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2014-06-11 06:45:25 PM  
Fun fact: The smell of KFC makes me nauseous. Don't know why. Just like rotting fish or 5 day old roadkill, I want to heave at the first whiff.
 
2014-06-11 07:29:27 PM  
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2014-06-11 07:29:47 PM  
I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.
 
2014-06-11 07:30:14 PM  
Could have been worse. It could have been a fire at a combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.
 
2014-06-11 07:31:29 PM  
Today's Original Recipe is now tomorrow's Extra Crispy
 
2014-06-11 07:31:36 PM  
Subby seems conflicted.

To clarify...this would smell like burning ass.
 
2014-06-11 07:33:40 PM  

fusillade762: Could have been worse. It could have been a fire at a combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.


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2014-06-11 07:34:15 PM  
God save the KFC mashed potatoes with gravy. That stuff is more addictive than meth.
 
2014-06-11 07:41:50 PM  
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2014-06-11 07:43:23 PM  

skinink: God save the KFC mashed potatoes with gravy. That stuff is more addictive than meth.


The famous bowls are the only thing that don't make me want to hurl just by looking/smelling it.

/Have to drive by a KFC on my way to/from work...most summer days I can smell KFC from the road, even with the windows closed
//Just gross
 
2014-06-11 07:49:25 PM  
Well, I for one don't know whether to crap myself or have an infarction.
 
2014-06-11 07:51:28 PM  
30 years ago, I had an apartment upstairs from a hooker that started a fish fire on her stove.
Can still remember the stench.
 
2014-06-11 07:57:10 PM  

Valiente: Well, I for one don't know whether to crap myself or have an infarction.


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2014-06-11 07:57:28 PM  
You would think it would start producing its own fuel and just flash into a mushroom cloud and take out the town when fusion kicked in
 
2014-06-11 08:01:29 PM  
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2014-06-11 08:08:07 PM  
I am fortunate one of my tenants is a mexican girl from deep in the mountains, she is learning english from me in exchange she is showing me some real deal columbian/mexican food.
made my first real burrito, she even showed me how to make Tacos (already cooked) that I can shove in the freezer and reheat and it comes out fresh every time.

Peanut oil really comes in handy
 
2014-06-11 08:16:59 PM  
Thank god it wasn't a Popeyes.

/love that chicken from Popeyes.
 
2014-06-11 08:18:35 PM  

skinink: God save the KFC mashed potatoes with gravy. That stuff is more addictive than meth.


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2014-06-11 09:06:30 PM  
I bet it started in the toilet.
 
2014-06-11 09:07:31 PM  
See what happens when you don't obey Arya and the Hound?

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/Gee Arya, what are we going to do tonight?
//The same thing we do every night, Hound
///Eat all the chickens
 
2014-06-11 09:12:26 PM  
"Okay, so it looks like it was probably electrical. I know for a fact that it couldn't have been a grease fire because all of the grease is served with the food. Also, WTF kind of shiatty firefighting is this? I see three perfectly intact plate glass windows. Why didn't the firemen break them? Do the not have axes? I mean that's what they do, break windows.

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2014-06-11 09:16:41 PM  
Thank god no actual food was destroyed.
 
2014-06-11 09:19:09 PM  

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2014-06-11 09:28:20 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.


Nice. I, too, recently made refried beans from scratch for the first time. I needed them to top my nachos, and the canned beans just weren't going to cut it. I used bacon fat as my refrying medium, and they tasted awesome. They also made my house smell like bacon, which was a nice bonus.
 
2014-06-11 09:40:20 PM  
Heh, I've eaten at this location many, many times. God forbid though if you have to make a left turn to get out of there because you will sit there for hours!
 
2014-06-11 11:14:47 PM  
I see a new taco bell menu item coming out of this disaster.

The "BBQ boneless chicken biscuit Chalupa"
 
2014-06-11 11:19:54 PM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.


Here's a cool spin on a burrito.

Cook your protein and veggies (cooking veggies optional other than the beans) and add cheese. Place the ingredients in the center of a large flour tortilla and wrap it up so that it is in the shape of a square, tucked in such a way as to seal it. It doesn't have to look pretty.

Place it in a nonstic pan or tray and cover it with your favorite salsa, homemade or otherwise, and bake it for 30-40 min or so at 350. It's done when the salsa truly looks baked on, darker, maybe a tiny little burn spot even.

