We are bundling this book with our 8-bit Taco sticker and Marathon Taco sticker added in for free! I had the privilege of meeting José Ralat, "aka @TacoTrail," several years ago when I started following him online. José is one of the most knowledgeable people I know on the topic of tacos—he takes his research very seriously and travels all over the US and Mexico to get the best taco insights. Since knowing him, José has left his role as the food and drink editor of Cowboys and Indians magazine to become the first ever Taco Editor of Texas Monthly. And now, José is releasing a tome on tacos that has had its release date bumped up from April to now because of COVID-19.
I can't think of any better thing to do while "social distancing" than reading this book that explores stories around one of San Antonio's favorite topic of tacos. I also partnered with José to create a Taco Trail Fiesta Medal to celebrate the release!
I was hoping to have José to come to San Antonio for a meet-and-great and autograph sessions for the book's original scheduled release on April 15th, but we are going to have to reschedule that in the future—I will keep you posted! Thanks for supporting this amazing author and journalist!
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