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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
This is called Kokoretsi ..... it is the organs of a lamb or goat (liver, kidneys, heart) cut in pieces and put on skewer and then the goat or lambs intestines after been cleaned thoroughly is wrapped around the organs and cooked over coals. ITS DELICIOUS !!!!!
Sounds somewhat like Haggis.
Just thinking the exact thought myself mate, in fact I've got a Mcsweens in the fridge so dinner will be haggis/neeps/tatties, yum yum.
Hi quicktoys2, and thanks for the explanation. I know it is delicious, but I didin't have the chance to eat it this time, however I had a car load of it last summer at Thassos with another car load ouzo.
And unfortunatelly I couldn't find Bapbatianni for I told that it was Mytilini's speacial ouzo :eek1
Taqueria San Jose, North Beach SF (it's this blurry in real life):
Taqueria La Mexicana, also SF, can't remember where exactly. That day, I just walked until I found a taqueria:
Taqueria Zorro, Columbus Street, North Beachish SF:
Taqueria Can Cun, Market Street SF. Absolutely fantastic:
Taqueria Castillo, SF Tenderloinish nearish Market:
Tacos La Playita, Napa CA. Most excellent:
Taqueria Bravo, Willits CA. Good stuff:
The origin of all that is excellent in a Mission-style burrito, Taqueria La Cumbre, Valencia Street, Mission, SF:
A great stop, Taqueria Lalo, North State Street, Ukiah CA:
Dammit. Now I want a burrito.
Well you have it easy--just go see Daral over to Amigas on 5th Street.
Kris..... you return us to credability with 'ground food'.
Now that's a feast
Cascade Burger @ Birdsview Burgers. Concrete, Washington. Hamburger, sausage, bacon, cheese, & all the trimmings.