Sometimes I make this using eggs, bacon, cream cheese and veggies.

I've used kale, collard greens, chicken, leftover pulled pork, corn -- you name it.

I've found it to be a great way to clean out the fridge and get a little Mexican fix. The salsa makes it so apply liberally. Black bean and verde works just as well.
 
2014-06-11 11:52:46 PM  
Matthew Keene: I see three perfectly intact plate glass windows. Why didn't the firemen break them? Do the not have axes? I mean that's what they do, break windows.

I don't think you were being serious, but most public buildings, at least in my area (stores, office buildings, etc.) have key holding 'Knox boxes' on the walls by the door that can only be accessed by an emergency person, probably so they can avoid breaking windows if not necessary.


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2014-06-12 12:00:36 AM  

thismomentinblackhistory: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.

Here's a cool spin on a burrito.

Cook your protein and veggies (cooking veggies optional other than the beans) and add cheese. Place the ingredients in the center of a large flour tortilla and wrap it up so that it is in the shape of a square, tucked in such a way as to seal it. It doesn't have to look pretty.

Place it in a nonstic pan or tray and cover it with your favorite salsa, homemade or otherwise, and bake it for 30-40 min or so at 350. It's done when the salsa truly looks baked on, darker, maybe a tiny little burn spot even.

Sometimes I make this using eggs, bacon, cream cheese and veggies.

I've used kale, collard greens, chicken, leftover pulled pork, corn -- you name it.

I've found it to be a great way to clean out the fridge and get a little Mexican fix. The salsa makes it so apply liberally. Black bean and verde works just as well.


This is the whitest thing I've ever read.
 
2014-06-12 01:01:42 AM  

happyleper: thismomentinblackhistory: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.

Here's a cool spin on a burrito.

Cook your protein and veggies (cooking veggies optional other than the beans) and add cheese. Place the ingredients in the center of a large flour tortilla and wrap it up so that it is in the shape of a square, tucked in such a way as to seal it. It doesn't have to look pretty.

Place it in a nonstic pan or tray and cover it with your favorite salsa, homemade or otherwise, and bake it for 30-40 min or so at 350. It's done when the salsa truly looks baked on, darker, maybe a tiny little burn spot even.

Sometimes I make this using eggs, bacon, cream cheese and veggies.

I've used kale, collard greens, chicken, leftover pulled pork, corn -- you name it.

I've found it to be a great way to clean out the fridge and get a little Mexican fix. The salsa makes it so apply liberally. Black bean and verde works just as well.

This is the whitest thing I've ever read.


Look up the pioneer woman. She has a cooking blog that makes me look like 2 Pac.
 
2014-06-12 06:22:55 AM  

skinink: God save the KFC mashed potatoes with gravy. That stuff is more addictive than meth.


And they are both powered.
 
2014-06-12 06:26:41 AM  
Fun fact. The extra crispy that tastes about like any other chains fried chicken has the exact same breading as the original recipe. The extra crispy is cooked in a regular open deep fryer the original recipe is cooked in a pressure deep fryer.
 
2014-06-12 08:00:02 AM  

Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.


i quit cold turkey after a lengthy addiction! i have been back 2 or 3 times in the last 1.5 years. each time confirmed it was a good thing i left them, but the last time was the week they went nationwide with breakfast, and i had to try it.

my leaving has very little to do with the health aspect...i workout a decent amount, but i still eat way too much, and not always healthy. but taco bell has consistently decreased in quality over the years. 20 years ago, it was good stuff, and they piled on the ingredients, and had more topping options. now, you barely get any meat and cheese, and there are hardly any other topping options. the flavor is suffering terribly.

that, and in this area we have taco casa...much more limited menu, but the flavor is good, and they STUFF all their tacos, burritos, etc, for about the same price. if i get a regular taco, i get no lettuce...the meat goes about 1/2 way up the shell (bell may get it 1/4 way up) and then the cheese is overflowing!
 
2014-06-12 08:03:12 AM  

bearded clamorer: 30 years ago, I had an apartment upstairs from a hooker that started a fish fire on her stove.
Can still remember the stench.


is that a euphamism?
can't tell if it's euphamism...
 
