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Taco Bell taps 'Ronald McDonald' in television ads to promote new breakfast menu

27 March 2014 | 8:19 am This frame grab from video provided by Taco Bell via Taylor Strategy shows Ronald McDonald of Oak Ridge, N.C., in a Taco Bell commercial. The fast-food chain will begin airing ads Thursday, March 27, 2014, that feature everyday men who happen to have the same name as the McDonald's mascot. http://www.startribune.com/nation/252575471.html

Taco Bell's New Ads Feature the Ultimate Name-Drop

27 March 2014 | 7:53 am Taco Bell is name-dropping its rivals mascot to promote its new breakfast menu. The fast-food chain began airing ads Thursday that feature dozens of men who happen to be named Ronald McDonald, the clown mascot known for his yellow jumpsuit and bright hair. Ronald McDonald… http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/taco-bells-ads-feature-ultimate-name-drop-075359088–abc-news-topstories.html

Taco Bell Breakfast: Whats On The Menu?

27 March 2014 | 4:48 am Taco Bell will start serving breakfast on Thursday and many people are excitedly awaiting it. Taco Bell is known for coming up with delicious new menu items and when they announced that they were planning a new breakfast menu, Taco http://www.webpronews.com/taco-bell-breakfast-whats-on-the-menu-2014-03

Get breakfast at Taco Bell starting Thursday, March 27th | FOX6Now …

26 March 2014 | 11:17 pm Starting Thursday, March 27th, fans everywhere can Wake Up. Live Ms with Taco Bell breakfast! Taco Bell launches the breakfast menu in more than 5500 restaurants nationwide on March 27th. The new breakfast menu is … http://fox6now.com/2014/03/26/get-breakfast-at-taco-bell-starting-thursday-march-27th/

Taco Bell breakfast launches Thursday (with Waffle Taco review …

26 March 2014 | 2:04 pm Last month, Taco Bell announced it was busting in to the fast food breakfast game with a new morning menu that includes a Waffle Taco topped with syrup instead of salsa. http://www.kansascity.com/2014/03/26/4917087/taco-bell-breakfast-launches-tomorrow.html

Taco Bell Breakfast Menu – Business Insider

26 March 2014 | 11:04 am Taco Bell has made a serious play for the breakfast crowd with the Waffle Taco, A.M. Crunchwrap, and Cinnabon Delights. http://www.businessinsider.com/taco-bell-breakfast-menu-2014-3


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12 Responses to Taco Bell Breakfast

    • Curator says:

      Taco Bell does not serve breakfast from what I know. If they did, they might as well be open 24 hours per day since they keep their drive thru open til 1 or 2am.
      Your best answer is to call your store and ask their hours since every store is different.

  • Superduper says:

    What Can I Cook With These Ingredients? It’s for a breakfast-for-dinner & movie night. I live in a dorm so most of this stuff is either under my bed or a group fridge. I don’t have access to a grocery store.

    milk, chocolate & skim
    egg whites
    vegetables (squash, onion, tomatoes, a few bell peppers, mushrooms)
    peanut butter
    salt + pepper
    corn tortillas
    sausage (already cooked)
    coconut oil
    cheddar cheese
    I can get sugar
    I’m trying to get my hands on some vanilla.

    These are the options I am thinking of…

    “2 ingredient pancake, veggie/egg tortilla w/ cheese”
    Banana + egg white pancakes w/ cinnamon and sugar. Drizzle a small amount of honey over these.
    I’ll use a bit of vanilla if I can.
    Caramelize the onions and mix in other veggies to grill with ’em. Heat up the tortillas and use either egg white or some sausage to fill.
    It doesn’t mix well but they’re both kinda tasty individually

    “Migas” (Mee-gas)
    Tear up some corn tortillas and heat them so they’re crispy, then pour egg over and cook. Mix in sausage chunks. Serve on aforementioned veggies. Cheddar cheese if asked.

    Plain tacos are an option.
    I also have bananas and oatmeal

  • Nyccribs says:

    Pick A Food To Be Force Fed (read Below)? If you were captured , hog tied and forced fed until your stomach exploded.

    Which food would you rather have shoved down your throat.

    Salami or Taco bells new breakfast Burrito?

    Serious answers only!

    • Curator says:

      Since I love taco bell, I would choose that, but I don’t like the idea of syrup over eggs and sausage, so I would politely ask the enemy if they could take away the syrup.

