Doritos come in multiple forms and dimensions these days. There's the two dimensional-like flat chip option, which have been Street Tacoed, nacho cheese explosioned, Tapatioed, and, more recently, contorted into the taco dimension. On the taco axis, Doritos is often filled with "beef" and sour cream ... More >>
Index Festival kicked off in Deep Ellum last night with sets from some 30-plus bands on 9 stages. Killer Mike and EL-P's Run the Jewels project kicked things off in high spirits, and a solid mix of local and touring bands kept the streets of Deep Ellum lively until past 2 a.m. Index brought plenty ... More >>
Doritos, following the success of Taco Bell's Doritos Locos and continuing the trend of making food taste like more, other foods, is actually making Doritos Locos Tacos Chips which will be flavored like Doritos Chips and Taco Bell's Doritos Locos. Now, let's be clear: Doritos is extracting the flavo ... More >>
Remember the Hypnotic Donut billboard I found so distracting last week? I've gained 3 pounds since I noticed the lime green banner outside our office window. I can't stop thinking about doughnuts. It's gotten so bad, editor Joe has sporadically started blogging about fruit to keep his mind off confe ... More >>
Ah yes, Flamin' Hot Cheetos. The snack with its own spicy cult of people with stained fingers and horrible breath is in the cross-hairs of school officials in several states, according to CBS News. The snack, with a reported one gazillion grams of saturated fat and a shit ton of sodium (amounts ar ... More >>
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