The tiny adobe structure behind a chain-link fence on a busy Southern California street doesn’t look like much today. But the first Taco Bell played a big role in the fast-food revolution, and more importantly, it helped to introduce the idea of Mexican food to US diners.
If you want to experience what the apocalypse will taste like in a taco, go to Taco Bell and get the Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco today. Originally slated to release on Thursday March 7th, Taco Bell has decided to release the delicious monstrosity a day early. It's available starting today.
The unholy convergence of Taco Bell and Doritos continued today, as Frito Lay announced that its popular paprika-dusted triangle chips will soon come in a flavor inspired by the Tex-Mex fast food chain. Feel that? That's your colon flinching.
Fast foodies aficionados, ranch dippers, chip dust finger suckers, ground meat lovers, Mountain Dew drinkers at the skate park, or just people everywhere, listen up. Taco Bell CEO Greg Creed has confirmed that Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Taco is coming very soon. This is the best gift 2013 will give.
Hey, have you heard? Taco Bell has sold over 100-million of its Doritos Tacos Locos, the nuclear weapon of the fast food franchise—and it's been only 10 weeks since they launched! This is disturbing information, I think!
Do you like orange juice? Do you like mornings? Do you like Mountain Dew? Do you like irregular heartbeats? Taco Bell's latest concoction is the hydrogen bomb of fast food creativity.
J. Robert Oppenheimer, father of the atomic bomb, quipped famously that upon seeing the destruction his creation had wrought, he was reminded of a Hindu god's terrible vengeance: "I am become death, destroyer of worlds." Someone at Taco Bell is surely thinking the same, for the Doritos Locos is fast food's nuclear…
Look, you can argue this fact all you want, but a fact it remains: Taco Bell's soon selling tacos made out of giant Doritos, and you're going to eat one. No, shh—it's true. Millions of orange shells await.
Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the greatest figures in American history, and helped kick segregation squarely in the balls. So, what's the best way to honor this brave man's legacy? How about comparing it to a fucking taco!
I love me some Taco Bell! Gorditas, Nachos Supremes, Mexican pizzas and oh boy some Chalupas. I don't love chalupas as much as a man who torched a Taco Bell because they didn't stuff his XL Chalupas with enough meat though. That's psychotic love.
The lawsuit that accused Taco Bell of only having 36% beef in their seasoned beef has been dropped. Taco Bell says no money exchanged hands and that they weren't changing any products either. Taco Bell estimates they spent $3 to $4 million dollars combatting the false accusation in advertising. Go ahead and order your…
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: