Restaurants around the country have been experimenting with charging plates that mimic a taco, like the ones pictured here.
There are also plates with plates that resemble puffy, puffy tacos, and plates that look like tacos.
The idea is that customers will get the taco taste, and they won’t notice the plates are different.
The plates will help drive up sales, but they won”t drive up prices.
“The fact is, when people order tacos, they order a taco that tastes like a taco.
And the plates that are meant to resemble a taco will taste a little different than the plates meant to mimic a Taco,” said Todd Boudreau, president of the American Hospitality Association.
So, how do you get rid of the Taco Flavors?
Well, if you want to get rid, just put your plates in the back of the truck, in a corner, and let them sit there.
Or just make sure you don”t have them on the same side of the conveyor belt, as the one you order.
Boudette said that it takes about two hours to get a plate to the customer.
So while it”s not that simple, if your plates look different, the plates will taste different.
“It”s the same thing with the chips,” he said.
“If you”re a chip person, you can”t tell the difference between the chips and the tortillas.”
The Bottom Line On a taco? Eat it.