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PHILADELPHIA - DECEMBER 7: A man enters a closed Taco Bell restaurant at Franklin Mills Mall December 7, 2006 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Taco Bell restaurants in the Philadelphia area have closed voluntarily for testing, after five people who contracted an E. coli illness, dined at a Taco Bell restaurant before falling ill.

Social Distance Cinco de Mayo is coming up on (taco) Tuesday and Taco Bell hopes to help you celebrate by turning your house into a Taco Bell… basically. Taco Bell is launching the At Home Taco Bar, which you can get via delivery or through the drive-thru at Taco Bells across the country.

The tacos come deconstructed with all of the ingredients sealed separately and feed up to 6 people. The price (which could vary slightly depending on region) is just $25. Your Taco Bar kit includes 8 flour tortillas, 12 crunchy shells, 6 ounces of tortilla chips, beef, shredded lettuce, refried beans, nacho cheese sauce, cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, sour cream, and the beloved Taco Bell hot sauce packets. Plus you’ll get access to recipe cards from the actual Taco Bell Test Kitchen which will show you how to make some of their best-selling menu items as well as favorite discontinued items like the Double-Decker Taco. They’ll also share recipes for menu items that never actually got released and Taco Bell cocktail and mocktail recipes. Woah.

I don’t even like Taco Bell and this sounds pretty awesome. (Taco Bell lovers direct your hate messages to @jacksonblueshow on Instagram. Thanks. And enjoy your Taco Bar.)