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There are chilis, ginger and garlic. I love this sauce

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We don't serve tacos but we'll have Taco Bombs available. What are Taco Bombs? Well, they are the cousin of the Chili Bomb. Taco meat encased in a cornbread batter and deep fried.

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October 4, 2011 is

National Taco Day

Today is the day to honor this spicy Mexican favorite! Tacos can be made with many different fillings and are folded inside a soft or hard tortilla.

Did you know that the first documented consumption of a taco occurred in 1520 by Spanish soldiers Bernal Diaz del Castillo and Hernando Cortez while visiting the New World of the Aztecs in Mexico? The soldiers loved the Mexican tacos so much that they wrote to King Charles V of Spain about them.

Tacos are a worldwide treat and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just as a snack. To celebrate National Taco Day, invite your friends over for make-your-own taco night!

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My Favorite French Fry Testimonial

Tuesday, September 27, 2011



Here is my favorite testimonial about the French Fries.



If anyone wants to give a testimonial and help spread the word, let me know

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Fried Pickle Chip Testimonial

Monday, September 26, 2011

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Here is Emily talking about the Pickle Chips.













Fried Pickle Chip Photo came from http://chibbqking.blogspot.com

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