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Sunday, 31 July 2016





Hmmm...mi hermanito requested Tacos El Gordo when he gets into town later this month. We may need to go a little further South.


It was Kat!

Well, depending on how hungry and can start at the El Pescador Truck, then El Gordo, then Selecta (the tacos are small), then back to the Toys R Us parking lot and split a Tortas Ahogadas from El Gallito. That sound like a full day!


Love me curbside taco service.
The only way to roll especially in Ca


Totally Billy...totally!


Ah the place that used to be Woo Chee Chong. Brings back memories. The days before Mitsuwa, Marukai and Nijiya. It was here and Hiro Shoten down the street for Asian groceries growing up.


Hey Junichi - Someone did mention that on my original post for Mercado Internacional 2000.

Ed  (from Yuma)

I've noticed a similarity between certain al pastors and char siu too. Looks good!

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