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Old 10-28-2018, 02:15 PM
Location: Indianapolis, East Side
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Gas and water are billed together in Indianapolis. My most expensive bill for gas, water and electricity was last February at $280.

My parents in the Denver area had $400/month gas and electric bills: large house + no insulation + enjoying fresh air with the front door open in the winter will do that.
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Old 10-28-2018, 09:11 PM
Location: SoCal, but itching to relocate
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Originally Posted by sheerbliss View Post
Market District at 116th & Illinois has a Mexican food stand inside--along with a salad bar, soul food stand and sushi. That's the best Mexican food I've had here. Mostly, I make my own--I can't find chili verde for love nor money. Pasture-raised pork is available, and the climate and cheap real estate make it easy to grow your own tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers and herbs.

My canned salsa sold out in 20 minutes at work. (The pickles hardly moved.) So there is an appreciation for Mexican food here.
Rats! We were right near Market District, as it turns out. Next time, I guess.

Yeah, when we returned home and I was describing our so-so Mexican food experience to my husband, I suggested we may be better off making our own, anyway. And growing some of our own ingredients sounds like a great idea!
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Old 10-28-2018, 09:47 PM
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There is a new authentic Mexican restaurant in Carmel that you might like. It is a family owned place called Loren and Mari’s. It is near 116th and Keystone. Everything is fresh and house made, including chips and salsa.

I have been disappointed with most of the Mexican restaurants here, most of the food bland, the chips are poured out of a bag and the salsa from a jar.
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Old Today, 06:06 PM
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If you like Rubio's, try Tijuana Flats in Fishers.
If you like low key taco/burrito places in SoCal, try Leonardo's on Michigan Rd just south of Carmel.

Spent 3 years in San Diego(Chula Vista) and 18 months in Carmel. I loved both places!
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