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Old 09-13-2017, 12:52 AM   #1
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Default Worknight Taco "Quickie"

Usually my taco shindig takes at least two days to handle everything prep, marination, sides etc. all from scratch. I craved some tacos though so I cheated today. Went to my favorite taqueria by work, bought tortillas and got some house salsas, then went to Ralphs(Kroger) for the protein and the rest of the stuff.

I found some nice flap meat and a seasoned tenderloin also caught my eye. Grabbed that also for my pork fix.



Seasoned the beef by making a quick carne asada rub with what I have in my cupboards and I have most everything needed



Butterflied, tweaked the already seasoned t-loin with a few extra spices and gave it a dust of SM Cherry to replicate the sweetness a pineapple otherwise gives al pastor pork



Blackened the pork first on the retrofit BS for the al pastor effect



Beef went on next



Beef ready



Couldn't resist a piece



Pork also cooked perfect



Time to dress 'em up



Onions and cilantro



The salsas from my favorite taqueria I brought home



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Old 09-13-2017, 01:07 AM   #2
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Looks great!
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Old 09-13-2017, 02:14 AM   #3
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I can only Imagine what that tastes like, looks delicious
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Darn that smells good!!!
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If those are what you make "cheating" I can't imagine how good they would be if you didn't cheat. Delicious looking dinner for sure Sako.
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Fine job!
Cmon Joe don't lie...tell him a real man would have ground up some cow heart or pig brain to go in there......At least some face bacon!
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If those are what you make "cheating" I can't imagine how good they would be if you didn't cheat. Delicious looking dinner for sure Sako.
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Nice cheat, I have been on a taco binge lately and now I want more
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I love street tacos. You killed it on this one
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Oh, yes please!

Great thought about the SM Cherry for the Al Pastor effect.... I would've never thought of that! Grub looks fantastic, and I'm rather jealous that you have the ability to "cheat" like that.
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Awesome quickie!
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Nice job on the tacos, Sako!

I've been meaning to tell you that you should think about eating them more often...

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Nice job, beautiful looking tacos sako.
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That's still more effort than I put into my tacos. Nicely done.

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