Ricardo Piña

chef/owner of Ricky’s Fish Tacos

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Ricardo Piña has been running his taco truck, Ricky’s Fish Tacos, for more than a decade.

‘I would like to pass on the tradition’: Founder of Ricky’s Fish Tacos in LA plans to retire

Ricardo Piña has been running his taco truck, Ricky’s Fish Tacos, for more than a decade.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“I would like to pass on the tradition, more than just selling it.

‘I would like to pass on the tradition’: Founder of Ricky’s Fish Tacos in LA plans to retire

“I would like to pass on the tradition, more than just selling it.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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