Meet 3 women in the male-dominated world of tacos

Meet the women challenging old ideas about taco-making.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • February 20, 2020
In the high desert city of Hesperia, 80 miles northeast of Los Angeles, it was so cold on a recent night that the salsas outside the Tacos La Madrina food truck stiffened with frost. The weather didn’t stop customers from lining up for tacos in...
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