The enchiladas were spicy and bland at the same time, very impressive feat. They appeared to have two different types of "meat" in them. Ground beef on one side and shoe leather on the other. Fajitas were bland all the way around. The sides were the best part of both meals with the beans edging out the rice slightly. I scored them as poor because it was edible.
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