This is probably an unnecessary use of genius but I won’t deny the awesomeness of turning a taco into a vehicle for hamburgers and fries. That is, the fries become the taco shell that holds the burger food together. The form of a taco is nearly perfect and the taste of a hamburger is unbeatable (it is true vice versa…
Gizmodo reader Cameron Halter said he was eating at Taco Mac in Atlanta, Georgia, when they noticed this note in their receipt. "I think it speaks for itself," he says in his email. Truth. [Thanks Cameron!]
Chef Jamie Oliver calls it pink slime. We feel it's more like pink goop. Either way, the ammonium hydroxide soaked pink crap beef is vomit inducing. Thankfully, you won't have to eat it anymore. Kind of. McDonald's has finally caved to the pressure and will ditch the use of the pink goop beef in its burgers.
Ready for more beef drama? After a terse initial response to a lawsuit claiming that only a small percentage of its 'Taco Meat Filling' is actually beef, Taco Bell followed up with a fairly detailed breakdown of the mysterious recipe.
There's a lot of talk right now about what really hides inside Taco Bell's beef—better known as "Taco Meat Filling"—and so naturally the fast food restaurant was bound to chime in with some rather angry words:
Zachary Moir, 19 (though mentally about 7 and 3 months), was arrested under charges of assaulting his mother— with a taco—because she unplugged his Xbox when he wouldn't come downstairs for dinner.