The burrito bowl boasts a level of class not found in the burrito, definitely making it acceptable to bring to fancy family dinners, prom, or even Prize Day.
Despite what Josh may claim, the burrito bowl is far superior to the burrito. Not limited by the meager volume of a tortilla shell, the bowl can fit far more food, perfect for Pat Connor’s notorious O-line dinners. On top of that, most Mexican restaurants will include a tortilla in your bowl or provide an edible bowl if you want, allowing you to experience all the flavors of a normal and, might I add, boring burrito. The burrito bowl is also much less messy than a burrito. Unlike permeable tortillas, the plastic or cardboard of the bowl prevents burrito juices from leaking, an especially favorable trait for eating while driving. The option of a lid further inhibits spillage when the burrito bowl is not being consumed. In addition, the burrito bowl boasts a level of class not found in the burrito, definitely making it acceptable to bring to fancy family dinners, prom, or even Prize Day. The sophisticated plastic silverware of the bowl make eating a burrito with your hands look barbaric. On top of all that, the burrito bowl is much easier to share, making it the only choice for date night. Now Josh might hail the burrito as a timeless classic, and many of you may agree. But to you, I say this: the burrito bowl marks huge progress in an otherwise unchanging corner of the food game. Its sleek design and revolutionary thinking push the limits of what is possible. Frankly, I am shocked that it is not more widely celebrated!
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