From Inside Edition:
A photo of beef tacos posted to social media by a diner at a restaurant has some wondering if it was teeth. Facebook user Courtney Aguilar posted the photo after ordering barbacoa tacos at the popular Pflugerville eater El Rincon. "When you order Barbacoa tacos but get teeth instead," Aguilar wrote in the post, which has since been made private. The photo of strange, feathery teeth like structures on a plate of stewed beef had gone viral. The restaurant issued a response on Facebook, saying:
"We admit cow lips are not the most attractive food item and can resemble teeth. Unfortunately, it made its way into this customer's dish. Our products standards are high. We meticulously scan our product prior to packaging.
In this instance, an edible-but-unexpected part of the cow made its way into the packaging of our 100 percent Cheek Meat Barbacoa. We've spoken to the restaurant owner about his concerns. And we have reinforced our standards of excellence with our plant managers."