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    If you like dodo's banana cream pie, it is worth driving up to Park City to try Auntie Em's. She is located in the Kimball Art Center on Kearns. IMHO, she makes the best BCP, strawberry rhubarb pie, blueberry lemon pie and bourbon pecan pie in UT. Definitely worth the trip
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    If you like dodo's banana cream pie, it is worth driving up to Park City to try Auntie Em's. She is located in the Kimball Art Center on Kearns. IMHO, she makes the best BCP, strawberry rhubarb pie, blueberry lemon pie and bourbon pecan pie in UT. Definitely worth the trip
    thanks, these look and sound amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    If you like dodo's banana cream pie, it is worth driving up to Park City to try Auntie Em's. She is located in the Kimball Art Center on Kearns. IMHO, she makes the best BCP, strawberry rhubarb pie, blueberry lemon pie and bourbon pecan pie in UT. Definitely worth the trip
    I'll second this endorsement. Auntie Em's makes a real good crust. Plus her husband is an avalanche instructor at AAI.

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    Glad you liked it. It's one of my favorites. I think I have been to mi carmelo. But need to go uh verify... I work out in that area too. We should start a weekly west side tgr taco tour.

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    I could do a taco triangle tour. Starting with this Friday at Mi Carmelo lunch time?

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    #StormMiCarmelo? I'm down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    taking phall to mi carmelo tonight for his first time. will report back
    carne quesadilla and al pastor tacos. with a coca $13 total

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    Muted, I'm sorry. My neighbor at work, who never comes into the building, came into the building today, and wanted tacos on a tight time frame. So mi caramelo it was. He is fan of El morelense as well, and so we got Al pastor and carnitas tacos. They were quite good, and we'll be back. But the Al pastor was not as tasty as morelense. Don't get me wrong, quite good. Very good.

    So, what have we learned this week? El morelense is closed on Mondays. Rancho markets can provide a good substitute if you find yourself in that situation. Mi caramelo is good as well, but even better, they are 2 for 1 tacos on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

    If you want to mix it up, you can go to Tay-do market and get a tasty banh-mi for $3.

    I'm still down to get tacos tomorrow. Man has got to eat every day.

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    Oops. Meant to include this. 6 tacos, 4 pastor, and 2 carnitas.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    If you like dodo's banana cream pie, it is worth driving up to Park City to try Auntie Em's. She is located in the Kimball Art Center on Kearns. IMHO, she makes the best BCP, strawberry rhubarb pie, blueberry lemon pie and bourbon pecan pie in UT. Definitely worth the trip
    June pies in Heber. Best crust I've had in my life. Sorry grandma. You can thank me later. Kills anything in Park City.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post

    I'm still down to get tacos tomorrow. Man has got to eat every day.

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    Meet at mi Caramelo at 12:15? Sorry for the late response, I worked 15+ hours yesterday...wife is out of town and I have two young kids, etc.

    .anyone also taco-curious and want to meet there today?

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    works for me. Parking is kind of weird there, couple spots in front, and more to the west of the building. I'll be in a black bmw sedan.

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    Damn, we have a payday bbq at work otherwise i'd be there.

    Carmelo vs. Morelense: definitely regional differences between the pastors. Both are fan-freakin-tastic, but I prefer the saltier, pineapple accompanied pastor of morelense, I also really fuckin love tostadas and the Morelense pastor tostadas are full on amazing.

    Carmelo is fantastic. the mini vampiros of crispy, cheesy goodness are insane.


    For you taco tour-ers, you can hit carmelo, morelense, then head to mi casa, off constitution, just past the voile factory. Another hidden gem over here.
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    Striped shirt, tan hat. VW white SUV with a north shore rack. I'll wait inside in the front if I park far away.

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    Caramelo al pastor tacos were good! So were the Vampiro versions. No pics of food but in the same parking lot is Wayne's Vee-Dub repair, who bought this MG replica from me years ago. I stopped by and he said he loves driving it, won't sell it, so it couldn't be in better hands. That car was bought by may parents 35? years ago, they will be psyched to see pics of it! Weird coincidence of locations.

    Also there was a sweet paint job on a VW bus there...and checked out Basin's BMW. Tacos and cars, a good combo.

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    Damn dude. I should have walked down there to check those out with you. That car is badass.
    Good tacos.
    Muted's the man.

    We need a regular tgr taco tour goin on.

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    First ___________ of the month? What day works best? I like midweek.


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    Wednesdays

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    I would make a point to make one of these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    First ___________ of the month? What day works best? I like midweek.
    I like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
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    I have a standing meeting in SLC on the second Tuesday of the month, but I have random meetings down south and could probably make whatever work.

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    I'm out of town a lot this fall, but Tuesdays and Wednesdays are usually good for me.

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    I like Fridays. More casual at work on Fridays.

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    What if we call our first taco meetup Wednesday, August 7th? I'm time flexible but need to be back in midvale (work from home down here) for a 3PM meeting

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    And it will be so. August 7th, 12 noon. Porky's on redwood and 35th?

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