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Tacos FronteraWhen you’re ordering at Tacos Frontera, the bursts of flame from the grill behind the cashier are distracting. But, at the same time, the fire sparks anticipation for the Tijuana-style tacos served by husband and wife Erik Leal and Maribel Rangel at their small operation in far west Houston.Tacos Frontera is easy to miss in its beige shopping center, but keep an eye out for the black and white sign with the taqueria’s name and specialty. Once inside, the aforementioned fire welcomes you, as does the red-and-white color scheme. There is also colorful hand-painted signage, much of it done by the owners, but they did shell out for a professional to create the large corrugated-metal “Bienvenidos” sign that wraps around the kitchen.This DIY mom-and-pop ethos…

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