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Food for Thought 6/7/12

It's a plate of perfection in this week's Food for Thought. On the menu - four repeat top performers.

We start with the fresh, homemade flavors of Estrella's Mexican Restaurant at 1905 50th.

Next, if your looking for a fast fix head to Taco Bueno at 2520 82nd.

Lakeridge Country Club at 8802 Vicksburg Ave. sinks another hole in one in their latest health inspection.

And finally, to cool off we finish this quick trip with a sweet treat. Yo Fresh Yogurt Café at 5510 4th serves up another perfect score.

For a complete list of this week's reports click here.

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