Wednesday, July 09, 2014

La Tacopedia. Enciclopedia del Taco

Review by Ariadna Sánchez
Tacos are consider the most emblematic Mexican dish around the world. Tacos also contribute to the creation of the Mexican identity in every single bite.

La Tacopedia. Enciclopedia del Taco is the result of an exhausted research by Alejandro Escalante and Editors Déborah Holtz and Juan Carlos Mena. This book gives the readers an amazing journey through history and one-of-a-kind taquerias in Mexico City.  Taquerias serve a variety of options giving the customer a rainbow of succulent alternatives to enjoy.  La Tacopedia. Enciclopedia del Taco is written only in Spanish and has already printed their second edition. So if you want to practice your Spanish this summer here is a great opportunity while preparing some tacos, molotes, quesadillas, and tlayudas.  Mmmmmmmmm

The book contains mouthwatering recipes and stunning photographs that will make your senses go wild. Run to the local library and check out La Tacopedia. Enciclopedia del Taco for more interesting facts. Reading gives you wings ¡Qué ricos son los tacos!


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