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Think Outside The Bun

Think Outside The Bun

Popeyes® Louisiana Kitchen - New Orleans Cajun Fried Chicken Restaurant Franchise Taco Etymology According to the Real Academia Española, publisher of Diccionario de la Lengua Española, the word taco describes a typical Mexican dish of a maize tortilla folded around food ("Tortilla de maíz enrollada con algún alimento dentro, típica de México"). The original sense of the word is of a "plug" or "wad" used to fill a hole ("Pedazo de madera, metal u otra materia, corto y grueso, que se encaja en algún hueco").[1] The Online Etymological Dictionary defines taco as a "tortilla filled with spiced meat" and describes its etymology as derived from Mexican Spanish, "light lunch," literally, "plug, wadding. History The taco predates the arrival of Europeans in Mexico. Traditional tacos Adobada meat for tacos al pastor, carved to order There are many traditional varieties of tacos: Tacos de suadero (grey) and chorizo (red) United States and Canada Hard-shell taco, made with a prefabricated shell Hard-shell tacos Soft-shell tacos Crispy tacos Crispy taco from a Sacramento, California taqueria

Restaurants - Sandwich Restaurant Tacos de pescado Tacos to Sierra Tacos to Me Taco's Deep Inside Taco Bell's Doritos Locos Taco In early 2009, three years prior to Taco Bell's 50th anniversary, CEO Greg Creed was already experiencing something of a midlife crisis. "Our target audience is [customers] in their 20s. So he issued a bold directive to his team instead: "I said, '[let's] reinvent the crunchy taco,'" Creed recalls. "He was really looking for a big innovation to coincide with our anniversary," says Taco Bell brand marketing director Stephanie Perdue, who helped Creed write the original team brief. The team soon assembled for an all-day ideation session at Taco Bell headquarters, where 30 different product concepts were considered, Perdue says, including new forms of burritos, nachos, and taquitos. Like any serious renovation, Taco Bell's started with a trip to Home Depot. Creed jokes now that "really smart people got together with a spray gun and the rest is history." At last, consumers got a taste. ¿Por Qué? For the first group of testers, the problem was the taste. Think Outside The Bun Flamas Future

TacoBell The tastiest tacos across the USA 1 of 15 Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions When you close your eyes and picture a perfect taco, what do you see? First, let's define what exactly a taco is. One great thing about a taco is that it's one of the most democratic foods known to man. Even though tacos trace their roots to Mexico, they're quickly becoming more and more of an American staple. Tacos are a food that inspires fierce loyalty. In order to assemble our ranking of America's best tacos, we asked more than 200 of the nation's leading food writers and taco authorities to send over a list of their absolute favorite tacos in the country. Some of the tacos that made the cut are certainly surprising. So what makes a taco great, exactly? Thanks to a growing Latino population and technological advances like, say, the Internet, not only are there more great tacos out there than ever before, but it's becoming easier and easier to track down those tacos. SLIDESHOW: 35 best tacos in America 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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