For $10 a month, Taco Bell customers can get one taco per day for 30 consecutive days. Here's how it works.
Pico's Tacos and Cerveza, 550 Three Mile Road, Racine, 262-800-3488, picostacos.com
LAKE GENEVA — A new event called Taco Fest will be held Friday through Sunday, Sept. 10-12, at Lake Geneva House of Music, N3241 Highway H.
"We wanted to put this event on to try and promote healthy activity, promote getting vaccinated and having the time to be together before the school year starts, enjoying some fitness activities," said Kendra Koeppen-Mulwana, board chair of the Urban League of Racine and Kenosha.
LAKE GENEVA — Tickets are on sale now for Lake Geneva’s inaugural Taco Fest. Gates open for the event on Friday, Sept. 10 at 5 p.m. for the event, which will continue through Sunday, Sept. 12.
Delavan, Fontana, Elkhorn — nearly every place around Lake Geneva has something going on this week and next.
Amp up your Taco Tuesday feast with these saucy tacos topped with honey-lime shrimp kabobs.
Crumbled tortilla chips would be welcomed, as would hot sauce. If you’re looking for more of a salad vibe, go ahead and add crunchy chopped romaine.
Located in a former drive-in known for soft serve and deep-fried hot dogs, Moon Rabbit serves up a menu that can include brisket, shrimp beignets, catfish, Indonesian noodles and shawarma.
RACINE — Downtown Racine Corp. will host its first Beer and Bacon Walk from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at 20 Downtown locations.
You’ll get plenty of satisfying protein (9 grams per 1/2 cup) and fiber (8 grams per 1/2 cup) from lentils, both of which promote a healthy digestive system. They’re full of iron and folate, too. You can easily swap lentils for the meat in many recipes, like tacos, burgers and Bolognese sauce. Pair lentils with other plant-based proteins like whole grains and walnuts to form a “complete” protein. One cup of cooked lentils has 18 grams of protein.
Developed as a “Dream City” in 1920, Hollywood Beach is celebrated as much for its artsy community as for the sandy dunes and views into the Atlantic Ocean.
Chile peppers make a huge impact on your vitamin C intake, and just one green chile pepper contains 109 mg. Poblano and ancho chili peppers are two of the most popular varieties and make great additions to soups, tacos, condiments and more. If you don’t like the heat, opt for bell peppers instead.
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