Tonight I'd like to blog about the serious atrocity of purchasing Light Sour Cream. This is a travesty! Imagine my disappointment. I'm seeking to make the best tasting taco salad. (allow me to share) First you crush tortilla chips with the palm of your hand on a real plate (real plate is essential; no styrofoam or paper). Then you spoon taco seasoned ground beef and refried beans on the chips. Topple with shredded cheddar. (I'm getting hungry). Then sprinkle with diced tomatoes and lettuce. Cilantro would've been great, but there wasn't any. Also guacamole would've been good, but nope. Okay so not the BEST taco salad, but it could've still been good. Pour a little taco sauce on the top and (slide hands back and forth so that you may fully understand my excitement, you know, like you do when you're really hungry and are looking forward to something really good. Like taco salad.) And now! Sour Cream. I take a big spoon and want a dollop of Daisy. Out of the corner of my eye I see the word light. Light. LIGHT. Big sigh. Why? WHY??? Besides the taste factor, which is huge, why WOULD you purchase light sour cream? Are you saving calories? Do you actually prefer the taste of Light Sour Cream or, even worse, Fat-Free Sour Cream? I have some good news! Real sour cream actually does taste better than its less fattening counterpart. Believe it. Drink a big glass of water instead of tea or whatever to save on calories.
I love you Crissy Sharp! (aka Light Sour Cream purchaser)