BALTIMORE (WJZ) – It's Taco Tuesday and a new kind of taco is taking Baltimore by storm!
It's called Quesabirria.
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Quesabirria tacos are on the menu in Jimmy Longoria's kitchen, and it all starts with the beef.
"Birria is really just the meat, the braised beef," said Longoria.
After hours of simmering, the birria is ready to become a taco.
"So the taco itself is like a mix of taco and quesadilla," Longoria said. "The taco, the queso, the birria, onions, and coriander, pretty simple."
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Longoria and his brother sell the tacos from their truck. Many people wait for hours with tacos sold out every day.
"That's what they're waiting for! That's what they're coming for," Longoria said, "you dip it and then it stays in the broth it was cooked in and then they just take a big bite!"
Across town in Cocina Luchadoras, Rosyln Vera said she never had Birria on her menu until customers asked for it.
"You asked," said Vera. "So I had to start."
Now they are regularly sold out. Vera said that every taco is made with a lot of love.
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"Even if you've had a bad day and want to hug each other with a taco, this is the place," she said.