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With the apparent success of Taco Bell's venture into breakfast waffle tacos, the fast food chain is now experimenting with two new variations, Chicken & Waffle and Very Berry Waffle Tacos, in select locations across Orange County, California, Foodbeast reports.

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From CNBC sports (and sometimes fast-food) reporter Darren Rovell, a big announcement via Twitter:

FIRST LOOK: Taco Bell launching Beefy Nacho Burrito on Wednesday: Nachos inside a burrito (99 cents)

This gratuitous one-upping of its own Doritos Locos Taco earns Taco Bell bragging rights for reaching the height of excess where tacos are concerned. But while the Beefy Nacho Burrito is still no match for Pizza Hut's Crown Crust Carnival Pizza, at least it will be available stateside.

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Taco Bell For Breakfast of the Day: Taco Bell will begin offering breakfast foods in select locations from a new menu called "FirstMeal."

Ten Western states will take part in the initial roll-out, which will involve the introduction of a variety of breakfast burritos and wraps. A partnership with Cinnabon means you now have another place to get your Cinnabon on.<

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The Customer Is Always Nuts of the Day: A disgruntled patron reportedly firebombed a Georgia Taco Bell after returning home to find his XXL Chalupas were not as L as advertised.

Restaurant manager Cynthia Thompson told police she received a call from the alleged customer, who complained that Taco Bell stiffed him on the Chalupa filling.

When she told him she

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Rubbing Their Noses In It of the Day: Beasley Allen may have dropped its class-action lawsuit, but Taco Bell isn't entirely satisfied.

In a full page ad that ran in today's edition of the Wall Street Journal, LA Times, and The New York Times, the

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Follow Up of the Day: A class-action lawsuit brought against Taco Bell by an Alabama-based law firm requesting the fast food giant quit referring to its controversial meat mixture as "beef" has been withdrawn.

Montgomery's Beasley Allen claims the suit was withdrawn after changes were m

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Experimental Comestible of the Day: Foodbeast is hearing reports from places as varied as Wichita, Kansas and Toledo, Ohio that Taco Bell is testing a taco shell made entirely of nacho cheese Doritos.

A YouTube video from several months ago (above) appears to confirm that the

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