March 21st is National Crunchy Taco Day!

March 21, 2017 at 5:36 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | 7 Comments

Here are today’s five food finds about tacos:   The word taco started in the 18th century silver mines in Mexico.     Taco Bell has tried to enter the Mexican market twice, fai…

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  1. I. Love. Tacos. 🌮

  2. Only crunchy ? I love them all

    • Every Taco has it’s day!

  3. This is my kind of day! lol

    • I think everyone agrees!


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