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  • n. Plural form of fajita.

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Examples

  • Of all the items on the menu at LaFonda Fine Mexican Restaurant & Bar, the fajitas are a standout item.

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  • "His fajitas are the best in the world," said Ryan Knoll.

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  • I recommend adding some of the chili sauce on top for a nice kick in the ass. 2 big 'fajitas' for $6.75.

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  • I suspect that the tastes of tourists and returning migrants may have helped make "fajitas" a lot more common in the Mexican heartland.

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  • Traditional Mexican food such as fajitas, arroz and frijoles will be served on a first-come first-served basis, with music from DJ Ayo and radio station La Kalle. '

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  • Lighter choice: Portobello "fajitas," hydroponic greens salad, vegetable strips salad with sesame and ginger dressing.www. biga.com

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  • He added: "Dishes such as fajitas, mixed grills and some pasta dishes have declined in popularity due to the rising cost of raw ingredients and because operators are continuing to evolve their menus in an effort to give consumers something different, something that they wouldn't cook at home.

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  • I could have ordered lamb arrachera or rabbit or shrimp fajitas as well and I know from experience that these are delicious choices.

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  • Now Hacienda is not as innovative nor as fabulous as Tabarka but if you prefer red meat or rabbit or shrimp fajitas, that´s a very good place to have dinner.

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  • It was fun and a nice place. 2 had steaks, one had fajitas and one had borrego.

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