Taco Tuesday: Pork al pastor at home for days

Critic Brad A. Johnson says you can make off like a bandit with this family-style taco kit from Irvine’s Taquiero Taco Patio
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • July 14, 2020
Taquiero Taco Patio in Irvine maintains one of the most impressive trompos in Orange County. The trompo is that vertical rotisserie that resembles a giant, spinning top. The spit is stacked with layers and layers of marinated pork al pastor, which...
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