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Taco News Roundup ~ October 5th, 2007

2:12 PM PDT on October 5, 2007

TACO MANG

The taco lifestyle marches on, here are the stories getting traction in the taco-sphere this week:

Reporter's Fish Taco Campaign Gathers Steam
A dining reporter for the Chicago Tribune has taken his love of Baja-style fish tacos to the streets in a campaign that has received an overwhelming response from the public and the local restaurant community.

Ant Tacos? Yummy
how about ant-fortified tacos? This site introduces Westerners to the idea that many commonly encountered insects are edible. Indeed, most are lower in fat—and higher in protein—than beef, lamb, pork, or chicken.

Comedian: I love Carnitas Tacos
Angelina Jolie Has Taco Fever
... And So Does Uma Thurman
TacoTown (Austin): Eva's Botanitas Is Tasty
October 4 was National Taco Day
That's nice and all, but every day is taco day around here... isn't that right, Taco Man?

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