  • Karina says:

    How To Start A Vegan Life Style, Help? I really want to go some what vegan because it’s really healthy life style and I like animals (just what I believe in ok). But it’s soooooo hard for me because I love dairy and meat 🙁
    Does anyone know a day step by step process on how to change into this lifestyle and sick with it? Food respites so that I still get vitamins and be able to run at my fastest?
    Also please let me know your personal story on how you did this change! 🙂 it will be a great way to motivate me! Any tips?

    • Curator says:

      I was vegetarian for two years before going vegan. I decided to ease into it, rather than going “cold turkey”, because I figured it would be easier to stick with smaller changes and not as overwhelming. I gradually cut out the more obvious foods, like milk from a carton, packaged cheese, butter, whole eggs (things that are easy to replace), and then moved on to the foods that have those ingredients, like cakes, or creamy sauces, for example.

      I also read a lot of nutrition and cook books, and made it a point to try new recipes often. Try to look at it as something exciting, rather than a sacrifice. Use this as an opportunity to experiment and find new favourites.

      I usually try to avoid imitation products (although, they can be helpful at first) and stick to mostly eating vegetables, fruits, beans, legumes, whole-grains, nuts, and seeds.

      If you’re interested, here are some things I like to eat:

      – Whole-wheat pasta with a meatless sauce, like marinara or pesto (easy to make, but if you buy a jar make sure it’s cheese-less), and a salad. More sauce ideas: http://blog.yummly.com/blog/2013/07/5-awesomely-easy-vegan-pasta-sauces/

      – Vegan lasagna.

      – Stir-fried vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, peppers, onions, zucchini, carrots, eggplant, any vegetable really), and tofu (extra firm) served over quinoa.

      – One bowl meal (grain, vegetables, protein). http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-a-quick-vegetarian-126712

      – Vegetable pot-pie.

      – Pasta (whole-wheat) with tomatoes, mushrooms, and black beans. I like to add textured vegetable protein (TVP) to this, which can be bought in bulk, but it’s still good without.

      – Chickpea curry with vegetables and brown rice (or quinoa!)

      – Baked squash.

      – Quesadillas, tacos, and burritos. Use beans and lots of veggies. You could even use vegan cheese, but avocado is also a good substitute.

      – Chili made with beans, vegetables, and corn.

      – Pad Thai

      – Pizza. All you need is crust (which can be homemade or store bought), sauce, and a lot of vegetables. Vegan cheese optional.

      – Vegetable and quinoa (or brown rice) pilaf.

      – A big salad with a source of protein (tofu, tempeh, chickpeas, nuts, seeds) and baked pita chips.

      – Roasted eggplant.

      – Portobello mushroom or black bean burgers (very easy to make). http://vegetarian.about.com/od/maindishentreerecipes/r/BlackBeanBurger.htm

      – Vegetable and lentil stew/soup.

      – Blended soups (butternut squash, carrot, or broccoli, etc).

      – Rice and beans.

      – Pasta salad with vegetables and chickpeas (or other beans).

      – Stuffed bell peppers or tomatoes (filled with rice, herbs, chopped onion & garlic)

      – Sandwiches. (My favorite is a toasted whole-wheat bagel with mashed avocado, tomato slices, alfalfa sprouts, basil, and fresh-ground pepper.)

      – Sushi, vegetable tempura, miso soup.

      – Tempeh with roasted potatoes and vegetables.

      – Pita pockets stuffed with falafel, hummus, and vegetables (lettuce, tomatoes, red onion, cucumber).


      – Bran flakes or oats with almond milk, raisins/dried cranberries, cinnamon, ground flax seed, chia seeds, and hemp hearts (this is what I almost always eat for breakfast).

      – Toast/bagel (whole/sprouted grain) with peanut or almond butter, topped with banana slices.

      – Fresh fruit with granola.

      – Fruit smoothie (frozen banana, almond/soy milk, plus some other fruit). Or even better, make it a “green smoothie” by adding a handful or two of fresh spinach!

      – Scrambled tofu with diced vegetables.

      – Vegan pancakes or waffles (with maple syrup or fruit topping).

      For snacks, I try to stick to fresh fruits, veggies, and nuts & seeds (a handful or so). Sometimes, for a bigger snack, I like to make bean dip, guacamole, roasted garlic dip, or hummus (http://ohsheglows.com/2010/12/04/the-hummus-that-changed-everything/) to go with raw carrot sticks and cauliflower (or other vegetables) or blue corn chips.

      Despite what some people think, eating in restaurants doesn’t have to be a challenge. Don’t be afraid to ask if they can modify something to make it vegan. Most restaurants will be happy to do it in order to get business. You will have no problem at all at Indian or Japanese restaurants, since a lot of their food is already vegan or vegetarian.

      I hope this helps! 🙂

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