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Tuesday, February 05, 2002

On the other hand, here's a guy I could chow down with: Steve Sutter, author of Steve's Field Guide to Berkeley Burritos. Although I would quibble with his description of "meat adjuncts" as "superfluous and distracting," I can only agree with his methodology ("In some dingy corner of the burrito shop you may see some utensils -- AVOID THIS AREA! You must eat the entire burrito by slowly peeling back the layers of tin foil and revealing the sumptuous gustatorial paradise within. Extra salsa is traditionally added as each layer is consumed. In an emergency, tortilla chips may be used to re-engineer the stack.")


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