Real Mexican food


#1

@Oak Is this the place you think? I heard it’s good, found the menu online…


#2

What’s it called and where is it?


#3

it’s in a Hispanic grocery store here, Mi Familia I think is the name…


#4

saw this guy cooking in this little tent last night in Sonoma so I stopped and got a real taco… he didn’t put any salsa on it though. I’ve seen radishes with tacos at other places too… $2.50


#5

Next time ask them for salsa.


#6

Oh man that looks delicious


#7

There’s a regional chain up here that has these pickled carrots available, they’re not really pickled but they’re brined or vinegared(?) and a bit spicy.


#8

Weird pickled stuff scares me


#9

There’s a taco joint or taco truck on every corner out here. I’ll stop at this one truck soon and get a photo of theirs… Excellente


#10

red onion pickled in lemon juice then added to a taco

fantastic!


#11

I would probably like that, from what I get, a real taco is meat, onion, cilantro, salsa.


#12

real taco can be many things

beans, potatoes, etc…


#13

Just saying what I usually encounter.


#14

Yeah, mostly meat. It’s what people like a lot.


#15

Is it a crime to love true Mexican AND tacobell?

:thinking:


#16

It looks like cat puke.


#17

No, just as long as you understand that Taco Bell is fast food.


#18

Does not.


#19

It was great, but I’m getting ready to go find this taco truck that’s really good, starving.


#20

Pickled carrots with jalapeño are my favorite side with chips and salsa