The Taco Cannon, which debuted at Fun Fun Fun Fest in 2012, once again fights to be recognized as the world’s first.
Texans LOVE their tacos. Versatile, portable, and quick to wolf down, tacos are made with either corn or flour tortillas. In their different styles, you can trace more than half a century of Texas’s Mexican-food history.
Oil, masa, air bubbles, and the filling of your choice—do you really need anything else?
A real estate blog has released a list with quantifiable data to prove what we already knew: People in Texas really love tacos.
He wanted six tacos, and if his sword had anything to say about it, those tacos were going to be free.
My first trip to Valentina’s was on a whim. I stopped at the trailer behind the Star Bar on Sixth Street in Austin on my way out of town. A friend was writing a story on taco variations, and I thought I might be able to add a novelty to…
Fun Fun Fun Fest's most unique "headliner" returns, firing bean, cheese and tortilla ammunition—and possibly some Twinkies—across Austin's Auditorium Shores.
Breakfast! A multi-generational history of the breakfast taco, via Austin institution the Tamale House. Excerpted from the new book "Austin Breakfast Tacos."