Tasting T-Bell's waffle-wrapped, syrup-topped breakfast taco
Behold what's certainly the most delicious Taco Bell hybrid that doesn't involve Doritos or Shaq: the Waffle Taco. Constructed with a savory sausage patty and confoundingly fluffy scrambled eggs, encased by a soft yet slightly crispy waffle bent to look something like a taco shell, and complemented by a packet of maple syrup that you're just supposed to dump all over the damn place, it's been selling like hotcakes (an item Taco Bell does not currently make tacos out of) in five test locations in Central and Southern Orange County, which is exactly what anyone who wishes to see these things on regular basis wants.“We’ve had a lot of great feedback,” said Juan, general manager of the Newport Beach location where the morsel -- priced at a reasonable 89 cents, despite using zero ingredients you've ever seen at any Taco Bell before -- is served.
Please don't quote me in an article on fast food breakfasts. It’s mine!"The testing phase was only supposed to last six weeks but, thanks to demand, has been extended for at least two more. After that, the Waffle Taco won't become widely available until early 2014, if ever. Pray for 2014.