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Taco News Roundup ~ April 2, 2008

10:46 AM PDT on April 2, 2008


Taco news is coming into the TACO HQ faster then we can manage, as reports of the taco lifestyle exploding in popularity are arriving from every corner of the globe. To wit, our roundup this week covers Mexico, Australia and even Northern California. Enjoy, and remember to send us your taco tips, reviews, and pictures here.

TACO TRUCKS: New Regulations Aimed at Mobile Food Vendors
MASSIVE: World's Fattest Man Lives in Mexico, Loves Tacos
OZ: Tasty Tacos in North Perth, Australia
NORCAL: Looking for fish tacos at Lake Tahoe? El Sancho is the Place
FOOL: Nokia Invents Taco Phone
MEXICO: Tacos Don Felix in San Miguel De Allende: Superb
D.F.: Check out the Pastor at El Tinzoncito
WASHINGTON: A Review of Señor Taco in Federal Way, WA

Photo: La Michoacana by Kent Wang

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