Invent tacos. Give them to the people. World becomes better place.
But just like every great contribution to society, the taco must constantly evolve and adapt to stay relevant.
This should do...
Behold the Mac Daddy, a new wave of off-menu taco innovation that involves, among other things, judiciously filling a tomato corn tortilla with housemade mac and cheese, available now at Bad Dog Taqueria in Emory Village.
It’s a mac and cheese taco. It’s not on the menu. And when they’re gone, they’re gone.
Honestly, you don’t need us to elaborate any more on this. In fact, just knowing it exists has already made you a better person. So the next time you find your morning in need of a good aftering, you’ll head to Bad Dog, take a seat at the bar and pray that you made it in time (they’ll only be making 40 at lunch and 35 at dinner).
But should you require further motivation, here’s what you’re actually in for: an eight-inch tomato corn tortilla filled with tortiglioni pasta, Tillamook cheddar, gruyère, jack cheese and chorizo before being topped with Holeman & Finch bread crumbs, caramelized shallots and fried sage crumbles.
Go to her.