Other times it is prepared by hockey/soccer/BMX moms who need to feed a large number of children quickly and economically.
Lisa and her boys came over and prepared taco in a bag. Here's how you do it:
You need shredded lettuce and chopped tomatoes,
not to mention grated cheese, a jar of salsa, a container of sour cream,
and a snack sized bag of Doritos.
To assemble it, you cut the bag open along the side, and squish it to break the chips into smaller pieces.
Some people prefer to keep them relatively large.
Others go for fully crumbled.
Next, you spoon in the toppings, mix, and eat.
Many people find it delicious, or so I’m told. Sadly, I am not one of them. Here I am, in possibly the worst picture ever taken of me, trying hard to enjoy my taco in a bag experience.
Not very convincing, is it. I didn’t think so. It was salty, extraordinarily salty, and as I mixed it together the meat cooled, coating everything in my little bag with an unpleasant layer of congealed beef fat. I still shudder to think of it.
Disclaimer: Before you leave us a comment about how much you love taco in a bag or take me to task for maligning it, remember that this is only my opinion, and I am a self-described hard core food snob.
As for Annelies, she conveniently called in sick and missed the tasting session, and Greg had to drive to Calgary at the last minute to participate in a triathlon, leaving me to take this one for the team.