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Mexican Food ON THE MOVE
Check out these SMOKIN' taco trucks

Tacos El Sinaloense

Hungry? Head out to Fruitridge Road to rustle up a couple of El Sinaloense's terrific, inexpensive tacos. Tortillas are dipped briefly in hot fat to warm and soften them, then placed on a grill before being stuffed with meat, freshly chopped cilantro and white onion. Try the incredibly tender lengua (beef tongue) or the crispy, flavorful carnitas. Note: The truck parks in a large lot next to an open-air recycling center. Fruitridge Road and 44th Street, Sacramento

Delicias Tacos

This friendly taco truck is located in the parking lot of a Shell gas station at the corner of 65th Avenue and Stockton Boulevard. Don't miss the excellent, lime-kissed tostada de ceviche, topped with fresh slices of avocado, or the crusty carne asada quesadilla, garnished with freshly grilled onions and jalapeños. The owners kindly set up a row of stools in front of the truck for folks who wish to "dine in." 6919 65th Ave., Sacramento; deliciastaco.com

 

El Paisano Taco Truck

A Woodland favorite, El Paisano is in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it location at the corner of East Main Street and Industrial Way at the back of a pitted parking lot of an abandoned gas station. The food takes a while to come out, but it's well worth the wait. Try the red salsa-laden chicken tacos (only $1 each), garnished with fat radishes and sweet grilled onions. The pork adobado burrito will amaze you. 1460 E. Main St., Woodland

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