Taco Tuesday: Do you know about these Venezuelan arepa tacos?

Critic Brad A. Johnson says the arepa tacos at Mil Jugos in Santa Ana are sort of like arepas but also sort of like San Antonio-style puffy tacos.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • July 2, 2019
Mil Jugos is an institution in downtown Santa Ana known for serving Venezuelan arepas (cornmeal buns), empanadas (you know what those are, right?), chachapas (sweet corn pancakes) and tostones (smashed and fried plantains) stuffed or topped with a...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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