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Searching For the Origins of Mexico City’s Beloved Snack, the Taco

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Great eating means great recipes. Together with Campbell's Sauces, we're looking at the origins of some classic preparations, from around the country and around the world.

Long before tortillas were fried to crisp yellow envelopes, Mexican migrants were the first to bring the tasty snack of meat wrapped in a handmade corn tortilla to the America. In this episode of "The Source" we dive into the history of the taco.

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