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 »
Yeah, the Walking Taco is great and all, but what are you supposed to do if you’re REALLY hungry? That’s how I came up with the idea for the “Walking Taco Supreme.” Instead of a snack size bag of Fritos I opted to go with a family size bag. Instead a few ounces of ground beef I went with almost three pounds of it plus a rotisserie chicken.
I then completed my Walking Taco Supreme … CONTINUE READING »
It seems like Taco Bell introduces new menu items every few weeks. I just wrote about their new XXL Chalupa, and now they’ve introduced three new items that all include Fritos as their main ingredient. For $1.99 (or $3.99 if you want a taco supreme and soda as well) you can now get a Half Pound Chili Fritos Burrito, a Fritos Crunchwrap or a Chili Fritos Nacho Supreme. The funny thing about this is … CONTINUE READING »
Their original Chalupa must not have been big enough, because Taco Bell recently introduced their new XXL Chalupas, which are twice the size of their predecessors. I decided that I needed to try one, so on one recent lunch break I headed to the nearest Taco Bell. I didn’t see the XXL Chalupa on the menu or even any signage for it at all, so I just went up to the register and ordered one … CONTINUE READING »
I was at a farmers market in Milwaukee recently and came across a booth that was selling something called the “Walking Taco.” A Walking Taco consists of a bag of Fritos (in this case one of the small snack size bags) filled with ground beef, nacho cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream. It’s then served with a plastic fork so you can eat it while you walk around.
I’ve heard of these before, but never … CONTINUE READING »