2014-06-12 08:20:18 AM  

skinink: God save the KFC Boston Market mashed potatoes with gravy. That stuff is more addictive than meth.


FTFY
 
2014-06-12 10:08:37 AM  

Prey4reign: [localtvwtkr.files.wordpress.com image 640x480]We have a pope!  WE HAVE A POPE!  HABEMUS PAPA!


I laughed too much at this.
 
2014-06-12 02:18:34 PM  

Valiente: Well, I for one don't know whether to crap myself or have an infarction.


Well, it is a KFC/Taco Bell combo.
 
2014-06-12 02:58:06 PM  

MikeBoomshadow: Valiente: Well, I for one don't know whether to crap myself or have an infarction.

Well, it is a KFC/Taco Bell combo.


when i lived in batesville, arkansas, there was a kfc/long john silver's combo. i was upset to discover there were no ljs items on the kfc all-you-can-eat buffet! oh man, if they had those butterfly shrimp or those clams on the buffet...well, i may have put them out of business
 
2014-06-12 03:00:50 PM  

bungle_jr: MikeBoomshadow: Valiente: Well, I for one don't know whether to crap myself or have an infarction.

Well, it is a KFC/Taco Bell combo.

when i lived in batesville, arkansas, there was a kfc/long john silver's combo. i was upset to discover there were no ljs items on the kfc all-you-can-eat buffet! oh man, if they had those butterfly shrimp or those clams on the buffet...well, i may have put them out of business


and just out of curiosity...i see the only kfc buffets anywhere near me are cedar hill, waxahachie, and rowlett...none of which are really near me...all on the other side of the metroplex from me.
 
2014-06-12 07:39:26 PM  

thismomentinblackhistory: happyleper: thismomentinblackhistory: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.

Here's a cool spin on a burrito.

Cook your protein and veggies (cooking veggies optional other than the beans) and add cheese. Place the ingredients in the center of a large flour tortilla and wrap it up so that it is in the shape of a square, tucked in such a way as to seal it. It doesn't have to look pretty.

Place it in a nonstic pan or tray and cover it with your favorite salsa, homemade or otherwise, and bake it for 30-40 min or so at 350. It's done when the salsa truly looks baked on, darker, maybe a tiny little burn spot even.

Sometimes I make this using eggs, bacon, cream cheese and veggies.

I've used kale, collard greens, chicken, leftover pulled pork, corn -- you name it.

I've found it to be a great way to clean out the fridge and get a little Mexican fix. The salsa makes it so apply liberally. Black bean and verde works just as well.

This is the whitest thing I've ever read.

Look up the pioneer woman. She has a cooking blog that makes me look like 2 Pac.


I'm quite sure that the Pioneer Woman doesn't simply wrap stuff into a tortilla, cover it with salsa, and call it "Mexican."
 
2014-06-12 07:54:55 PM  

happyleper: thismomentinblackhistory: happyleper: thismomentinblackhistory: Jiro Dreams Of McRibs: I'm slowly weaning myself off of Taco Bell. I made my first pot of refried beans--from soaking dried beans to the finished product. I jam burritos in the freezer for a rainy day.

Part of this is to eat more healthy. Part of this is because the last Taco Bell taco I ate tasted like a Jack Taco that had been left on the kitchen counter for two days.

Here's a cool spin on a burrito.

Cook your protein and veggies (cooking veggies optional other than the beans) and add cheese. Place the ingredients in the center of a large flour tortilla and wrap it up so that it is in the shape of a square, tucked in such a way as to seal it. It doesn't have to look pretty.

Place it in a nonstic pan or tray and cover it with your favorite salsa, homemade or otherwise, and bake it for 30-40 min or so at 350. It's done when the salsa truly looks baked on, darker, maybe a tiny little burn spot even.

Sometimes I make this using eggs, bacon, cream cheese and veggies.

I've used kale, collard greens, chicken, leftover pulled pork, corn -- you name it.

I've found it to be a great way to clean out the fridge and get a little Mexican fix. The salsa makes it so apply liberally. Black bean and verde works just as well.

This is the whitest thing I've ever read.

Look up the pioneer woman. She has a cooking blog that makes me look like 2 Pac.

I'm quite sure that the Pioneer Woman doesn't simply wrap stuff into a tortilla, cover it with salsa, and call it "Mexican."


*pat*
 
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