Rito Loco (Washington)

<strong>RibRito:</strong> This burrito probably won't take that long to eat, but a lot of time went into making it. A 48 hour dryrub followed by 6 hours of braising make for one tasty burrito. <br><br>

( Rita Loco photo / May 31, 2013 )

RibRito: This burrito probably won't take that long to eat, but a lot of time went into making it. A 48 hour dryrub followed by 6 hours of braising make for one tasty burrito.

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