DNT & Mexico Lindo

Headline on DNT.com today:

Twins owner Pohlad dead at 93
Carl Pohlad, a billionaire banker whose Minnesota Twins won two World Series titles during nearly his nearly quarter-century as owner, died today, a baseball official said. He was 93.

Sweet…I missed this the first time he died back in January while I was on vacation.

In other news, has anyone been to Mexico Lindo and noticed that they got rid of the burrito filled with french fries and veggies, and covered in oaxaca cheese? I believe this was one of the main reasons people went there (although their other food is good, too). What gives? Would McDonalds ax the Big Mac and think people wouldn’t care?

6 Comments

Barrett Chase

about 12 years ago

Why didn't you ask them about it? The burrito, I mean.

Mel

about 12 years ago

I forgot that part...
I asked the server about it, if they still had it but didn't have it on the menu (their menu is ginormous...and one of the combos had something that just said "Special Burrito") but he had no idea what I was talking about.

In his defense though...he did offer to put french fries in a burrito for me—and they don't even have fries on their menu. But I didn't think just french fries & cheese in a tortilla sounded good; no one seemed to remember what was in the original.

Barrett Chase

about 12 years ago

Weird. I loved that burrito, by the way. Even if it was sickening and gluttonous. I couldn't refrain from ordering it, and usually would regret it right after I'd shoved the last delicious bit down my gaping cakehole. So good ... so bad.

@ndy

about 12 years ago

I went there last weekend. I have no idea if the item you mentioned was on the menu, but the food was excellent and the service superb.

Sjixxxy

about 12 years ago

It was called the Burrito Juanito(sp?) wasn't it?

udarnik

about 12 years ago

Regarding the DNT, they must have some kind of glitch with their Web site because in the past few days I've seen several stories from the archive in their rotating box o' stories.  When you click on it, it takes you to the pay archive page.  Right now (10 a.m. 5/15/09)  there's a story about the Minnesota Supreme Court rejecting Norm Coleman's request to count some more rejected ballots.  The story's dated 1/5/09.  Hee!

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