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kp1104 Nov 30, 2010 08:19 AM

Looking for biggest, spiciest, wildest, unusual combos.... anything that makes you say wow!
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!

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    verily RE: kp1104 Nov 30, 2010 04:16 PM

    Look towards Austin's trailer scene.

    Gourdough's - Austin's answer to Voodoo Donuts in Portland
    Torchy's Tacos - creative taco fillings including the "Trailer Park" and "Dirty Sanchez"

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    Torchy's Tacos
    2809 S 1st St, Austin, TX 78704

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      kp1104 RE: verily Dec 1, 2010 07:21 AM

      Thanks! I'll check them out.

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      achtungpv RE: kp1104 Dec 1, 2010 05:52 AM

      Head down to Laredo and get an eyeball taco. I don't know of any place in Austin serves them.

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        kp1104 RE: achtungpv Dec 1, 2010 07:22 AM

        Interesting, have you tried these? Are these at a restaurant you know of?

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          achtungpv RE: kp1104 Dec 1, 2010 08:34 AM

          No. A friend from Laredo was a fan. From his description, they chop up the eyes and saute them. He swears they were tasty. I personally think the texture would be a bit creepy.

          Found a pic...http://www.burritoeater.com/tacodeojo...

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        Dave Westerberg RE: kp1104 Dec 1, 2010 08:21 AM

        The spiciest and most delicious sandwich on planet Earth is the "Garlic H-Bomb at Buster's BBQ in Lakeway (outside Austin). It's pork shoulder stuffed with garlic and Jalapenos. Then, when they fix the sandwich, they ask if you want more jalapenos and you nod vigorously. You devour it--it's impossibly good. Then, in about , oh, 30 minutes or so, your belly feels like a Enewetak Atoll circa 1952...but in a good way. Great sandwich.
        http://www.busterslakeway.com/pdf/Bus...

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          Chuckster71 RE: kp1104 Dec 3, 2010 02:10 PM

          The Mexican White Wings at hill's cafe or the tavern. It's unbreaded chicken strips stuffed with serrano peppers, wrapped in bacon, then deep fried and doused in a cayenne sauce. spicy, but great.

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