Taco Glossary is a glossary was created to help turn anyone into a Taco Expert. Taco Glossary lists every taco we could think of.Add Your Taco Taco Glossary
Your probably wondering what is a taco glossary? Well a taco glossary is what Tacofest came up with to list out all the tacos types we have come across on our lifelong taco loving journeys.
Every Taco Type :
Sautéed Pork marinated in lemon and pineapple juice
Brazilian style rice in addition to the normal animal protein or vegetable stables.
Mexican sausage (We make our own chorizo in house)
Korrean barbecue beef, chicken, or veggie for the wrapped up in a taco.
Sautéed red and green pepper, onion and squash
Extra taco facts :
The first recorded taco party was held by Hernan Cortes in 1520 but the taco didn’t make it up to the United States until the 20th century. They got here when immigration began to happen from Mexico into the States. The first taco was seen in the United States in 1905 and the hard shell taco wasn’t invented until 1947. The soft corn tortilla shells didn’t stay fresh for long o the hard shell taco was created to solve that problem. From there the first taco stand opened and they spread like crazy. Tacos have become so popular that they even have their own day on the calendar, October 4th is national taco day.
Tacofest Taco Glossary Conclusion
Tacos come in all shapes and sizes and thanks to a globally connected world, tacos are eaten all around the world.
The word taco has an interesting meaning too. It actually means a plug/wad for a hole. Seems like a good meaning for these amazingly delicious treats. Tacos are eaten so much by people all over the world that it is estimated that 4.5 billion tacos were eaten in the United States alone in 2012.