E us a look at some of this year's mexican food at the fair for a while.
You can see some of their colorful papel picado behind me.
They say this summer's fair is one of the best in years.
"we've been struggling through the years because of the smoke, because of the heat.
But this year, it's wonderful."
It's casa amiga's 8th year at the fair.
A couple things keep them coming back each year.
"it's about the community.
It's about the fairgrounds.
And it's about everybody having fun and enjoying themselves."
Casa amiga says coming to the fair lets them share their culture and food.
They say if you're new to their food, try a burrito bowl.
"it steps outside of the conventional burrito wrapped in a tortilla.
We put everything in a bowl and you can walk around.
That's what we recommend."
Their bowls come with home made salsa.
If you've been coming to the fair for a while, you'll recognize this booth.
"we've been doing it for close to thirty years now."
It's a family business.
They drive down from portland each year just to run this booth.
"we still like the kind environment that the people give us so we like coming back and we enjoy it.
It's a home away from home."
Their food is home made too.
"the food that we serve out our window is what we eat ourselves."
Both booths tell me they don't plan on leaving the fair any time soon.
"you said the magic word.
It's always fun."
food vendors-tag casa amiga tells me they're trying their hand at fried fair food.
This year, they'll have fried taquitos.
Live at the josephine county fairgrounds, ashley tsao, newswatch