… Not only did my favorite food offer tortilla-wrapped comfort when we needed it most, but its versatility, economy, and portability made it almost pandemic-proof. “There’s never been a better time to sell tacos,” Andrew Savoie, the chef and co-owner of Dallas’s Resident Taqueria, told me at the time.
BARBACOA / BARBECUE
TACOS ESTILO MATAMOROS
VEGETARIAN / VEGAN
Note: I placed this article in the Media board rather than the Texas board because of its broad range and instructive descriptions of about 25 different types of tacos which I thought was more helpful than just its reviews of eating places.
Burritos are not a Texas thing. I’m 60ish and have only had them once, a freebie at work that was vile. Who puts rice, beans and the kitchen sink inside a ridiculously large tortilla? Growing up they were never on menus.
I will happily shoot a chimichanga, what ever that is if I encounter one in the wild. I’m always looking
for an excuse to fire off one of my firearms even with the cost of ammo today .
I must say I haven’t shot a weapon in over 13 years. We went to Shiner last week and I was packing plenty of heat but the opportunity never happened.
Nah, you’re good. People who really understand fighting know that in the majority of cases, fighting is a mistake. People who really understand guns know that in the majority of cases, shooting is a mistake. And people who really understand bagpipes know that in the majority of cases, playing is a mistake.
Dumb newbies tend to believe that as soon as you know how to do something, that means you should do it. (The same thing happens when cooks start adding bacon to everything, but the results are much less disastrous than bagpipe music.)