and out-Alinsky the Alinsky-ites...
Hobby Lobby probably has a website where you can order things.
I'm going to wait and see if they cave in, like the chicken joint did, before I spend anything on them. If they don't, I will.
Chalupa's aren't they just a taco?
I went to Kroger today and bought one of everything they had made by Ortega.
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The unanswered question is whether their flat-bottomed shells really are better than the traditional shells. I know they're easier to fill, but aren't they more likely to leak while you eat?
Patience is a great virtue.
Store-bought premade taco shells are pathetic.
Does anyone remember when Taco Bell had "Taco Lights" with the really thin flour or white corn shell that broke oh so easily?
The balance by themselves, and they hold so much more taco meat, lettuce, etc. I find them superior to the regular shells, and they aren't as apt to crack.
What great meals we had! My wife took advantage of the $2.00 off the large-sized "Super" burrito. The "Super" taco and "Super" enchilada were also $2.00 off. I opted for the Chile Relleno dinner at the regular price, big spender that I am. The dinners come with rice and refried beans. We split a guacamole appetizer, too.
Still no adult beverages, but just great food. And not very busy on a Saturday night, either. As in most Mexican restaurants, chips and salsa were brought to our table shortly after we were seated. The chips were quite fresh, and when I asked for spicier salsa (I usually mix the spicy with the mild) the waitress brought out two separate spicy salsas. The green was my kind of spicy. The orange was over my hotness threshold.
I highly recommend El Tipico for those who like as close to genuine Mexican cuisine as we get here in Northwest Ohio.
Dale, you just confirmed my suspicion that you freelance as a Blade restaurant reviewer.