Carnitas are “little pieces of meat,” usually pork, that are often served as a breakfast side dish in Mexico or wrapped in a tortilla and eaten as a burrito or a taco.
If you’d split the State of Sinaloa in two, the north half would face the Sea of Cortez while the south half would face the Pacific Ocean. Known as the “Aquarium of the World’,” the Sea of Cortez—with slightly warmer waters than the Pacific Ocean—is a sanctuary to many species.
Working out of their house kitchen, they began to sell tacos and beer, a favorite combo of many—including myself—cooking what they had on hand: fresh lobster and flour tortillas.
The only thing all tacos have in common is the tortilla. What goes inside and the salsa on top of it, that’s what makes the difference.
Ask any Mexican where can you find some good tacos and you just earned a free 15 minute lecture—rant—on tacos. It seems impossible that two individuals agree on the subject.