NYC Taco Hunting: Have You Tried These Rare Tacos?

In theory, the taco is a simple food: tortilla, filling, maybe some garnish, done. But there’s an incredible variety of what you can stick in that tortilla well beyond the usual chicken-beef-pork. From eggs (beyond breakfast tacos) to off-off cuts (eyes, anyone?) to fried bugs, the taco comes in many flavors, and if you hunt around New York’s taquerias and restaurants, you can find some examples well beyond the standards.

from Serious Eats

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