
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Yep, it's sad when the best breakfast burrito to be found in your area is at sonic .

I actually really like Mexican food at Ruby Tequila's. I think they only have like 5 or 6 locations throughout Texas (2 of which are in Amarillo), but they have really really good food. Excellent flavors, more options than I've ever seen on a menu, and everything has really great individual flavor.

I used to work there and was good friends with one of the cooks and he would make me a special mega-burrito to die for. Shredded beef, beans, lettuce, tomato, homemade pico, queso inferno, blackened jalapenos, and lots of shredded cheese.
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