When Taco Bell
brought back the Enchirito
by an overwhelming customer vote last month, it should have been the fast food equivalent of “Top Gun Maverick.”
One of the original Taco Bell menu items from the 1970s and 1980s — a beef and bean enchilada only much bigger — restored to its former glory, at a time when this country had oh-so-little to celebrate. But as I ordered this not-as-great-as-I-remembered foodstuff at the end of
the three-week window of availability, it was more bad nostalgia than good nostalgia.