We’ll be posting a recipe for pressure-cooked, smoked chicken neck stock soon.
Dried goods, sundries, frozen vegetables and massive family-paks of frozen meat are higgledy-piggledy throughout the store.
If you like clean, well-organized markets then you’d be better served elsewhere. If you need a 20lb sack of frozen chicken necks for a song then this business will really sing to you.
The little deli in the back was forlorn so we retired to the parking lot to regroup and attempt to lock-in on a po boy shop before we collapsed from starvation.
We’re eating 500 Po Boys in Louisiana.
Taco Tico is experiencing something of a corporate rebirth but in Louisiana we are down to exactly one location. It’s in Kenner, a small bedroom community that’s locally famous for being home to a long strip of international restaurants on Williams Blvd.
This is also where Taco Tico vends cheap, crispy tacos once again made with their famous carne molida recipe that was briefly shelved when the company changed hands in 1988.