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Calle 75 Sreet Tacos Hand out photo ▪ Get some tacos Boise style.
Try a corned beef and cabbage duo on tacos ($4), fajitas ($16) and nachos ($12).
No trip to Austin is complete without consuming a few tacos, some barbecue, and a beer or two.
For example, tacos are served in raw collard green leaves, and a tamal is made from quinoa instead of corn.
Mexican Shredded Beef Serve this shredded beef over a bed of rice, in taco shells, or even in lettuce leaves, and definitely top with plenty of guac.
Heat two tortillas per taco in the oil, being careful not to oversaturate the tortillas with oil.
Per taco: 185 calories (percent calories from fat, 4), 15 grams protein, 29 grams carbohydrate, 4 grams fiber, 1 gram fat (0.2 gram saturated fat), 26 milligrams cholesterol, 562 milligrams sodium.
The announcement was short on details, but the menu will have tacos, bowls, salads and snacks drawn from travels; it's being developed by chef Alex Sazama and Hospitality Democracy partners Joe and Angie Sorge.
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Origin and Etymology of taco
First Known Use: 1901See Words from the same year
TACO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of taco for English Language Learners
: a Mexican food that consists of a folded and usually fried piece of thin bread (called a tortilla) that is filled with meat, cheese, lettuce, etc.
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