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Sep 2nd 2009 10:43PM I love "queso," and have had many versions over the years. I can't think of one I didn't like. What's not to like? It's gooey, salty, a bit spicy, and tastes good with so many things, including coating one's own finger with it so as to be enjoyed in its simplest form. Add ground beef and sausage, and it becomes "Big D" dip. Ya-hoo!
Jul 24th 2009 10:47AM Those commenting that Brooklyn couldn't be a haven for tacos have no idea what Brooklyn is. It isn't all delis! Brooklyn is, like all of NYC, hugely culturally diverse. The Sunset Park neighborhood has a very large Latino population who rely on recipes handed down for generations. I am a native Texan, probably twice the age of most submitting comments, and have enough life experience to know that the "best tacos" are not the birth-right of Texas. I have an open mind, and let my taste buds make the judgement, not my ego. I will also admit that I love the fact that the author of this article is willing to admit that Austin is gaining ground. He just needs to taste more tacos. I wish I had his job!