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This story was originally published in November 2020 and has been updated.It’s hard to go wrong when you’re in the region that’s the birthplace of most of our state’s great tacos, but we tried to whittle down some choices for you. You don’t want to miss the original breakfast tacos, tacos estilo Matamoros, and real barbacoa. The Rio Grande Valley Taco Trail is a long road. Eat up.Ana Liz TaqueriaThis taco shop, located in a shopping center, displays its molino—or corn grinder—in the open. It shows the pride owner Ana Pulido has in traditional Mexican preparations. But she’s not afraid to put her own twist on things. Instead of offering chips, she serves tostadas made from nixtamalized corn tortillas with a swoon-inducing fragrance. The chile…
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