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BBQ Pulled Pork & Frito Tacos

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Raining out so how bout some indoor PP tacos.

Lightly seasoned with some citrus adobo.
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Give the taco some crunchable.
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And some street taco taqueria verde and cheese.
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And some salsa.
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Looks good from here. Raining here also. I could use a taco or two!
 

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they sure look good! Could definitely devour some of them! I'll also trade some rain for this white stuff.

Ryan
 

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Thanks

And TY for the likes.
 

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Yes sir nothing wrong with tacos anytime rain or shine.

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That is a nice rainy day meal and the justification to always have PP in the freezer for just such occasion!
 

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Those are sure to hit the spot!!
 

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Looked good with the fritos , and it just kept getting better . Nice .
 

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Great Looking Stuff, you got there, Rick!!
Nice Job!!
Like.

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I grew up in south Texas in the 50's/60's and Fritos were a 'made in Texas' product. Before What-A-Burger sold French fries, they sold bags of Fritos with their burgers. Beer joints sold bags of Fritos for bar snacks. And many people did exactly what you did, added them to tacos or sandwiches (like tuna or chicken salad), or to all kinds of Mexican varieties of Frito Pie, or maybe crumbled on top of chili or with bean dip or Guacamole. Fritos (original) are still my favorite chip, along with a Dr Pepper.... another 'made in Texas' product.
 

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Those look delicious Rick!
I like every ingredient!
Al
 

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I grew up in south Texas in the 50's/60's and Fritos were a 'made in Texas' product. Before What-A-Burger sold French fries, they sold bags of Fritos with their burgers. Beer joints sold bags of Fritos for bar snacks. And many people did exactly what you did, added them to tacos or sandwiches (like tuna or chicken salad), or to all kinds of Mexican varieties of Frito Pie, or maybe crumbled on top of chili or with bean dip or Guacamole. Fritos (original) are still my favorite chip, along with a Dr Pepper.... another 'made in Texas' product.

LOL---I love Fritos!!!
But Bear Jr says they smell like Dog Feet.
Not supposed to smell them---Just eat them!!!

Bear
 

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Thanks y'all
 

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