You know, the IDEA of Taco Time is brilliant and the actual ingredients of Taco Time are totally adequate for those of us who don't do McDonald's and can't deal with the lines at Subway, but I've got a beef: What about the beef, or the beans or the chicken at our ubiquitous Taco Time franchises around the Puget Sound?
We all know quality protein products and produce cost these days. But no, no, no Nanette! I'm not doing this drill anymore. We're cracking the $20 range for three of us to stop in for natural soft tacos that carry more air than MJ on a Sir Air from the foul-line. We'll do Tacos Guayamos before we pull out that kind of wad again for tacos and burritos that are all slippery little dribbles of sour cream, a quarter slice of tomato, a Dave Chappelle crack sprinkle of shredded cheese and three measely nuggets of chicken. Yeah, they're solid white meat, but who'd know it without an electron microscope?
And the debit card surcharge? C'mon now! Quality product ain't no big thang if value ain't part of the deal.