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Immigrant family's Mexican staple spices up Carrboro cuisine 

Celia Gutierrez has been making tamales and other Mexican food in her Carrboro apartment for more than 15 years. Gutierrez serves plates of hand-made tacos, sopes, quesadillas and tamales. On Sundays she makes menudo, a Mexican soup that is said to cure hangovers.

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