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Tuesday, 18 January 2011



I love this post! To be able to see where and what you eat is so perfect, because every town has their own gems. I so want to drive to Yuma just to see this part of America, and to seek out places like this instead of just driving through wherever I am. I think I have a New Year Resolution.
Those shrimp do look good...and I am wondering how long it takes to cook a 3 pound burger, since that is kind of more like a meatloaf...


Some fancy looking tacos from a roach coach.


Those tacos look so good! We've been on a fish taco kick lately so of course now I'm dying for some.

ed (from Yuma)

Thanks Cathy. This is an amazing area. I have not eaten at Jersey's, but I think the 3 pounder proabably has multiple patties. I just wish these places were closer to me. The tacos are pretty good looking, bill. I also think the fixed locations and competition keep all of them on their toes. Oddly enough, I have never seen a real cucaracha at any taco truck in town. I love fish tacos also, Carol. Almost a perfectly balanced tasty treat: deep fried crunch, soft corn tortilla, spicy salsa, mellow crema, cabbage, seafood flavor. All good stuff when done right.

Jimmy M

Those look really good, I am going to have to try them the next time I visit my parents in the Foothills.


Nice. Glad to see that the unofficial Yuma taco foodcourt seen is alive and well, even if I haven't made it out there recently (closest I've gotten is Eloy)


How awesome, those are some very fine looking tacos. Has anyone ever ordered the 3 lb burger? is that something people share? dang...

ed (from Yuma)

Seriously, Jimmy, these places are amazingly good. So much better than Mi Fajita. Don't know if the trucks are worth driving all the way over here, rich, but certainly worth the trip from downtown Yuma. Yes, fh, someone has ordered the 3 pounder. Stay tuned to this channel to read about it!!

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