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tacotac‧o /ˈtækəʊ, ˈtɑː- $ ˈtɑːkoʊ/ noun (plural tacos) [countable]  DFa type of Mexican food made from a corn tortilla that is folded in half and filled with meat, beans etc
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tacoThe lettuce leaf can be rolled around squab mixture like a taco, -and then eaten out of hand.Bananas, tacos, onions, pecans surrounded him.Over tacos, burritos and chickpea salads, they discussed logistics, finances, wardrobes and health concerns.Food without frontiers is the norm now with quiche, tacos or tapas and coronation chicken readily supplied by outside caterers.Add the taco seasoning mix and the water, stir well and simmer for 20min. 3.The beauty of the Taco Loco is that it is like a large taco salad without all that pesky lettuce.Add the chopped tomatoes, the taco seasoning mix and the stock.Sushi restaurants that cater to techies and tony taco bars overflow at lunchtime.
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