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Losing an Iconic Taquero


heidih
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8 minutes ago, heidih said:

Ensenada style fish tacos are my fish taco touchstone. Sounds like he has paid a  price and I wish him well on a return to Baja. The wine country there and the food scene are quite something.  https://la.eater.com/2020/12/4/22150383/rickys-fish-tacos-ricky-pina-los-angeles-food-truck-sale

 

It sounds like this guy worked hard for a long time. I'm sorry I've never had one of his tacos.

 

What defines an Ensenada-style taco? I may never have had one. 

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Fresh white mild fish, quickly pulled through a light beer batter and pan fried. Not greasy in any way. Corn tortilla, cabbage, crema and salsa Simple, fresh tasting perfection.  Bottled cold beer needed alongside. Preferably enjoyed dockside outside the fish market  leaning over your napkin or paper plate. (ignore the bleepin cruise ships offshore) 

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