Which is why fast-food executives can't stop trying to get rid of the bread and simply replace it with more fat or salt. First, McDonald's cranked out pancake breakfast sandwiches with McGriddles. Then, KFC decided to use fried chicken for its bacon-cheese monstrosity, affectionately called the Double Down. Now, Arby's is set to break the Internet with the Bacon Cheddar Potato Cake Melt. We can save time by simply calling it a hash-brown sandwich from here on out. The hash-brown sandwich puts two halves of American cheese and pepper bacon (that sounds familiar) between a pair of hash-brown triangles. And that, America, is breakfast. For now, it's just a test item in Evansville, Indiana. But if given the opportunity, would you buy this sandwich?
"What about breakfast?" whines Pippin, his foot drumming a beat against the back of the driver's seat.
"You've already had it," Aragorn replies, gripping the steering wheel with white knuckles.
"We've had one, yes. What about second breakfast?" says Pippin.
"Are you all expecting a second breakfast?" Aragorn asks.
Pippin and Frodo shout their acknowledgment while Gimli bangs the handle of his ax against the restraints of his child seat. Aragon sighs and wheels his Datsun into the parking lot of the Denny's on Broadway. Mordor will have to wait.
The Wichita-based chain has 75 restaurants. The first area Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers opened in Overland Park at 7301 West 135th Street in August 2010. Fat City took a trip and found a modern take on a classic diner, a mash-up of Sheridan's and Winstead's.
Mac Lethal has aimed his latest fast-rapping video straight at the franchise Chick-fil-A. In his latest rhythmic opus on YouTube, he provides his recipe for how to "make your own amazing, 100 % hate free Chick-fil-A sandwich." The secret ingredient in his sandwich? One teaspoon of presidential candidate Rick Santorum's blood. Politics aside, the end result (which is in large part because of brining) looks pretty tasty.
At the push of two buttons, you can have mashed potatoes covered in chicken gravy (here's video from a 7-Eleven in Singapore of how it works). I'll admit when I first came across this story, I envisioned a window into a swirling white cloud of creamy potatoes. The reality is less appealing — powdered potatoes behind the instructions waiting for hot water to be added to them. It does lend more credence to the idea that 7-Eleven may one day simply feature a wall of foods shot out of a straw to be eaten with a straw or one massive machine that dispenses a three-course meal, from nachos to pudding.
Is this Thanksgiving on demand or simply the evolution of our apparent aversion to chewing?
The newest baconstronsity, vanilla soft serve with fudge, caramel, bacon crumbles and a piece of bacon, is part of a cast of new menu items. It's expected to be available through the end of the summer.
Pizza Hut is offering 10
stupid lucky couples the $10 Big Dinner Box Proposal — a red ruby engagement ring, flowers, videographer, photographer, limo ride, and breadsticks, cinnamon sticks and a one-topping pizza — for the low, low price of $10,010, plus tax. It's a clever promotion for a new product (you've only got five more days to order, and the website suggests that your purchase price will be refunded if the package is not used by March 31), even if it may not be a recipe for lasting love. But people have been making reservations at White Castle on Valentine's Day for the last six years, so what do I know about the love forged over fast food?
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