The Best Taco Bell Order

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Samuel Baker, author

The best Taco Bell order is the debate that’s been going on since the beginning of time, or at least since Glen Bell opened the first TBell in 1962. Bell opened his first Taco Bell restaurant in Downey, CA, serving what his customers called “Tay-Kohs.” God said let there be man, let there be woman, and let there be Baja Blast in between. We have been blessed with these creations that nourish our stomach, but more importantly feed our soul.

The classic chicken quesadilla satisfies your taste buds and still manages to fill you up. It is simplicity at its finest and that is why we love it. Unfortunately, the nachos are only an appetizer, but they still manage to tempt with their guilty pleasures. Their crunchiness and compatibility with cheese makes them an elite top 10 on the Taco Bell menu. The cinnamon twists are divine and only 1 dollar; it’s a heck of a deal that will make you holler. Lastly, the five layer burrito is full of wonder and love because you never know what you’ll get when you bite into it. Sometimes it’s swimming in cheese; sometimes it’s overflowing with sour cream, or it’s submerged with all five layers. We are always pondering what we’ll get, and that’s what makes it so heavenly to eat.

After long consideration, we selected the top two orders at Taco Bell. First up, the Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes without sour cream are perfectionnnnnnnn. Finally, the Crunchwrap Supreme is almost like God fused a holy cow and wheat raised from Demeter to make this pure and righteous meal for our souls for 3.99, which can even be vegetarian. Comment whether you agree or what is your favorite T Bell order. Anyone interested in a run to the border?