In the past few months, we challenged our visitors to get creative and come up with their own versions of Fuzzy’s Taco Shop menu items. We knew we’d get some good responses, and, boy, were we not disappointed. (It’s almost like you had been thinking about this already…)
And now, the people have spoken! Here are your top five Fuzzy’s inventions, created by the people, for the people:
Breakfast Nachos (Eggs, Bacon, Cheese and Garlic Sauce/Feta on top)
If the world can have breakfast tacos and breakfast burritos, then it can certainly have breakfast nachos. Let’s be honest. All it takes are eggs, and you’ve got yourself “breakfast.” Take the eggs out, and it’s magically lunch or dinner. Dare we say breakfast enchiladas are next?
Add avocado to, like, everything
This is really a no-brainer. No one loves avocados more than us. We almost called ourselves “Fuzzy’s Avocado Shop,” believe it or not. (Don’t believe it; it’s not true.) It’s a splendid idea to add one of life’s greatest ingredients to everything on the menu, especially those tacos of ours.
Add black beans to your nachos
It’s a subtle change but adding black beans to your nachos really changes things. Not only are you supposed to have black beans frequently (they’re healthy, FYI), but also they help make the nachos seem more Mexican-authentic. Mexithentic?
Extra garlic sauce on tacos
Vampires might discourage this creation, but fortunately they’re not our target demographic. Our garlic sauce is kind of a big deal. Our guests love it; our team members love it; and if our tacos could speak, well, we’re sure they would express their adoration for it as well:
“Douse me in garlic sauce,” they’d say. “Don’t be shy.”
You got it.
Add taco meat to your queso
This one has to be our personal favorite, because queso is already like, really, really good. You’d think there’s no way to make Fuzzy’s queso any better, right?
Wrong! Of course you can make it better! Just sprinkle some taco meat in there and get ready for the meal of your life. If you were to even spill some guacamole, sour cream or garlic sauce in there, well, who knows? (Hint, hint…)