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Mid-Week In Reviews

tarascos.jpgSome dishes have drug-like effects, which seems to be the case in Westword critic Laura Shunk's review of Tarasco's New Latin Cuisine. For example, the "fog of bliss" created by mole: "My friend's voice faded as the velvety stew spread over my teeth and tongue with a pleasant, tingling heat, leaving first a twinge of sweetness, then palate-cleansing earth, then sweetness again until the sensations were inextricably linked, layered and all present at once, each flavor subtly showcased simultaneously." [Westword]