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Published: Friday, February 4, 2011, 9:13 a.m.

What's your favorite down-home eatery in the county?

In today's A&E section Herald food critic Mark Carlson delivers a lavishly descriptive review of one of the down-homiest places in Snohomish County, Ellie's, a lunch and breakfast joint formerly known as Linda's.

It's the kind of place, he says, where the corned beef hash doesn't come out of a can, regulars refill their own coffee and tables full of guys talk about old Chevys.

Tell us: What is your favorite hole-in-the-wall, down-home restaurant in Snohomish County?

Requirements are good food, authentic atmosphere and no corporate ties.

Remember, we're always looking for places we haven't reviewed, so we take your suggestions seriously.

Comment below!

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