We’ve all been there before, craving some Mexican food on a Friday, with our only option being the local Taco Bell drive-through. One lucky woman in Dayton, Ohio made a run for the border to get dinner, and then ran off with the restaurants’ dinero after the drive-through employee mistakenly handed her the morning bank deposit, which for security reasons was kept in a taco bell bag (presumably so nobody would steal it).
The woman, who still has the bag, has not returned her happy meal, choosing to keep the two grand and buy burritos elsewhere, as opposed to returning the money in exchange for her original order. According to the Dayton Daily News, “Police are currently searching for a “college-age woman with black or brown shoulder-length hair, wearing a white T-shirt with a red sweater, zip-up jacket or sweatshirt over it.” That should narrow it down.
Taco Bell should currently be searching for a new drive-through employee, as well as some new bank deposit handling guidelines.
[Source: Dayton Daily News]
Tags: taco bell, dayton
LOL | Food
Have you ever thought to yourself, “My car is so hot it feels like an oven!”? Put those words to test by actually using your car as an oven. The Cookie Monster taught us all that C is for cookie, and that was good enough for him. But now C is for cookies baking in your car.
An article by Bakingbites.com explains how you can create these tasty treats full of chocolaty goodness on the dash of your car. Here are some of the keys to baking “car cookies”:
Another bonus is that if you get pulled over while the cookies are cooling off, you will have an excellent bribe conversation-starter for the officer as he asks you for proof of insurance as well as your restaurant license from the health department. For more info on turning your car into a roving Toll House, watch this video.
Tags: cookies, cookie monster, dashboard, bakingbites, baking, car insurance, safeauto
Food | LOL
In the spirit of the holidays, Jalopnik points us to the directions and equipment needed to deep fry your holiday turkey. These directions will particularly come in handy for those of you who own an engine hoist but do not have access to a kitchen, which by my estimates is about 0.0003% of the population.
While we agree that a deep fried turkey tastes better than more traditional methods, there are other options that do not require you to cook in your garage. But since this is a site about cars and driving, and not Martha Stewarts blog, we will only feature this extremely inventive and quite simple method.
Tags: jalopnik, martha stewart, fried turkey
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