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great take-out tamales in Rhinebeck

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adorno Jun 25, 2008 02:55 PM

Since a lot of locals have been raving about the upscale -- and expensive -- tamales at the Farmer's Market, I thought I'd put in a plug for the ones at the Oaxacan store at Spring Brook plaza (the little mini-mall across from the Fair Grounds). They have them only on Sundays but they are really good and very inexpensive (1.50) and they're authentic. I love patronizing a small business like this and would encourage others to do so. They're really nice there and deserve business.

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    jayjay RE: adorno Jun 25, 2008 09:30 PM

    Thank you for the recommendation.

    I'd also like to recommend the burrito trailer in Red Hook. It's located just north of the intersection of Route's 299 and 9G; right next to the farm stand. They have a large parking area and a large grassy area containing one large picnic table (and umbrella), two benches and a blanket. When I was there, there were about a dozen cars in the lot and people were scattered throughout the grass and also eating in their cars (with the a/c on.

    Besides three types of drinks (soda, water and fruit punch) they offer three food selections consisting of a rice and beans burrito (with and without guacamole) and a cheese quesadilla. Prices range from about $3.50 to 6.50. The portions are huge. I ate half of it for lunch and brought the rest home.

    This was the first time I ordered from a "truck" so I can't compare it to other burritos sold from a vehicle. However, I can definitely say that it was tasty.

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      adorno RE: jayjay Jun 26, 2008 05:56 AM

      Friends of mine have RAVED about that truck (and they are Manhattanites with lots of points of comparison. I'm dying to try it!

    2. georgeb RE: adorno Jun 27, 2008 06:32 AM

      Great, thanks for the recommendation. I'll stop by on Sunday and get some.

      Also, the name of the burrito trailer at Montgomery Farms is Bubby's Burritos. They are a seasonal business from around Memorial Day to around Labor Day. Sadly for me, a confirmed meat eater, their choices are vegetarian only.

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        jayjay RE: georgeb Jun 27, 2008 11:55 AM

        Does anyone know of other burrito/taco trucks in the Mid Hudson Valley?

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