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Taco Bell Customers Are Loving The Original Menu At Its Hawaii Locations
By RACHAEL GROW
Taco Bell recently brought back an item to their Hawaii locations that fans want to go nationwide at some point. The joint has offered Kalua pork off and on since 2008 to Hawaii locations only, and it has returned for a limited time, per Reddit.
Shredded pork is not currently offered on Taco Bell menus across the country, but it would surely be a smash hit if offered in the rest of the States. Kalua pork is a traditional Hawaiian staple that is commonly served at luaus and other large feasts, and its succulent, smoky flavor comes from the unique way it's cooked and prepared.
The menu features a Kalua Pork Power Menu Bowl, XXL Quesadilla, the Grilled Stufft Burrito, and some form of heavenly loaded nachos called Nachos Bellgrande. Excited Redditors expressed their mighty need to try this tasty limited-time menu while it lasts — one user decided, “I am going to Hawaii in 3 weeks. I am finding a Taco Bell while there.”