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Williwaw
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December 19, 2018 9:18 am  

Halibut fish tacos with baja sauce. Sear up some halibut (cod works) with shallots in olive oil, toast some corn tortillas, cover in shredded cabbage and baja sauce. The baja sauce is the piece de resistance.

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/55457/baja-sauce/

 

 

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mkennedy
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December 19, 2018 9:20 am  

Go for soft tacos instead. They can still rip--use a napkin or something as a wrapper.

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Richard Imrie
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December 19, 2018 12:36 pm  
Posted by: James Fleming
Posted by: Richard Imrie

Taco Bell is opening up some restaurants in New Zealand next year. Should we be excited?

Only if:

1) You're stoned, and

2) Your budget consists of spare change found in the couch cushions 

Meanwhile, in Florida:

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Richard Imrie
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December 19, 2018 12:41 pm  
Posted by: mkennedy

Go for soft tacos instead. They can still rip--use a napkin or something as a wrapper.

Isn't that a burrito?:

1452637117909


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Norman Oklahoma
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December 19, 2018 1:29 pm  
Posted by: James Fleming

Do not appreciate grease leaking when the shell breaks.

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Pork Carnitas Street Tacos The Creative Bite 3 copy

Greasy Sloppy Joe in A Dorito

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Nobody goes to Taco Bell. You end up there.  The OP, who has never ended up at Taco Bell, cannot know that James' 2nd picture is the Taco Bell version of taco.

"Convention is like the shell to the chick, a protection till he is strong enough to break it through." Learned Hand


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Norman Oklahoma
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December 19, 2018 1:38 pm  
Posted by: Richard Imrie
Posted by: mkennedy

Go for soft tacos instead. They can still rip--use a napkin or something as a wrapper.

Isn't that a burrito?:

1452637117909

The major difference between  a taco and a burrito is the diameter of the tortilla. 

"Convention is like the shell to the chick, a protection till he is strong enough to break it through." Learned Hand


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Dave Karoly
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December 19, 2018 2:47 pm  

One time 15 years ago I was in a store which had a deli counter in Big Sur...I see Burrito Grande for 5 bucks...hmm that's a lot for a burrito...a local laborer comes in and orders one...they weren't kidding, that thing was huge, so I ordered one too.

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eddycreek
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December 20, 2018 7:18 am  

Wife and I go to the local Mexican joint about every weekend.  No matter what we order it seems like there is always a tinfoil wrapped pack of tortilla shells.  I see all these folks take their fork and fork whatever part of the salad, meat, vegetables, cheese, puddle of beans into these shells, roll them up and try to eat them before they fall all to pieces.  Always seems like a waste of corn and effort to me.  When I get it on my fork, I put it in my mouth, and leave the wrapped up shells alone.  We go there because the food and margueritas are great, just don't want to have to work so hard at it.  Always wonder how many plates that same pack of shells makes it on before somebody eats it.


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flyin solo
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December 20, 2018 8:48 am  

ain't this a cute thread.  somebody like mr. imrie might get the impression that a taco is akin to chinese 'rithmetic.

funny thing is a taco is just the spanish word for what amounts to one of the more ubiquitous food delivery systems on earth.  i've had "tacos" in china and the middle east, they just were called sumthinerothers.

and in this house a taco in some form or fashion is included in, oh, probably 3 out of every 5 meals.

(on a tangent:  as per the recent taco bell rebranding- does it look to anyone else like the printer was low on one of the color cartridges when they went to plot the logo?  like somebody just said "hell, we're in a bind, go with it."  first time i drove by one of the new signs i thought that was exactly what happened- the sign shop screwed up or something.  then i saw another one, and another one...)


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Squirltech
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December 20, 2018 10:58 am  
Posted by: Wendell

At my house, we call it "Diarrhea Bell" or "Taco Hell" since that's where the bad tacos go.

Toxic Smell

 

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Warren Smith
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December 20, 2018 11:12 am  

Coyotes transporting immigrants across the border tell their charges that, in order to acclimate to American food, they should visit a Taco Bell.  Just sayin ...

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John Putnam
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December 25, 2018 9:27 am  

Of things, they have Taco Smell, I mean Bell, in Mexico.  I have a friend from M.C. that says they are quite popular with the affluent young.  Go figure

Happy christmas 

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