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FoodTexas Taco Editor Believes That Burritos Should Be Considered Tacos

17:20  15 september  2019
17:20  15 september  2019 Source:   delish.com

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“The taco is a quick, easy, perfect food,” Texas Monthly’s newly appointed taco editor , José R. Ralat, said. I recently spoke with Ralat by phone about his new gig; in our conversation, which has been edited for length and clarity, we also explored how to categorize burritos , why tacos are essentially

America's first ' taco editor ' makes bold claim that burritos are actually just tacos . José R. Ralat was named taco editor of the Texas Monthly magazine He made a bold claim in an interview this week saying he believes burritos are actually just tacos . Ralat said his opinion wasn't controversial and

When news hit that Texas Monthly hired food writer José R. Ralat to be Taco Editor, we freaked the eff out. We cook, eat, and write about food all day, and consider ourselves pretty damn lucky. But an entire career centered around eating tacos?! That’s next-level.

Texas Taco Editor Believes That Burritos Should Be Considered Tacos© Facebook / Chipotle José R. Ralat, taco editor, thinks burritos should be considered tacos.

As we’ve reported before, José seems extremely qualified for the position. He ran the blog Taco Trail for years, and he’s the co-founder of Taco Libre, Dallas’s annual taco and musical festival. But, in an interview with The New Yorker, the most envied editor in America made a pretty bold and controversial statement that has given us pause: He thinks burritos should be considered tacos.

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Texas Monthly's newly-appointed taco editor has some spicy views on burritos : namely, that they don't exist. The Puerto Rico-born, New York-bred Texan of 10 years insists this opinion is not controversial, naming two Mexican books on burritos ’ history that back up his argument.

There are crunchy tacos , soft tacos , puffy tacos , big tacos , taquitos, and even bowl-shaped tacos , among others. Generally, the differences between breakfast burritos and breakfast tacos are fairly negligible, the most recognizable distinctions being that the former are constructed with larger tortillas

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According to José, it’s not a new opinion, it’s just not something that’s discussed. He claims that two books, Los Tacos de México and La Tacopedia, support his idea. They explain that, yes, burritos are large, folded tortillas, but they are still tacos.” Though personally, he’s not much of a fan. “I don’t understand why you would want to eat something that big in one sitting. That doesn’t make sense to me. But it does make sense to me that they count as tacos.”

Regardless of his skepticism, or what you believe defines a “taco,” José will be covering burritos...along with dishes like Mexican pizza and Mexican burgers, both of which kinda scare him. Don’t worry—in the interview, he doesn’t try to say that they too are tacos.

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