Take a Tex-Mex vacation with these vegetarian tacos. A simple but flavorful mixture of black beans, corn, fresh zucchini, and prepared enchilada sauce makes a delicious filling. The recipe is incredibly versatile, so feel free to get creative. Mushrooms are a tasty alternative to zucchini, and any type of bean can be substituted for the black beans. Learn the technique when you read more
On your way home from work this afternoon, pick up a rotisserie chicken and whole wheat tortillas. When you arrive, take some help from your pantry and make this delicious burrito for dinner. Filled with canned beans, yellow corn, barbecue sauce, and sour cream, it's hearty and scrumptious. This recipes also makes a great use of leftover barbecued chicken. To get your weekend started, serve with a cold beer, chips, and salsa. For the recipe, read more
Did you just get fired from Radio Shack, did the woman you tried to pick up have a boyfriend who threatened to kick your ass, or did you just total your car? Whatever your damage, there's nothing like a late-night burrito place to provide the greasy goods to cure what ails you. God bless America and good night.
When I'm on the road and in need of quick meal, I sometimes stop at Moe's Southwest Grill. It's like a Mexican version of Subway — you pick a type of burrito, taco, fajita, salad, or quesadilla,
and then you choose exactly what goes in it (and you can watch them make it too). They use fresh veggies, but they don't use lard. Plus the meat is grilled right there. The food tastes great and seems healthy, but after looking at the caloric content of The Homewrecker and the Triple Lindy, I am happy that I split a burrito with my hubby.
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- About 1,500 students attempted to break the world record for number of Mentos being put into Coke bottles. — Telegraph (UK)
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When I came across this recipe for a chipotle chicken burrito, it brought back memories of La Burrita — the tasty, late-night burrito joint that was across the street from my college apartment. I can't wait to relive old times by making my own variation of this scrumptious looking burrito! — The Kitchen Sink
A few months ago, I saw a sign outside of a McDonald's that said "Now Serving the McSkillet Burrito." When I read it I had to chuckle a little bit, this was near San Francisco's Mission District, an area known for its burritos. At the time, the McSkillet wasn't nationally available, and I wondered if it was just something that franchise was trying to compete with the local market. I wondered what they tasted like, but wasn't curious enough to go try one.
Well, now I've got a chance to do it for free. And if you're also curious about what the now nationally-available burrito tastes like, you'll be able to do it for free, too. This Thursday and Friday (Feb. 28 and 29) McDonald's is giving away free McSkillet Burritos with purchase of a medium or large drink. They are expecting to give away 1 million burritos each day, but you better remember early, it's available during breakfast hours only.
So will you be headed to McD's for your free McSkillet?
My dad is a total meat and potatoes guy, so I'm always looking for creative and innovative ways to give him what he likes. The regular meat and potato combinations of steak/mashed potatoes and burger/fries can get old really quickly. That's why this recipe, where beef and potatoes act as the spicy filling to a delectable burrito, will be a total hit. It even has his favorite kind of lettuce: iceberg! I know the main man in my life is going to really enjoy this recipe, but how about yours? To make this meat and potatoes meal tonight just read more
If you're not aware, San Francisco is home to many taquerias (dare I say a bajillion?) and when you're craving a burrito, picking an establishment can sometimes be a daunting experience. Thankfully someone has chowed down 481 burritos to determine which one is best. The list keeps growing each day, and my favorite part is that the burritos are rated in mustaches. - Burrito Eater