The Great Taco Hunt blog

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improviser
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The Great Taco Hunt blog - Wed, 02/7/07 6:01 PM
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http://tacohunt.blogspot.com/

I haven't had a chance to read much of it but the pictures look delicious.

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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Thu, 02/8/07 2:17 PM
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thanks for the link

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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Thu, 02/8/07 4:26 PM
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I've had The Great Taco Hunt on my favorites for months, now.

Great blog.

-SWOG

improviser
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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Sun, 02/11/07 7:15 PM
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I'll have to tell my friend in LA about this blog.

Those delicious looking pictures caused me to crave tacos from a local place in Clemson (actually, that's a lie, I always crave Super Taco tacos). Yesterday I stopped in and ordered a red chili taco, a green chili taco, a veggie taco, and chips and salsa. Blew my diet all to heck, even though I spread the goodness out over two meals, but totally worth it.

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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Mon, 02/12/07 5:55 AM
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Nice link.. Thanks!
But what gives with the sliced radishs served at alot of these places? Yuk..

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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Mon, 02/12/07 10:14 AM
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Uncle, that's always been the standard Garnish, along with peppers, carrots, onions to add in or eat on the side.

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RE: The Great Taco Hunt blog - Mon, 02/12/07 10:46 AM
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Radishes are a pretty standard garnish because they are a bit spicier than other vegetables, thus more appealing to a cultural palate that frequently likes spicier foods.