Fish tacos are a big catch in California

07/27/2010 | San Francisco Chronicle

After becoming a summer favorite with visitors to Mexico, fish tacos have migrated north of the border to become a stable at beach-side taquerias around California. Most chefs make them with cod; some use corn tortillas, others flour. "I think it's all part of the evolution of Mexican cuisine, which has now become our go-to food," said Joe Hargrave, owner of the taqueria Tacolicious.

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