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Tacos: The romance of taco trucks isn’t lost on me.
Street food goes mainstream The past few years have seen the humble taco dominate much of the conversation.
Some Houston taco trucks serve mollejas or sesos, along with kiosks at the big outdoor Latino flea markets on weekends.
In an earlier version of this article, the photos for the swordfish and crab tacos and the carnitas and pig head tacos were incorrectly switched.
At Longboard's, the menu will consist of eight to 10 styles of tacos influenced by the traditional street food of Latin America, the release stated.
Pinello also stops at Tacconelli’s in Port Richmond, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Pizzeria Beddia with owner Joe Beddia, and visits South Street for a Philly taco with inventor Jeff Barg (a former Philly Weekly writer).
The 10 top sodium-laden food categories are breads, pizza, sandwiches, cold cuts and cured meats, soups, burritos and tacos, savory snacks (including chips, popcorn, pretzels and crackers), chicken, cheese, and eggs and omelets.
Chicken fajita taco with onions and peppers on a handmade flour tortilla from the lunch buffet at from El Jarro de Arturo.
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Origin and Etymology of taco
First Known Use: 1901See Words from the same year
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