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Karl’s Taco Stuffed Avocados

Tacos are an almost weekly meal at my house. To keep it interesting I change up the meat—wife Jan likes fish and chicken, daughter Eilene likes pork, and I like beef. I usually make enough taco filling that there is some left over for another meal, if you stretch it in some way. This week Jan spotted a recipe in a magazine for stuffed avocados and said, “make these.”

Karl's Taco Stuffed Avocados

Karl’s Taco Stuffed Avocados

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Filed under Beef, California Fusion, Main Dishes

Karl’s Weekday Tacos al Pastor (Two Versions)

For weekday meals I sometimes take shortcuts, like buying pre-seasoned meat from an ethnic market. Being Californians, tacos are very popular in my house, but when I take short cuts I usually do not post about it.  However, this one has been requested. If you happen to have a Hispanic market near you, like Chavez Market, these tacos are worth a few short cuts.

Karl’s Weekday Tacos al Pastor

Karl’s Weekday Tacos al Pastor

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Filed under Main Dishes, Pork, Sauces and Spices