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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