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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/24 01:36:31 (permalink)
Another "must watch" You Tube video for tacos al pastor lovers.
Note the second place in the video he visits in Mexico City. Very similar to our El Tizoncito in Dallas. Including the pineapple and the condiments cruet.



http://www.youtube.com/wa.h?v=wYvxWSyqZ0E&NR=1
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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/24 19:09:12 (permalink)
FoodB, nice recipes!

Twin, always great advice from you! And...always better to have someone cook those tacos for you! And... thanks for the great Dallas Tacos Al Pastor tips,
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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/24 19:27:41 (permalink)
Joe, you must try El Tizoncito in Oak Cliff to eat Tacos Al Pastor the same way.
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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/24 20:07:01 (permalink)
Twin, I will try my best to make it there.  And, Thanks again!

Till then... how we can make them at home?
Joe
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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/24 23:12:53 (permalink)
PapaJoe8

Twin, I will try my best to make it there.  And, Thanks again!

Till then... how we can make them at home?
Joe
 


Joe, personally, I wouldn't even attempt it.


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Re:Tacos Al Pastor 2010/07/25 18:48:50 (permalink)
Twin, it's easy but... since I don't have a spit it's just a home version.

I just thin slice the pork, after it has cooked a bit, right in the pot, w/ an electric knife. Then season w/ adobo and whatever else sounds good, and slow cook w/ pineapple added towards the end. I have used cheep pork roast, boneless chops, and even pork tenderloin.

Hey, it's not tha real deal but... not bad.

Hmm, that might sell in N. Dallas?   Pork Tenderloin Tacos Al Pastor. :~)
Joe

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