Chef Introduces Beautiful and Bad Romance Tacos

Funny story written by Ellie James

Friday, 27 January 2012

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Bad Romance tacos are unassuming but pack a punch to the heart.

Fort Worth, TX - A few years ago, people in Texas wouldn't be caught dead eating from a food trailer. Now though it's all the rage. The latest food trailer to catch on in the trendy downtown neighborhood is Romance Tacos.

Jonathan Ybarra, owner and chef of Romance Taco Trailer's latest creations have come just in time for Valentine's Day. Beautiful Romance desert tacos are all the rage and are filled with food known to be aphrodisiacs.

Beautiful Romance features baked bananas, honey, a rich dark chocolate sauce with a fresh basil leaf rolled into a sugar and hot cocoa baked tortilla.

"It's easy to tell which guys are going to get lucky," stated Ybarra. "If the lady orders Beautiful Romance, then things are going well. They leave holding hands and as soon as they get to the car, they're all over each other. But when they order Bad Romance, then that's another story." "

Ybarra's other culinary creation is the taco known as Bad Romance. This taco contains fresh onions, anchovies, ground beef that are rolled in a corn tortilla and then rolled in starchy flour and deep fried in hydrogenated oil.

Ybarra's wife, Irene, secretly laughs when she hears a young woman order a Bad Romance with extra broccoli spears because she sees the guy's face drop in utter disappointment.

"When Jonathan pisses me off, I'll put a Bad Romance Taco in the fryer and then I hear him moan and complain about a night of bad romance."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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