| July 18, 2014 | 11:00am
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Last year we marked the hundred day countdown to Best of Phoenix by sharing some of our favorite food folks' "Personal Best" lists. This year we're bringing back our list of 100 Favorite Dishes. Have a suggestion for a dish you'd like us to try? Leave it in the comments section or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
48. Two Meat Plate from Little Miss BBQ
See also: Little Miss BBQ: The Way Meat Was Meant to Be Cooked
You're probably going to have a lot of time to stand around and think about what you want to order when you get to Little Miss BBQ. You'll pull up and almost undoubtedly find yourself standing in a line that snakes out the door of the small dining room and into the parking lot. As you wait, you'll watch as plate after plate of perfectly smoked meats floats out to the patio -- fingers crossed the entire time that nothing sells out by the time you reach the white-tiled counter.
The best advice we can give you is to go for the Two Meat Plate, so that you can experience the restaurant's very well-received brisket and still try another meat. The ribs -- if they're still available -- are a good choice, but at least take the time to consider a portion of the wonderfully smokey pastrami and housemade sausages. The brisket is a no-brainer. After 11 hours in the smoker and a rub that combines pepper, salt, cayenne, and garlic, this meat is just about everything you could want.
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88. Kurobuta Pork Chop from Noca
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86. Maple Bacon Doughnut from Rainbow Donuts
85. Pad Khing from Nunthaporn's Thai Cuisine
84. Mariscos con Arroz from Tumi Fine Peruvian Cuisine
83. Chicago Dog from Portillo's Hot Dogs
82. Lemon Bars from Phoenix Public Market Cafe
81. Preserved Pickle and Pork Noodle Soup from Asian Cafe Express
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79. Lengua Tacos from Asadero Norte de Sonora
78. Black Licorice from Super Chunk Sweets and Treats
77. Cracker Jack from House of Tricks
76. Chicken Achari Curry from Curry Corner
75. Lavender Berry Lemonade Popsicle from AZ Pops
74. Truffle Bikini from The Tavern
73. Lemon and Basil Chicken Salad Sandwich from Essence Bakery Cafe
72. Oaxaca Special Burro from Carolina's
71. Texas Po' Boy from Texas BBQ House
70. Thai Noodle Soup from RedThai
69. Breakfast Sandwich from Lux Central
68. Deep Fried Duck with Taro from Hong Kong Asian Diner
67. Chicken Pot Pie from The Duce
66. Alfajores from El Chullo
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63. Crispy Pig Ears from Bar Crudo
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49. Oxtail Noodle Soup from China Magic Noodle House
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