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Last week's FroYo fix inspired a Valley-wide brain freeze, so this week we're turning up the heat, and upping the ante.

The first person who correctly names the place where we chowed down on this spicy number gets a $25 gift certificate to Coach & Willie's. Make sure to leave a valid email with your guess, so we can award your prize. 

What've you got to lose? Take a stab at it: Where am I eating? 

Last week's stumper was a fully loaded FroYo sundae from Cherry on Top in North Scottsdale. And we thought the cherry on top was a dead giveaway... 

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