The host of YouTube’s popular True Mexico channel — he’s apparently a Brit (no name) living in Mexico City — goes out for tacos al pastor. The 1960s origin of the vertical rotary grill is a contentious Mediterranean issue with Turkey (doner kabobs), Greece (gyros) and Lebanon (shwarma) all claiming firsties. We don’t care. Nom Nom nom.
When in Bordeaux, France, look for the classic red VW minivan El Taco Del Diablo taco truck. The guacamole looks tasty, they serve Jarritos, and they fly the California flag and invoke the “California Spirit.” What could be bad? [Mas…]
You’re passionate, Mr. and/or Ms. Hispanic, and emotional. You like stories, and web video stories under one minute long especially. Do we have some stories for you! Also tacos, which all Hispanics love, futbol ditto, and la musica, piñatas and burros tambien. HEY! WHAT ABOUT SPICY?[Mas…]
How many times does Cinco de Mayo also fall on Taco Tuesday? Our guess is 14% of the time or 1/7th but math is hard, amiright?
But the odds are with us today (the Fourth Was With Us yesterday, and with you) so let’s get loqui with two of our favorite thematically-appropriate videos — Tacos by My Drunk Kitchen and Fresh Guacamole. Are you ready? Remember, kids don’t try these at home! [Mas…]
Last week we featured a video visit to three of London’s top taquerias — including Wahaca in Covent Garden — and today we return to Ye Merrye Olde Mother Countrye to meet the chef who spells “Oaxaca” her own especial guey. Thomasina “Tommi” Miers is the founder of England’s Wahaca Mexican restaurant chain and she […]
Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. Plates, and utensils. Some leftovers. [Video by Oscar H. Perez.]
It’s hard to find decent Mexican food in London, but critic Richard Vines found three taquerias worth visiting in a report for Bloomberg TV. We were puzzled that the Limeys spell Oaxaca “Wahaca” but then we remembered that Brits are stupid with “foreign” terms — they pronounce “filet” like “fill-it,” for example. Food critic Vines […]
Old El Paso Stand ‘N’ Stuff Tortillas — shaped like oblong bowls — are tortillas for people who can’t manage the folding and/or rolling demanded by traditional tortilla applications. While we ❤️ Danny Trejo and can’t fault him for wanting to make an honest buck, we have to ask, “Who eats this crap?” PRO TIP: […]
CL south florida >miami / dade >personals >missed connections W4M Joseph with a Beard- met on dancefloor of Bodega – w4m (south beach) Joseph— We met this past Saturday night on the dance floor of Bodega. You had just gone in for tacos with your friend who was visiting (HE WAS SO TIRED). Though you […]
Taqueros in Guadalajara put together a two-mile long line of tacos (de puerco) in an attempt to set a Guinness World Record, according to UPI: …The group in Guadalajara put together the uninterrupted line of tacos using 2,645 pounds of pork. The 9,047.24-foot-long line of tacos was constructed from ingredients from the state of Yucatan […]
In Norway, Friday night is Taco Night. Molly Jones of the Norwegian American Weekly explains: When it comes to Friday’s dinner plans, Norwegians seem to have one thing on their minds: tacos! The younger generations in Norway have coined the term “fredagstaco” to describe the cultural phenomenon of starting the weekend off with a serving—or […]