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Old 23rd July 2017, 04:44 PM   #7871
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Haha, yes, the fish tacos are the most missed of all the SD eats (I'm not above the orange cheese fare if it's well done, though).

I was more surprised that people don't know that much of what we call ethnic foods in the US (I don't know if that's universal) are very modified forms of the real deal. But it's a fair point.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 05:48 PM   #7872
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I've not had a fish taco with cheese on it before. Is it a common topping?

I like the Mahi Mahi taco with slaw or mango chutney or salsa or WHY but never cheese.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 07:53 PM   #7873
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I've not had a fish taco with cheese on it before. Is it a common topping?

I like the Mahi Mahi taco with slaw or mango chutney or salsa or WHY but never cheese.
Maybe a bit of confusion. I was just criticising the use of industrial cheese in general, the fish tacos are usually without real or fake cheese.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 08:17 PM   #7874
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Cabbage/slaw, tomatoes, salsa, occasionally avocado. But mostly kept pretty simple, which with good seafood is all you want.
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Phew, I thought I was missing out on something I didn't want in the first place.
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I often cook chicken homemade khebab! Found a great Turkish recipe. The main thing is the marinate made of yogurt with 6 spices (should be marinated not less than 5 hours). yumm!
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I often cook chicken homemade khebab! Found a great Turkish recipe. The main thing is the marinate made of yogurt with 6 spices (should be marinated not less than 5 hours). yumm!
There's a local Indian/Pakistani restaurant here in CLE which marinates lamb chops in this manner. It's their best selling meat dish. I've heard them called "lamb-sicles".
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There's a local Indian/Pakistani restaurant here in CLE which marinates lamb chops in this manner. It's their best selling meat dish. I've heard them called "lamb-sicles".
Ah! love Indian food as well , but it's a bit difficult to cook at home, time consuming.
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