Mexican

Mexican

Bricklayer get their name from the Spanish word albañil, or bricklayer, as tacos like these are a common meal served at lunchtime.

Serve with plantains, refried beans, and red onion escabeche.

It's a classic dish from Mexico's Yucatan but a bit on the unusual side for non-Hispanic palates.

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In 2013 Tara Whitsitt converted a school bus into the fermentation lab and workspace Fermentation on Wheels. Since then, she has traveled more than 12,000 miles across the country teaching fermentation workshops from her bus.