- n. Plural form of taco.
“And then it will rain tacos from the sky and all the ghosts of dead baby seals will rise up and club seal hunters to death.”
“I've always had a bit of an inferiority complex when it comes to some of the dishes I cook, especially my Mexican food and what I call my tacos.”
“CA Mexican food just ain't the same - fish does not belong in tacos!”
“I pressed a tight smile, eyeing him with distain and rebellion, walked deliberately toward him, thrust my arm out grabbed … … …. .my order of tacos from the bar and exit. tonyburton”
“Fried, grilled, in tacos, served as a starter with queso fresco.”
“Danny´s concept for a high-end bar serving hamburgers and seafood tacos is a bit unusual for this town and is modeled after popular beach bars in Baja on the Sea of Cortez but he has a great property and great food and cocktail ideas.”
“Jamie found Indian tacos from a truck in Philly, Kevin found a good spot for soups and sandwiches on Reade St., and I had my first taste of L.A. ramen (with extra back fat, naturally.)”
“On it's own the beef would be too bland but when you add all the other ingredients together combined with how fresh and hot the tacos are the weakness of the meat is disguised.”
“What to eat: The tacos are a no-brainer, but if you're feeling adventurous, try Simon's favorite dish, the chilaquiles ($7.50), a generous hunk of tortilla casserole immersed in spicy chipotle-tomato sauce.”
“Texas Monthly already called their tacos the Best in Texas, and we once wrote a cover story about the truck stop itself, calling it the best truck stop in the world or something like that.”
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