When Taco Bell initially announced its cream-filled Cap’n Crunch Delights, I compared them to testicles. Now that I have had them in my mouth I must amend that comparison to read “delicious testicles.”
Is Taco Bell’s Steak Doubledilla more exciting than an N64 at Christmas? Or how to turn a cherished childhood memory into cold hard cash, via Mr. Raccoon.
After a long absence, Taco Bell has returned to Tokyo. Today, a rather chic Taco Bell began serving customers.
Drunk with power following the success of its amazingly not horrible breakfast menu, Taco Bell has created giant Crunch Berries filled with warm milky cream. They want you to put them in your mouth.
The El Todos was a special food "Piñata" sold only once at a single Taco Bell. If your Spanish isn't up to scratch, El Todos means "The All", or "The Everything". You can probably guess by now what was inside it.
It's late at night, you've got a pocketful of crumpled bills and coins, and your hunger exceeds your self-esteem. Thanks to a clever hack, now all you have to do is send your budget to a special email address to generate a maximum calorie Taco Bell menu.
Taco Bell's breakfast menu is now showing up nationwide so we're bumping up this Snacktaku review from August 2013 when the Waffle Taco and other items first debuted.
Last year I traveled the countryside far longer than I needed to in order to acquire an early taste of the Waffle Taco, the linchpin of Taco Bell's new breakfast menu — a menu launching nationwide next month.
Remember last year, when a debacle of a partnership between Taco Bell and Sony left some PlayStation fans feeling cheated and misled? The two companies are partnering again—and the collaboration sure sounds familiar.
Oh taco, sweet taco — in terms of pure convenience there is no finer food. Savory meat, vegetables and spice wrapped lovingly in corn or flour, the taco's greatest strength is the edible container you hold in your hand. From the finest restaurants, the shadiest street vendor or a fast food chain that's been…
Imagine living in a town so remote, so isolated, and so dreary that the prospect of a Taco Bell opening nearby ignites a spark of hope in the populace so intense it has to be set to moving music.
A hacker says he used a bot to scam Taco Bell into sending him a PlayStation Vita during the "Unlock the Box" contest.
More than a week after informing PlayStation Vita contest winners that their entries were invalid, fast food corporation Taco Bell has told them that it messed up, blaming "technical issues" for the confusion.
We continue to hear from people who have taken issue with the strange Taco Bell contest that claims to be giving a PlayStation Vita to customers every 15 minutes.
Taco Bell is giving PlayStation Vitas to customers every 15 minutes — except when it isn't.
Electronic Arts and Yum! Brands are thick as thieves. Last year we had some kind of Kentucky Madden Super Fried Smack Pack meal; this year, sibling fastfood hut Taco Bell is handing out free discs for the Sims' Wii franchise.
During tonight's Fourth Meal-timed trip to Taco Bell, you might want to bring some extra cash. The fast food joint is apparently handing out classic Atari games alongside purchases of its popular imitation of Mexican food.