Friday, August 2, 2013

Taco Bell Smothered Burrito

I just ate one of the most delicious things I've had in a long time:  A Taco Bell Smothered Burrito.

I've been seeing commercials for it on TV and since Anthony is working tonight, I decided to venture out and buy one at the Taco Bell near my apartment at Grant and Tanque Verde here in Tucson.  I went through the drive thru to get it.

It's pretty decent size, you can choose your meat (I had chicken), and also has beans and rice on the inside.  It's smothered in the same red sauce they use for Enchiritos (it tastes the same as the Enchirito sauce anyway), with cheese and sour cream on top.  It was $3.99 and worth every penny.

Nice job, Taco Bell.  I hope it remains on the menu.

The only negative thing about the experience:  They included a spork to eat it with.  I think sporks are the most worthless invention ever.  They don't function well as a spoon, as a fork, and can't cut into anything.

Smothered burrito = awesome.  Spork = sucks.

The container the Taco Bell Smothered Burrito was served in.
The evil and useless spork on top.

Unveiling the Taco Bell Smothered Burrito.
The white ribbons are sour cream... unless the person who prepared it got excited.
I'm glad I ate it at home so I could throw away the useless spork and use a fork.

Cutting into the Taco Bell Smothered Burrito.
It was KENtastic.