From wikipedia, Tacos de pescado (“fish taco”) originated in Baja California in Mexico. The typically consist of grilled or fried fish, lettuce or cabbage, pico de gallo, and a sour cream or citrus/mayonnaise sauce, all placed on top of a corn or flour tortilla.

At Duckinapot we make easy recipes anyone can make. This fish taco recipe is no different. Fast easy and delicious.  For our Wednesday lunch today we added our Cumber Cilantro Avocado salad as  side.  Its a refreshing salad with a lemon, lime vinaigrette dressing.  Very light and a great compliment to the fresh fish tacos.

We were lucky enough to have some good friends join us for lunch this week, Ravan Gonzales, Borna Bandari and J.R.  We also get a taste test from our Duck Masters Craig and Corneilu.

Who are these Ducks you speak of?

DuckinaPot was started in 2016 when the three ducks working in a small office in Southern California decided that eating a fast food lunch or ordering out from the local restaurant was just too boring, bland, monotonous and expensive.  We wanted something different.  So one day we decided to prepare a hearty home-made lunch at the office.  We wanted to share our recipes with friends so we created  Fast forward to today, we put together a unique and delicious meal every Wednesday.  No more leaving the office for lousy hamburgers or soggy fast food sandwiches.

We started off with simple panini sandwiches and easy tortilla wraps, then graduated to slow cooker meals.  Soon after, we decided to step it up by developing and preparing recipes that we have never tried to make or sometimes never have eaten before.

So now you can find the ducks in our conference room every Wednesday enjoying a delicious lunch with our visitors and friends.   The Ducks invite you to join us by checking out all of our recipes and giving us your feedback and always appreciate your ideas for improvement. If you have a favorite recipe that you make, don’t hesitate to send it to us.  We will be sure to give it a go.  If you decide to prepare one of the DuckinaPot recipes, please share your thoughts about it.  And, if you are ever in the area on a Wednesday, we invite you to drop by for a lunch we hope you will never forget.

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