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José R. Ralat
Taco writer. food editor, & taco contributor. Forthcoming book (UT Press). My dogs are named Beans & Cheese.
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A fresh chile goes through a name change when smoked/dried. A poblano, for example, becomes an ancho. Also, there are 27.3 million eligible Latino voters. Register!
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José R. Ralat Sep 20
Replying to @HistoryCounts
You got this! 💪🏽
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José R. Ralat Sep 19
Replying to @bigjondaniel @extramsg
I like 281.
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José R. Ralat Sep 19
Replying to @extramsg @bigjondaniel
Yep.
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José R. Ralat Sep 19
Replying to @extramsg
So damn tempting. Your plan fits into a potential project I've been thinking about.
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José R. Ralat Sep 19
Replying to @serenamaria36 @LATACO
I don't know why I wasn't following you already. I've read your work for quite some time. Detroit looks to be a great city for Mexican food.
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José R. Ralat Sep 19
Tortilleria La Sabrocita in Denton.
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
Celebrated my son’s birthday with a dinner of border food. He had steak. I had tacos de cabrito en salsa. @ El Ranchito Restaurant
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
I'd be remiss if I did not thank for pointing me toward the SLC burger chain. Also, I just realized it's something called . Good timing, I guess.
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
Because sometimes not tacos: Here's a little something I wrote about Crown Burgers' a-ma-zing pastrami burger.
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
Psyched to see New Worlder, a website I love, give C&I a mention for 's write-up. The magazine's staff and contributors work their asses off for the annual food issue. And Jackie is awesome.
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
I've got projects coming up that will answer that question.
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José R. Ralat Sep 18
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Gustavo Vela Sep 17
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José R. Ralat Sep 17
. mayor adds much-needed humor to the Texas taco wars.
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José R. Ralat Sep 15
I don’t know what this “Austin-style” thing, probably some half-baked New York spin to make Texas palatable, but I do like breakfast tacos, from South Texas & Mexico.
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José R. Ralat Sep 15
Chicago is absolutely a taco town, an overlooked one at that. The city has a deep and engaged Mexican and Mexican-American culture. It deserves attention and respect. And is your man for all things Chicagoland tacos.
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José R. Ralat Sep 15
What I think should happen is you have me on to talk tacos.
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José R. Ralat Sep 15
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José R. Ralat Sep 15
If it’s the weekend, it’s barbacoa. I could go for some Vera’s barbacoa right about now.
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