From: aogilmore on
On May 23, 3:11 pm, Just Visiting <nospam-webex...(a)sbcglobal.net>
wrote:
> I just don't know what Taco Bell has done to their food but it's
> making our stomachs upset. We have eaten Taco Bell for many years but
> recently we've decided to stop going. That slop they serve for meat is
> totally digusting. The thought of it makes me want to puke. And their
> beans aren't as good either. For us, they've killed the craving.
>
> Lo siento, TB, adios!

I agree you dont' want to look too closely at the food, but usually
it's at least sanitary. As Jerry points out most of it comes from a
tube anyway...very little handling. Once something makes you sick
though, you don't want to go back to it. Even if logic tells you it's
most likely safe.
i got sick from a mex restaurant in SF a few months ago, posted in
yelp! got a reply from the manager. THEN a few months later same
thing happened to another guy. so some places have a food
sanitation, help not washing hands problem.
From: Peter Lawrence on
On 5/23/10 6:49 PM, aemeijers wrote:
>
> It has nothing to do with Mexican food, but it can be good if prepared
> properly. I had to give up on the local TBs because they quit bothering
> to drain the meat after cooking, and went to a lower-grade quality of
> lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese to throw in. (I'l mention in passing how
> dirty the prep line looked, and the flies in the dining room.) The
> burritos also got downright tiny- what used to take two hands to hold,
> you can now eat with one, without looking. I sometimes try TBs in other
> cities, and the quality is better, but the sizes are still small.
>
> I think most of it has to do with the quality of the employees and
> training, or the lack thereof. Slackjaw employees, in general, can't do
> anything very well. And if they can't read the words alongside the
> pictures on the instruction sheet over each station, well, what can you do?

Hire Mexicans!

Here in California, the worst Taco Bell I ever had the displeasure of eating
at is the one located in Scotts Valley. Which is the only Taco Bell in
California that I have ever been at that had zero Mexicans working behind
the counter. Coincidence? I think not.


- Peter

From: Joe on

"Just Visiting" <nospam-webextra(a)sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
news:bg3jv5ppbe7ifh41ajn6phtvv0ql2r2hh0(a)4ax.com...
>I just don't know what Taco Bell has done to their food but it's
> making our stomachs upset. We have eaten Taco Bell for many years but
> recently we've decided to stop going. That slop they serve for meat is
> totally digusting. The thought of it makes me want to puke. And their
> beans aren't as good either. For us, they've killed the craving.
>
> Lo siento, TB, adios!

Your just pissed because they ran out of Dr Pepper.
Have you returned to the Cheesecake factory recently?


From: My Shiny Plastic Head on
In news:bg3jv5ppbe7ifh41ajn6phtvv0ql2r2hh0(a)4ax.com,
Just Visiting <nospam-webextra(a)sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I just don't know what Taco Bell has done to their food but it's
> making our stomachs upset. We have eaten Taco Bell for many years but
> recently we've decided to stop going. That slop they serve for meat is
> totally digusting. The thought of it makes me want to puke. And their
> beans aren't as good either. For us, they've killed the craving.
>
> Lo siento, TB, adios!

--

Of course you're sick. You're supposed to order food and eat it, not dive in
the dumpster out back sitting in the hot sun... unless it's at BK, of
course, where even the garbage is healthful and delicious!!!

Your Pal,

Burger King King
All Fear My Shiny Plastic Head




From: Just Visiting on
On Mon, 24 May 2010 12:34:03 -0700 (PDT), aogilmore
<aogilmore(a)gmail.com> wrote:

>On May 23, 3:11�pm, Just Visiting <nospam-webex...(a)sbcglobal.net>
>wrote:
>> I just don't know what Taco Bell has done to their food but it's
>> making our stomachs upset. We have eaten Taco Bell for many years but
>> recently we've decided to stop going. That slop they serve for meat is
>> totally digusting. The thought of it makes me want to puke. And their
>> beans aren't as good either. For us, they've killed the craving.
>>
>> Lo siento, TB, adios!
>
>I agree you dont' want to look too closely at the food, but usually
>it's at least sanitary. As Jerry points out most of it comes from a
>tube anyway...very little handling. Once something makes you sick
>though, you don't want to go back to it. Even if logic tells you it's
>most likely safe.
>i got sick from a mex restaurant in SF a few months ago, posted in
>yelp! got a reply from the manager. THEN a few months later same
>thing happened to another guy. so some places have a food
>sanitation, help not washing hands problem.

We were at a Taco Bell in Columbus, OH waiting in line to place our
order. Then, an employee walked in thru the locked door, put his
duffle bag away and immediately went on the food line without washing
his hands! We walked out.