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Old 15-11-2011, 17:49   #31
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mazatlan at rossoneros... shrimp and corn truffle pizza.....to DIE for.....follow it with fried snickers. yes--fried snickers. with ice cream and chocolate sauce. food orgy.
rossoneros is a wine bar across street from marina mazatlan.
monday night football special is hamburgers , 3 different kinds of presentation with awesome deep fried potato slices for 49 pesos---yummmm. but that pizza is incredible.
hangover cure---menudo!!!!
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Old 15-11-2011, 18:01   #32
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If you get the chance try food cruising in the Great Lakes. Even Mario Batali love it. For Mario Batali, It?s Molto Michigan - NYTimes.com The fresh water fish is wonderful and you can catch your own Salmon,Whitefish,Walleye,Trout and more.
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Ooh, thanks for the heads-up, we'll have to search for that restaurant when we get to La Paz!
It's down the road from Marina Palmira. Blue tent roof- hope you enjoy it!
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The best pizza ever made was is the Yucatan, in Playa Del Carmen, a little palapa on the beach named "La Mascara," where they baked lobster pizza in an adobe oven. Basically a cheese pizza with an intact lobster tail sitting atop it.
hard to top that one
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alfonsos has good wifi, also--nice folks and decent foods. excellent breakfasts and something that passes for pizza--not bad, either.

fish tacos 3 for 2 dollars in ensenada at the row of taquerias across fromthe fishmarket-- the one on the end of the row at the street--- they are good.
Friends & I used to ride our motorbikes down to Ensenada from Canada, back when I was 19, 20. Never tried the fish tacos. When I was down here in 1997, never tried the fish tacos. Today, went & tried them. Not for me! Tacos without ground beef just isn't right! lol
Tried a few varieties of fish tacos - not for me! 160 pesos lighter, went back to Alfonsos for fettucine alfredo, again (110 pesos). Great fish market across the path, though!
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Old 16-11-2011, 08:25   #36
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Northern France:-

Crepes
Gallettes
Tomato Salad
Bread
Croissants
Cakes
Charcuterie (a Deli)

anything "avec Frites" from one of these:-



and............Steak
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Old 16-11-2011, 08:49   #37
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Ooh, thanks for the heads-up, we'll have to search for that restaurant when we get to La Paz!
La Paz?

I spend A LOT of time in La Paz. If you're a carnivore and if you're looking for a place where the locals go rather than the tourists, visit Rancho Veijo.

Tell them El Profesor sent you, and order the Tacos de Arrachera. To die for.
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La Paz?

I spend A LOT of time in La Paz. If you're a carnivore and if you're looking for a place where the locals go rather than the tourists, visit Rancho Veijo.

Tell them El Profesor sent you, and order the Tacos de Arrachera. To die for.
Ah, now we're talkin'! LOL I am a carnivore of the 1st order, when others see Bambi, I see a little venison on the hoof! We'll definitely check this out. Cheers!
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there is a carnivore's delight retaurant in mazatlan of the first meat orgy order-- buy by the kilo and awesomeness --comes with tortillas and alll the fixins...el montelayo or sounds like that...is plain deeelishusss...bangkaboat--you WILL love it...i will post exact name and address when i can wrench it from the soul who introduced me to it....is not a tourist place.

DOJ---looks awesome--fun sploring food places on wheelz...
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LOL,"deeelishusss" sounds great, ZEE! The beef & booze will be flying when we make our way over to Maz!
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I like Mexican food, so need to sail to Mexico.
I like noodles, maybe need to sail to Thailand.
I like chicken wings, maybe should stay in USA.
I like England, what's to eat?
I like beer.............Germany?
I like shrimp, is this Vietnam now a days?

As you see I need more food destinations. Where should one plan on sailing to get good foods? If there isn't good eats why should one risk life and boat to come?
You'll love Germany, much more good stuff than beer!
Try a smoked Halibut with Black bread, a cold Flensburger Pilsner and an Aquavit!
Sail up to Danmark for the best Yoghurt of your life, lots of yummy herring, too.
Over to Poland for delicious Cold Cuts and funny Vodka Drinks...

Hands down the Baltic!
Just avoid the Swedish Surströmming!
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Northern France:-

Crepes
Gallettes
Tomato Salad
Bread
Croissants
Cakes
Charcuterie (a Deli)

anything "avec Frites" from one of these:-

and............Steak
Soooooo right! Brittany is fantastic! From there through the Kiel Canal into the Baltic Sea!
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mazatlan--meat orgy place---does not sell beer but ye are allowed to bring yer own and they will place into fridge and bring to ye as you need, when ye go home, if any left, it goes with ye....


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I think I need to stick with fruits and nuts, washed down with cabbage soup. That way there is more room for beer. Best beer is in the PNW.
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Cruising for food? You need to sail to the Mediterranean, for fine French food and wine tours. Absolutely Southern France!
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