Taco Bell recently launched a line of “gourmet inspired” bowls and burritos. They call it their Cantina Bell menu, and although they don’t come out and say it directly, it’s pretty obvious that their new offerings are an attempt to take some business from chains like Qdoba and Chipotle who pride themselves on using only the freshest ingredients.
I’m always down to try anything new that Taco Bell is dishing up, so last week I … CONTINUE READING »
Question: What’s the worst thing about hard shell tacos? Actually, let me rephrase that. What’s the ONLY bad thing about hard shell tacos? They fall apart when you eat them leaving you with a frown on your face and a plate that’s covered in toppings.
What if it didn’t have to be that way though? What if you could enjoy the crunchiness of a hard shell taco without the fear of it crumbling apart upon … CONTINUE READING »
Writing a food blog definitely has its perks. The best example of this is the email I recently received from the marketing manager for all of Qdoba‘s Wisconsin, northern Illinois and Iowa locations asking me if I’d like to do some sort of DudeFoods/Qdoba collaboration.
For a while now it’s been a dream of mine for a restaurant to just invite me into their kitchen and let me go wild with all their ingredients, … CONTINUE READING »
I was reminiscing recently about how much I used to love the all you can eat buffet at Chi Chi’s before they filed for bankruptcy and shuttered all of their U.S. locations when I decided to look online to see if any places in Milwaukee still offered a Mexican lunch buffet. As it turns out, there just happens to be a restaurant called Burrito Bueno located a mere four and a halfÂ miles from my … CONTINUE READING »
I’d never seen lamb tacos offered at a Mexican restaurant before I decided to stop at Poco Loco Cantina one day for lunch, so when I noticed them on the menu I knew that I had to give them a try.
Even though I eat tons of meat I felt bad about eating lamb for some reason, but Poco Loco serves free range lamb that are never tethered or raised in confinement, so at least … CONTINUE READING »