Even without an equally beautiful taco inserted into it, the unicorn will look great on any countertop. Although, it is recommended that its mane and tail should be removed before it can take on your taco — I’d rather take my chances that a unicorn hair will wind up in my food. Unicorn hairs grant the eater eternal youth, don’t ya know? Available here.
Sometimes, food mash-ups are good. Often, they’re a culinary abomination. And, every now and then, something like the Tacro comes along, and we’ll gladly sell our soul for a mere bite of one.
The taco/croissant hybrid is brought to us by San Francisco-based, Vive La Tarte. According to their Instagram, and not unlike most trendy food mash-ups, the Tacros sell out rather quickly each day. So, if you’re in the area, get there early. The good thing is, they haven’t been around long enough to be discouraged as a breakfast item.
Taco Bell, never shy about taking liberties with Mexican food, is back with another reinvention of the taco shell.
The breakfast taco is filled with potatoes, cheese and a choice of bacon or sausage. It arrives in Taco Bell restaurants on August 31st.
via Food and Wine
However, this is no chicken sandwich with lame pickle slices included. In this age of bun-less eating, the pickle houses the chicken in some sort of franken-taco. The Chickle will be available at today’s Grizzlies’ game.
Face it… If you’ve got money in your pocket, there’s a strong possibility that it’ll be used for tacos. The Taco Money Case is here to help advertise.
There’ll be no mistaking what those funds are for with ‘Taco Money’ printed largely on your money holder. You’ll be the talk of the taco stand.