One of the many surprising combinations that comes out of limited food options is today’s lunch – a garden-burger bbq riblet with mozzarella cheese served on a soft taco shell. It was pretty good. I’m sure the dietary value was minimal though.
What other past concoctions have there been? spaghetti-pita sandwich, peanut butter-salami-green onion on a soft taco shell, madras lentils on a soft taco shell, cream cheese and grape jelly on a soft taco shell, hot-dog in a taco shell with red chili sauce. Yes – it seems that the source of gustatory innovation is round bread.
5 thoughts on “Riblet Taco”
sounds like you have been buying to many taco shells.
I had two spicy ball park sausages with siracha and mustard on a flour tortilla for breakfast. My stomach started grumbling before I even took my first bite. Talk about an accurate preminition. ugh…
Yup, those flour tortillas will get you every time!
Is Michele out of town?
No, but its finals, and she’s not interested in cooking or shopping, and neither am I.
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