So, what are you having for lunch (or dinner), at Lalo’s Taqueria, Eddie Moran?
You may have first met Eddie Moran at his food truck, Taco’s Tacos, on the fringe of Colburn Park in Lebanon, NH. Just over two years ago, Eddie moved his business indoors to a spot on Lebanon’s pedestrian mall and reopened as Lalo’s Taqueria.
Rob Gurwitt of Daybreak discovered how the bricks and mortar version differs (and doesn’t) from the food truck, how Moran feels compelled to improve his product by “using the good stuff,” and answers the signature question: what’s on Eddie’s personal menu? Click here to find out.
And if you are looking for a spot where you can read the collection of Rob’s and my posts in this “So, what are you having . . .” series, Rob has it all on a map. Click here to get there. Once there, click on “Daybreak” or “Artful,” then on “more information” to read the article on each restaurant.
(This is another post in a collaborative project between Artful and Daybreak in which Rob Gurwitt and I take turns interviewing Upper Valley restaurant owners, chefs, and others about what they’d order from their own menus.)
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And in case you are wondering . . . Susan B. Apel shuttered a lifelong career as a law professor to continue an interest (since kindergarten) in writing. Her freelance business, The Next Word, includes literary and feature writing; her work has appeared in a variety of lit mags and other publications including Art New England, The Woven Tale Press, The Arts Fuse, and Persimmon Tree. She connects with her neighbors through Artful, her blog about arts and culture in the Upper Valley. She’s in love with the written word.