Remember when the New York Times thought it would be a good idea to put peas in guacamole?
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 1, 2015
Well, they’re at it again, this time adding broccoli on a taco:
— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 12, 2019
broccoli on a tortilla isn't a taco it's a mistake
— Razor (@hale_razor) May 12, 2019
And WTF is that egg doing on there?
Wait, also an egg? What the hell is going on with that taco?
— Rasputin's Murderess???⚰ (@pipandbaby) May 12, 2019
It doesn’t even count as huevos rancheros:
That's the worst huevos rancheros I've ever seen
— James Hightower (@jameshightower) May 12, 2019
Whatever that is, it’s not a taco:
I don't know what you made, but it's not a taco.
— Jordan Olsen (@jordan_olsen26) May 12, 2019
More like, an “abomination”:
That’s not a taco. That’s an abomination.
— Ken Page (@KenPage7) May 12, 2019
We totally want to see the abuela army rise up:
Someone needs to raise the abuela army and destroy you with the fire from a million chanclas.
— GoAskAlice (@GoAskAlice67) May 12, 2019
And why does it take them so long to create this monstrosity?
And in 45 minutes? My @tacobell orders are placed and eaten in less than 5
— Dan Andros (@DanAndros) May 12, 2019
Honestly. Who has 45 minutes to make this?
Seriously. Does the NYT have any concept of real life and the time/space continuum?
— Patricia Kenney (@PAKenney) May 12, 2019
Maybe some of that 45 minutes is to psyche yourself up to eat the broccoli “taco”:
No, 45 minutes is just the time it takes you to convince yourself to eat a broccoli potato taco.
— julie watson (@julieinthelou) May 12, 2019
LOL. It’s a “tostada gringada”:
— Emmerbetic (@Emmerbetic) May 12, 2019