Disney Changes the Recipe for The Walking Taco from Pecos Bill Tall Tale Cafe

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Disney Changes the Recipe for The Walking Taco

Disney Changes the Recipe for The Walking Taco from Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe. Let us get one thing straight, this is going to be a silly rant over something serious, but silly non the less. Let me set the ground rules. The walking taco from Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe is delicious. Corn Chips are on the menu, corn chips make this a taco. I say again, Corn Chips make this a taco!

Seasoned Ground Beef, Yellow Rice, Black Beans, Cheddar, Jalapeño, Tomato, Sour Cream, and Corn Chips served in a Bag all for the low price of $10.99 makes it a perfect meal while at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. (Ask for the cheese on the side). For the price, it might be the best meal in the Park.

Here is the issue I have now. They are now served in a weird blue bag with the word Tostitos bite-sized, in the zany font. Just below the name, it has two words Tortilla Chips! Yes folks, Tortilla Chips! This is no longer The Walking Taco. This is The Walking Nachos! Where the heck is my brown and black bag with the words Fritos? You know Corn Chips!

You cannot argue that this is now false advertising! If I wanted The Walking Nachos, or nachos in general at Disney World, I certainly am not going to Pecos Bills! I will go to Cap’t Cooks at the Polynesian and get myself some.

If you are serving all those ingredients with a tortilla chip that distinctly makes it a nacho! NOT a TACO! Truly it makes it a Nacho salad, and who wants a nacho salad? That just sounds like some evil creation that a tex-mex restaurant came up with as a sales pitch.

Related: Disney Gossip: Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe Closing for Tiana-Themed Restaurant

Disney Changes the Recipe for The Walking Taco

We went to some experts and this is how it is described: There is some debate on whether or not nachos and taco salad are the same, as they share some similarities but also have some significant differences. Both are typically made with tortilla chips, cheese, and various toppings, but a taco salad will also usually contain meat, beans, and lettuce, while nachos are more likely to just have cheese and salsa. Ultimately, it depends on how you make them, but generally speaking, a taco salad is a bit more hearty and filling than nachos.


Difference Between Nachos And Tacos

There are a few key differences between nachos and tacos. First, nachos are typically served as a snack or appetizer, while tacos are usually a main dish. Second, nachos are made with tortilla chips, while tacos are made with soft or hard tortillas. Third, nachos are usually topped with cheese and other ingredients, while tacos are typically filled with meat and other fillings. Finally, nachos are typically served with a dipping sauce, while tacos are often eaten plain.

So, people of the jury, are we crazy? Wait before you answer that… maybe crazy isn’t the right adjective. Are we wrong in our thinking? Can we just be upset by something that happens at Disney World once in a while? We are always so positive with our coverage of Disney, that we needed to show we can take the other side once in a while. Okay, so maybe this is two days in a row we are upset by a food issue, but I digress… I should probably stop writing. okay anyway, enjoy the buffet.

Related: Munchlings Almond Corn Cake Returns with Half a Portion That Costs More


Disney Changes the Recipe for The Walking Taco


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