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It's impossible to not love taco night. It's satisfying, serves plenty, and adapts to your whims -- carnitas one week, fried avocados or grilled fish the next. With a spread of salsa, guacamole, beans, and warm tortillas before you, it's a DIY dinner and a sanctioned chance to play with your food.
Yes, we did say warm tortillas. And no, we won't ask you to make your own, unless that's what your heart is telling you to do. The truth is, store-bought tortillas work just fine for shuttling maximal taco fillings from plate to mouth, but try telling that to the cold, rubbery tortillas that sit neglected while you eat your carnitas with a fork. Look past the microwave -- with a little know-how, you can reheat tortillas so they're worthy of the things they hold. MarionRose asked for your tips, and you had her back:
How do you do taco night? Tell us in the comments!