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Saturday, November 17, 2012

The ginkgo open line

Posted By on Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 4:11 PM

  • GINKGO GLORY: On Hill Road.

I mentioned on this week's podcast that my favorite tree has reached its customary Thanksgiving week glory. Not much else to report beyond that sight except a fine plate of tacos at a taco truck new to me - La Tapatia on Col. Glenn on the parking lot of the Martinez Family Market. Were those nubbly corn tortillas homemade? Tasted like it. Three for $4.10, sprinkled with plenty of onions and chopped cilantro. Salsas were fiery, particularly the creamy verde.

LA TAPATIA: Worth a stop on Col. Glenn.
  • LA TAPATIA: Worth a stop on Col. Glenn.


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