[O]ne of the leading observers of Mexican food in the United States. —Jeffrey M. Pilcher, author of ¡Que vivan los tamales! Food and the Making of Mexican Identity and Planet Taco: A Global History of Mexican Food

Jose writes a thought-provoking blog …that not only goes in search of unique varieties but also celebrates the foodways associated with those who make the delicious treats. — Jeff Houck, Tampa Tribune

He is a great ambassador for the taco in all its forms. … As the country’s only barbecue editor, I can tell you somebody needs to make him their taco editor. — Daniel Vaughn, Texas Monthly barbecue editor

[A]n expert on the folklore of tacos… — New York Times

Taco connoisseur and undaunted investigator of all things wrapped in a tortilla. — Eater Dallas

With José as your guide, you are guaranteed to be led down the taquería-road less traveled for some true taco treasures. — TacOCliff

When he says, “Let’s meet at [anywhere for tacos],” you fuckin’ meet him there. This guy knows taquerías like Miley Cyrus knows how to write a shitty song. — Alice Laussade, Dallas Observer

He is the undisputed king of tacos. — CraveDFW

When it comes to finding the best in this tasty treat, no one knows them better than José Ralat-Maldonado — KTXD’s Texas Living

A tireless consumer of the good, the bad and the weird in NTX tacos, Ralat-Maldonado has become an indispensable guide to taco cuisine. —

[T]he taco bible of Dallas… — Oak Cliff Advocate
[He] has made a living off of tasting and reviewing tacos on his blog, Taco Trail, which makes him my own personal hero. … [A] great resource for any taco lover suffering from wanderlust and a rumbling belly.— Remezcla

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