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  1. #151
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    When I lived in Mexico, Birria tacos were a Sunday afternoon habit at a little place in Bucerias. Good Birria is food for the gods. More taco porn below - Carnitas tacos, Taqueria Vallarta, Santa Cruz. I miss that place too..Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #152
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    ^^^ Raton? That’s some tough duty. Glad there was food you liked.

    Here’s some Taco Fundación porn. The goat is top left. Pretty simple, the meat is ground, slow cooked in red chile sauce, then put in the shell with some corn kernels and the cilantro sauce. The front staff wouldn’t give me details or let me talk to the kitchen. Very delicious.
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    Will likely bust out the goat leg for tacos Saturday night. As I said, yer invited. Pm for directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    Some of the purists here should confront the Indians selling these and straighten them out:
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    Where's the curry?

    I'm making tacos tonight. Simple, graceful, tacos. Hello, Tuesday.

    I promise not to offend anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Mmmmm, great minds think alike. Way back when I was stuck in Raton for a month I regularly gorged on these at some hole in the wall diner - owned by apaches IIRC. Fry bread, some crappy slow cooked cut of cow, smothered in green chiles with a little cotija sprinkled on top.
    Shit. Never had one, now I want one.

  5. #155
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    I was wondering whether to bring up the Indian/Navajo taco. Popular in the southwest, the ‘shell’ is frybread. Some of the purists here should confront the Indians selling these and straighten them out:
    I always give the Native Americans a pass when it comes to cultural appropriation. I think they've earned it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayPowHound View Post
    Again, I argue that by definition burritos require beans.
    You're wrong.

    NTTAWWT.


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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    I always give the Native Americans a pass when it comes to cultural appropriation. I think they've earned it.
    Especially since indigenous peeps invented the tortilla...
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    In my entire life, I have never had a burrito with beans in it.

    That's a long time, and a lot of burritos.

    Although, I am putting beans in my taco.

    'Murka (new or old).

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    If you're in San Diego, go to this place and get the Shrimporizo: http://www.elpulposd.com/#!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    In my entire life, I have never had a burrito with beans in it.

    That's a long time, and a lot of burritos.

    Although, I am putting beans in my taco.

    'Murka (new or old).

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    I don't think I've had a burrito without beans?

    not once, ever
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

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    A very tasty one, thank you. I don't need your bean filler!

    I'm not a bean fan. Give me a brekie with green chile eggs and cheese, give me cheek meat with crema and guac. Don't needs those fillers.

    But, I will redeem myself. Wait for it.

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    Smoked ribs pulled with quick pickled escarol, with white beans chili and onion marinated in lime, cumin, mex oregano.

    Corn. Soft. Dinner.

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    I'll get my riboflavin somewheres else thankyee n stick to the legumes

    eta; i'm not saying anything new; mexicanish cuisine as a whole done right, is healthy.

    Good Carnitas or Pernil beats any kinda ribs any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gepeto View Post
    I'll get my riboflavin somewheres else thankyee n stick to the legumes

    eta; i'm not saying anything new; mexicanish cuisine as a whole done right, is healthy.

    Good Carnitas or Pernil beats any kinda ribs any day.
    I rendered the ribs for 2 hours in 4 types of chilis. Basically carnitas with crunchy fatty bits.
    Divine. The balance from the touch of balsamic and rice wine vinegar in the escarol coupled with the salt and green chile in the beans. To die for. Could have fed an army of Mexicans.

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    Tacos are hawt.

    Bring forth moar pr0n.
    watch out for snakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Shit. Never had one, now I want one.
    As you should - those things are fucking DELICIOUS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    As you should - those things are fucking DELICIOUS.
    Indian Tacos? I wasn’t impressed, but maybe it was just the place I tried them at.

    I came here to praise New Mexican Mexican food. I ran across a place in Clovis called Leal’s that has the best Mexican food I’ve ever tasted.

    I since learned while looking them up that they are actually a small family owned chain of TexMex restaurants that started in Muleshoe Tx and drifted over the line into Clovis. If you ever find yourself passing through Clovis (or Muleshoe or Amarillo) at dinner time, it is worth a stop.

    Try their Crispy Rellenos Grande: two crispy fried rellenos covered with Hatch green chile con queso served over a bed of tender savory brisket. Simply amazing food.

    Sorry, what were we talking about again, tacos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    I was wondering whether to bring up the Indian/Navajo taco. Popular in the southwest, the ‘shell’ is frybread. Some of the purists here should confront the Indians selling these and straighten them out:
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    There’s a restaurant around here that does these pretty well. Kachina Cantina. They just opened another one in LODO I think.


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    What about fish tacos?

    Like a good carp or flounder.
    watch out for snakes

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    If you're in Austin for any amount of time, please do yourself a favor and go to http://www.discadatx.com/
    Order a Mexican Coke made with cane sugar, unbelievable combo.

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    Customer complains to police after Taco Bell restaurant runs out of tacos

    Louisiana police: ‘We can’t make this stuff up’

    Caller upset at absence of ‘both hard and soft taco shells’
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    What about fish tacos?

    Like a good carp or flounder.
    There is a place in the food pantheon for crispy fish tacos on flour tortillas (Baja style).
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    Indian Tacos? I wasn’t impressed, but maybe it was just the place I tried them at.
    Probably - the ones I've had have been fucking DELICIOUS. I'd love to get some authentic ones from the side of the road in New Mexico... maybe I'll do a road trip just to find some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    There is a place in the food pantheon for crispy fish tacos on flour tortillas (Baja style).
    I had quite a few fish tacos on holiday in Cabo, and was never served one on a flour tortilla.

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