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  • A Rebirth
  • A Rebirth

    The Lamadrid family bring Mexico back to Moscow.
      The Lamadrid family bring Mexico back to Moscow, Idaho.
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  • Spicy in Idaho
  • Spicy in Idaho

    Salsa is making an unlikely surge in the Panhandle.
      Their recipe comes from Kaiserâeuro;™s father-in-law and business partner, Vince Telles, who followed Kaiserâeuro;™s relocation from Los Angeles nearly 12 years ago.
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  • A Dose of Culture
  • A Dose of Culture

    First a Mexican grocery, El Mercado Del Pueblo is diving into the restaurant biz.
      smoky tender pork, rice and beans, and wrapped up in a grilled tortilla, is comfort food at its finest. The small, pillowy sopes (they%uFFFD€™re kind of like thick, round tacos) are worth a try, too. Flautas, chimichangas, tostadas, enchiladas and almost everything is less than five bucks, so you can try them all.
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  • Home on the Ranchero
  • Home on the Ranchero

    Driving 234 miles in search of great huevos rancheros.
      And alas, upon filling up a second time and making another 80ish mile trek, Round Three starts to sound like torture. We began this journey in the morning and now we need naps more than we need a third course of silky white protein awash in earthy, succulent tomato-based sauce.
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  • Drool-Worthy Mexican
  • Drool-Worthy Mexican

    El Paisa comes to Coeur d'Alene and 12 String Brewing starts pouring in the Spokane Valley.
      Living up to its name, the Mouth Watering Sweet Pork ($5.50) never had a chance as a leftover. Marinated and slow-roasted âeuro;” cook and part-owner Francisco âeuro;œPanchoâeuro;� Padillaâeuro;™s special secret recipe âeuro;” the sweet pork combines the tenderness of pulled pork with the best qualities of sweet barbecue.
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  • Hopped Up
  • Hopped Up

    Golden Hills unveils a beer style's nobody's ever even heard of. Plus, a Mexican food cart in CdA earns a following.
      is just a number to Orlando Duran. At 72, this great-grandfather of 13 and grandfather of 12 recently reopened ORLAN- DOâeuro;™S MEXICAN RESTAURANT âeuro;” a strictly take-out or call-in-and-pick-up joint âeuro;” at the busy intersection of Dalton Avenue and Highway 95 in Coeur dâeuro;™Alene.
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  • Border Crossing
  • Border Crossing

    Atilano's opens a new location in Idaho. Plus, DeLeon's closes its deli downtown.
      Adrian Gonzales describes ATILANO’S Mexican food as “authentic fast-food.” Spokane has a lot of fast-food places, he says, but there’s a hole in the market for fresh, authentic
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