Fish Tacos

 

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I ran for the first time in a while yesterday. It was cold and windy and I breathed in gross smells from the steel mill. I had a bad headache at the end from the cold, but other than that it went as well as could be expected. If I keep that up, along with the situps and pushups, I should be one cut monkey by the time it is warm out. Here is what I’ve planned for tonight:

Tonight I’m going to El Tango Taqueria for some fish tacos and then I’m going to do the Tremont Art Walk, stopping by Eye Candy Gallery in particular for:

Brown Paper Wrapper—February 11 – March 5

Nudes in painting, drawing, photograph and batik.

Featuring the works of:
P. Alexandria
Opening Reception
Friday, February 11
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm

I was invited to this event by Jeff Hess over at Have Coffee, Will Write. I’ve gone to random places during the artwalk before, but this time I might try to do the whole thing.

11 thoughts on “Fish Tacos

  1. Though I haven’t had one, they smell quite good and are very popular down in Southern California, near the mexican border. There’s actually a whole big chunk of mexican cuisine that involves fish (think of all the costal towns, a region’s diet consists mainly of what is readily available, as well as the spanish influence), so something like fish tacos are not out of the ordinary, at all.

  2. I have eaten fish tacos in San Diego. Although the notion may not sound that appealing, they are actually quite good, almost as good as the best food I had in Old Town San Diego, lobster tacos.

  3. i will not begrudge anyone their taste for fish tacos. 🙂
    I just have such trouble with the name and the thought; it makes me not hungry at all. They may be good in fact, though I am not a big seafood fan, but I don’t think I’ll ever be able to try them!

  4. The fish tacos were great! Baked red snapper on fresh corn tortillas in a chipotle cream sauce. You could hardly taste the fish but the sauce is what made the dish. It wasn’t too strong, but it sort of soaked into your taste buds and it wasn’t until I had a bowl of ice cream later on in the evening that I realized the taste had hung around inside my tongue. Good stuff.

    Good luck in your race Kara, I’ll be running two or three miles today in the cold [although it is thankfully above freezing today]

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