Celebrating Cinco de Mayo – Everything You Need to Know About Eating Tacos from Food Network

Reblogged from Budget Bi Rite Insurance

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Most taco’s are made with hamburger with Mexican spices added and placed into a taco shell with toppings such as cheese, lettuce and tomato.Other taco’s can be made with chicken, fish and pork that are very good as well, but what about the authentic Mexican tacos.  This video from Food Network shows you how they are made and the best combinations of meats, salsas and toppings.

 

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