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2008.11.12

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Lettuce? On your tacos?

It seems that you've had good luck with your tortas. I'm actually kind of jealous. Any misfires? I'm still searching but so far the torta scene in oakland is kind of depressing.

susan in HK

Oh Robyn, I'm salivating - that looks so good.

Lizzie

We're experiencing a bit of a burrito revolution in London, but nothing as good as you've described and pictured :(

Xander

This is cruel. I have less than three weeks until I'm in New Mexico, yet you're making it seem like eons by parading that charred green chili in front of me. That torta looks unbelievable. I'll admit that it reminds me more of my college years in Southern California than my youth in Albuquerque (as do those tacos- I don't remember ever getting lime on my plate)-- but I'd be willing to drive up to Santa Fe for it none the less. And eek, how blue is that sky?? -X

Tu Cong Van

I love your food photos. Great shots!!!

dena

always excited to find something right here in santa fe!! so, mmmm, we read this, and had to give it a try--- yes, every bit as good as advertised- i'm not really excited by pork, so tried the pollo tacos- served with the tomato and lettuce on the side, add if you wish, my friends had al pastor tacos and burrito barbacoa- the barbacoa is really fatty, greasy, and tons of it- apparently this is the way it is meant to be... the al pastor tacos were declared a success... mexican food, rather than new mexican, and a whole market filled with mexican imports, from pinatas to made in mexico strawberry jam.. quite a find- thank you!!

dena

always excited to find something right here in santa fe!! so, mmmm, we read this, and had to give it a try--- yes, every bit as good as advertised- i'm not really excited by pork, so tried the pollo tacos- served with the tomato and lettuce on the side, add if you wish, my friends had al pastor tacos and burrito barbacoa- the barbacoa is really fatty, greasy, and tons of it- apparently this is the way it is meant to be... the al pastor tacos were declared a success... mexican food, rather than new mexican, and a whole market filled with mexican imports, from pinatas to made in mexico strawberry jam.. quite a find- thank you!!

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