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  • When I think Tex-Mex, I think of combo plates with enchiladas and gravy, maybe afried egg on top, Spanish rice and refried beans.
    El Real Tex-Mex Cafe/Facebook
  • The very first day Sis arrived in Bangkok, she ate at a place called Coyote. Thevery first day.
  • The website says they serve “classic Mexican dishes alongside the adventurousand ultra-hip Southwest U.S. cuisine such as quesadillas, burritos, enchiladasand Coyote (sic) very own Cowboy Skewers….”
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  • And there it was. Just across the street. That iconic Texas orange signbeckoning me: Whataburger.
    Photo by Marene Gustin
  • There's one near you, just beckoning for a visit.
  • Of course after just one bite of the little burger, only slightly larger than aslider, I was hooked liked a crack head.
    Photo by Marene Gustin