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    Quote Originally Posted by Tundra_Man View Post
    I've stopped at a couple in downtown LaCrosse that, while I wouldn't call them "bad", I would rank them on the low end of the Kwik Trip spectrum. Curiously enough, Kwik Trip is headquartered in LaCrosse. But overall, they're pretty much a safe bet when you see one.

    Looks like you are correct, that Hutchinson and New Ulm are currently the furthest west Kwik Trip locations: https://www.kwiktrip.com/KwikTrip/Me...NESOTA-MAP.pdf
    Big fan of the Kwik Trip love. They have something going right now. Almost allows me to get everything I want when i stop for gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior4life78 View Post
    If you want some good Mexican food I would recommend going to mango’s
    There is not any good mexican food north of texas or new mexico....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boohaha View Post
    There is not any good mexican food north of texas or new mexico....
    Actually the best Mexican food is found in Phoenix lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boohaha View Post
    There is not any good mexican food north of texas or new mexico....
    Just had some great enchaladas at Nana's in Buffalo Lake at noon. Juan & Maria make some great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boohaha View Post
    There is not any good mexican food north of texas or new mexico....
    Tex-Mex is all that "drownin' in con queso" crap. Had GREAT South of the Border in CO, NV and CA. Conversely, the SOB choices in southern Utah are non-existent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior4life78 View Post
    Actually the best Mexican food is found in Phoenix lol
    No

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clean Liver View Post
    Tex-Mex is all that "drownin' in con queso" crap. Had GREAT South of the Border in CO, NV and CA. Conversely, the SOB choices in southern Utah are non-existent.
    Not tex-mex thats different, colorado is not home to good mexican food, Chile sauce red or green does not have tomatoes in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior4life78 View Post
    Actually the best Mexican food is found in Phoenix lol
    Quote Originally Posted by laker View Post
    Just had some great enchaladas at Nana's in Buffalo Lake at noon. Juan & Maria make some great stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by Clean Liver View Post
    Tex-Mex is all that "drownin' in con queso" crap. Had GREAT South of the Border in CO, NV and CA. Conversely, the SOB choices in southern Utah are non-existent.
    Im from central new mexico, chile is in my blood, im not saying there isnt goid food elsewhere im just saying its suited to northerners taste buds who dont know spicy, or even well seasoned. My kids eat salsa thats hotter than most northern places ive been to hot.

    Cummin, garlic, onion, chile(red or green), salt, pepper are staple ingredients, most northern "mexican" food has maybe 3 of those and 2 are salt and pepper.

    You ought to look up the yelp reviews for chipolte in Albuquerque, its hillarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boohaha View Post
    Im from central new mexico, chile is in my blood, im not saying there isnt goid food elsewhere im just saying its suited to northerners taste buds who dont know spicy, or even well seasoned. My kids eat salsa thats hotter than most northern places ive been to hot.

    Cummin, garlic, onion, chile(red or green), salt, pepper are staple ingredients, most northern "mexican" food has maybe 3 of those and 2 are salt and pepper.

    You ought to look up the yelp reviews for chipolte in Albuquerque, its hillarious.
    Don't get me wrong, I've had GREAT Mex in NM, just not in TX. The only salsa I buy is Sadie's HOT and it's from Albuquerque.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clean Liver View Post
    Don't get me wrong, I've had GREAT Mex in NM, just not in TX. The only salsa I buy is Sadie's HOT and it's from Albuquerque.
    Well... That will be the extra edge our boys need...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior4life78 View Post
    If you want some good Mexican food I would recommend going to mango’s
    I'm more partial to El Patron myself but Mango's is a good option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ETSU_LION View Post
    Well... That will be the extra edge our boys need...
    Nothin' from me. Lost my a** in a business venture there in '80. Never returned. I'm sure your school is 1st rate, I'm just an NSIC homer, I guess, though not a Whine-ona fan.

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    Taco Banos, Home of the Diarrheto.

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    A little summary if you will.
    Pizza- Rocco's
    Burgers- Bub's or Betty Jo's
    Mexican-El Patron, Mango's, or Cha Chi's which is Winona's version of Chipotle
    Gas Station cuisine: Kwik Trip, there is one conveniently located next to the stadium
    Sandwiches-Winona Sandwich Company, Acoustic Cafe, Blooming Grounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clean Liver View Post
    Don't get me wrong, I've had GREAT Mex in NM, just not in TX. The only salsa I buy is Sadie's HOT and it's from Albuquerque.
    Ive got a friend who says if your within 100 miles of sadies its not out of the way! If your ever in ABQ got to the El Pinto and try their Chile ribs, oh my lawd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boohaha View Post
    Not tex-mex thats different, colorado is not home to good mexican food, Chile sauce red or green does not have tomatoes in it.
    I make a pretty killer habanero pico you'll have to try one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderwolves Fan View Post
    I make a pretty killer habanero pico you'll have to try one day.
    Im up for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clean Liver View Post
    Don't get me wrong, I've had GREAT Mex in NM, just not in TX. The only salsa I buy is Sadie's HOT and it's from Albuquerque.
    "This stuff's made in New York City???"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Mav Man View Post
    "This stuff's made in New York City???"
    Try Sadie's...if it's available in Mini-Soda. May be too hot for ya, by yolly, ya know.

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