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Taco Journalism's Top 10 Tortillas Hechas a Mano

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Austin boasts a wealth of delicious taco joints, but there exists a higher tier for the truly elite: the restaurants that make their own tortillas. Eater spoke with Jarod Neece, aka Taco Journalism and co-author of the new book Austin Breakfast Tacos: The Story of the Most Important Taco of the Day. The book features a history of the breakfast taco and recipes from Austin's famous and infamous, as well as portraits of a number of Austin's most important and iconic restaurants.. Earlier this summer, Eater readers weighed in on Austin's best breakfast tacos, and now Taco Journalism maps his top ten tortillas in Austin - "hecho a mano."

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La Cocina de Consuelo

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[Photo:David P./Yelp]

La Fruta Feliz

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[Photo: Erica V/Yelp]

Joe's Bakery & Coffee Shop

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[Photo: Raymond Thompson/EATX]

Veracruz All Natural

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[Photo: Meghan McCarron/EATX]

Rosita's Al Pastor

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[Photo: Taco Journalism]

El Taco Rico

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[Photo: Adam H./Yelp]

Matt's Famous El Rancho

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[Photo: Cody R./Yelp]

El Borrego de Oro

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[Photo: Patrick L./Yelp]

Cabo Bob's

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[Photo: Dan V./Yelp]

La Flor

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[Photo: Jay J./Yelp]

La Cocina de Consuelo

[Photo:David P./Yelp]

La Fruta Feliz

[Photo: Erica V/Yelp]

Joe's Bakery & Coffee Shop

[Photo: Raymond Thompson/EATX]

Veracruz All Natural

[Photo: Meghan McCarron/EATX]

Rosita's Al Pastor

[Photo: Taco Journalism]

El Taco Rico

[Photo: Adam H./Yelp]

Matt's Famous El Rancho

[Photo: Cody R./Yelp]

El Borrego de Oro

[Photo: Patrick L./Yelp]

Cabo Bob's

[Photo: Dan V./Yelp]

La Flor

[Photo: Jay J./Yelp]

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