Burgers might be the flagship product of the two biggest rivals in plant-based meat — Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods — but that doesn’t mean they’re only focused on what can go in between a circular bun.
Here’s a piece of advice you’ve likely gotten from your grandmother before: If you’re going to sell a $26 taco illegally made with a protected species of tarantula, don’t post the evidence to your Facebook page. Unfortunately for a restaurant in Mexico City, however, they had apparently never heard that tidbit from their abuela.
Cheese is magic. How something as generally boring as milk can become, with a little coaxing, one of hundreds of different types of delicious cheeses is a miracle. Cheese is flexible. It can get melty and gooey, hard and crystallized, soft and runny, and all of these can change and enhance the flavor. There are cheeses you can toss in a hot pan and they will sear and get crisp like a good steak, while never outright melting.
If you’re out of work, love tacos, and think Chipotle is overrated compared to other fast-casual Mexican chains, then Moe’s Southwest Grill might just have the perfect job for you.
That’s because the Atlanta-based company wants to make you their newest CTO. And thankfully, you won’t need to know anything about coding, servers, or WiFi networks, since Moe’s is looking for a chief taco officer.
Since opening its first location in 2004, Shake Shack has gone from a popular New York City burger stand novelty to a global brand with well over 100 locations. But though the company now has to deal with the stress of operating the kind of fast food chain the original restaurant was only intended as an homage to, the brand still tries to find ways to show off its more high-minded culinary roots… like breakfast tacos!