We haven’t tasted them, but they sound mighty good.
The tacos come on a toasted flour tortilla with shredded romaine lettuce, a sour cream-based chili lime sauce and Caribbean salsa.
No cheese,” Fischer said. “It doesn’t need it. I promise.”
They have about 200 calories each and cost $4.99 for a pair.
Fischer said they can be mixed or matched taco.
While we are on the subject of tacos, Gustavo Arellano — a columnist and bestselling author of “Ask a Mexican ($25, Scribner) ” — gives a history of Mexican food in this nation in “Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America.”
I am reading it now.
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