With its beach-scenes mural, thatched palapa and surfboard countertop, Taco Del Mar shouts Baja surf shack. But behind the whimsical, sun-and-fun store décor, the fast-casual Mexican chain is using some rather high-tech cooking equipment to keep its trademark “mondo” burritos and “rippin” fish tacos — to use surfer parlance — just right. The notable examples are the lightning-fast accelerated-cooking ovens that it uses to prepare frozen breaded fish fillets for fish tacos and the ...

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