Arby’s recently released a trio of protein-packed sandwiches called Mega Meat Stacks. There’s the Reuben Super Stack, the Triple Stack and the Club Stack. Each one is a beast, but I went with the lightweight of the bunch and chose the Club Stack.
Arby’s describes their Club Stack like this:
We took a normal club sandwich and made it better. How? More meat. Three ounces of ham, three ounces of turkey and a bunch of bacon make this club sandwich a meaty masterpiece.
Back in 2012 I reviewed the Grand Turkey Club from Arby’s and the Club Stack basically takes that sandwich and adds ham. The Club Stack features hickory smoked ham, roast turkey, pepper bacon, Swiss cheese, two slices of tomato, leaf lettuce, and mayo, on a Harvest Wheat bun.
… continue reading “Review: Mega Meat Stacks, The Club Stack from Arby’s”
For a limited time only, Papa John’s is offering a Spicy Pulled Pork Pizza. Priced at $12 for a large, the Spicy Pulled Pork Pizza features hickory-smoked shredded BBQ pulled pork, crushed red pepper, and a blend of Sargento’s Habanero Pepper Jack cheese and mozzarella on hand tossed crust.
Over the last 9 months, Burger King has made it clear that their Big King family of sandwiches is something we will continue to see grow. So far, the original Big King and the Chicken Big King left me underwhelmed. The latest version is the Mushroom & Swiss Big King and with the track record of fast food places rarely making a decent ‘shroom and Swiss burger, the odds of this coming out great were a long shot.
Burger King describes their new Mushroom & Swiss Big King like this:
Our new Mushroom & Swiss BIG KING Sandwich features two savory fire-grilled beef patties, topped with melted Swiss cheese, mayonnaise, and featuring savory sautéed mushrooms, all on a warm, toasted, sesame seed bun.
I understand the safe route is just mimicking the standard sautéed mushrooms, Swiss cheese, and mayo combination, but in my opinion, outside of maybe Wendy’s, these ingredients usually end up being weak. … continue reading “Review: Mushroom & Swiss Big King from Burger King”
Popeyes has done Rip’n and Dip’n and now they’re introducing “Tear’n”. The latest LTO at Popeyes is new Tear’n Tenderloin Chicken. Priced at $3.99, Tear’n Tenderloin Chicken features two all white meat chicken tenderloins marinated in Louisiana seasonings, half split for tear-apart dipping, and cooked in crispy Southern coating. Served with Cajun Fries, a buttermilk biscuit, and new Cajun Creamy Garlic dipping sauce.
Also new to the Popeyes menu and available for a limited time is a new dessert… the Chocolate Fudge Pie
. The pie features a mixture of milk chocolate and dark chocolate filled in a flakey pie crust and cooked fresh “until crispy and golden brown”.