Canadian meal kit delivery company FUUD wants you to cook up six Chilli Lime Fish Tacos with spicy kimchi and cabbage and cilantro and (flour) tortillas and even the soda water to make the tempura batter.
The Vancouver FUUD thang looks way better than this “authentic” Canadian taco kit:
Do you want to see more like this in 2018?
The Israeli smartphone app 10BIS (Give Me a Bite תן ביס) makes it easy to order food and pay online. Do you want the sketchy Bollywood gold chain tacos, pad Thai, or pizza? ¡Orale, guey!
The future arrived in Blacksburg, Virginia, Monday as Google tested its small-package drone delivery system, lowering Chipotle Mexican Grill burritos in boxes to clipboard-carrying engineers on the Virginia Tech campus.
The #GoogleDronesOnEveryCorner test flight program appeared successful, making ten uneventful drops.
The Roanoke Times reports:
Pretty much 90 seconds of hey that looks delish but Mexican Plate huh? What exactly are we looking at?
You might want to write that phone number down — 0545123610:
TacoFix, a new family Mexican restaurant that opened just yesterday (Wednesday) in L.A.’s Highland Park neighborhood, promises they’ll soon be delivering tacos by drone. Watch this proof-of-concept video where a drone makes a delivery to a customer — a hungry guy who just happens to live at 420 Someplace Street. God Bless America.
PREVIOUSLY ON FOOD DELIVERY:
Forget those slow-ass taco copters – so very 2012! What we need is a Taco Cannon!
Dear Architects of Our Future: I’m hungry, but don’t want to leave the house, and I certainly don’t want to interact with any human beings. Is there an app and service that can get me food delivery without any people involved? There is? And it’s Seamless?
Just before Kim Kardashian was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Hospital in West Hollywood to deliver a daughter (with babydaddy Kanye West), she was at Lamaze classes with unwed teenage mom-to-be Rosalinda Guzman. (NSFW language.)
It’s not bogus like the taco copter or merely a proof of concept like the flying burrito bomber. It’s not a product that hasn’t shipped yet, like the 3D tortilla printer. The flying hamburger copter is here; actually it’s over there, in London. As a matter of fact, if you’re in London now, order a burger to go with everything on it to be delivered to the POCHO office. When they ask for money, tell ’em Wimpy sent you.
Felicidades to new mom Shakira! No more McDonald’s drive-thru window for you! (Video by Roberta Valderrama.)
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POCHO, your web authority on taco- and burrito-loving geekological innovation, is proud to feature this video showcasing the latest advance in remote burrito delivery logistics, just in time for Mayan Apocalypse Doomsday 2012 [SEE COUNTDOWN CLOCK IN RIGHT COLUMN.]
Real, unlike the bogus Taco Copter, outshining the burrito-making robot and the limited Siri-assisted margarita maker, the Burrito Bomber actually flies and drops tasty burritos at your location. ¡Orale!
They thought they had the whole thing planned — deliver the heroin and collect $100,000. But the best-laid plans of mice and men are often subject to the unpredictable pendejo effect.