05/08/14 10:56 am EST
I walked into Moe’s Southwest Grill this week to order a burrito called “The Home Wrecker” that I had not eaten before. The only problem was I choked big time when ordering it. While the burrito was almost done being made, at the last second, I said to add extra jalapenos.
The employee asked me if I wanted pickled or fresh jalapenos. I don’t know about you but I had never heard of pickled jalapenos, so naturally, I opted for the fresh. I mean “Fresh” always beats “Pickled” when it comes to food right? Wrong.
Pickled actually means normal, where as fresh means organic. I’m well aware that the organic jalapenos are better for you but I just don’t like the taste of them. The burrito was ruined and I wasn’t going to be “that guy” that holds up the entire line and demands a new one. I couldn’t even judge the burrito because it wasn’t a true sampling of the product. Now granted, there were some good components to the burrito, but I now have to go back a second time to get a real sense.
The same can be said about 76ers Head Coach Brett Brown’s first season in charge of the team.