New at Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, the new Mile High Bacon Cheese Thickburger. The new burger features premium, thick-cut Applewood-smoked bacon “piled sky high” on a charbroiled, 100 percent Black Angus beef Thickburger patty, with American cheese, red onion, tomato, lettuce and mayonnaise, served on a Fresh Baked Bun. Available on a 1/3-lb. or 1/2-lb. 100 percent Black Angus beef patty starting at $5.59. Prices may vary by location. $1 off a combo coupon.
Last year Arby’s released their Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich (review) and now it’s back and there’s a new version coming September 28th… the King’s Hawaiian BBQ Brisket Sandwich. Some locations have the new sandwich already, including my local Arby’s with a price tag of $5.49. I’m guessing this will be pretty good since the King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef BLT was great as was the King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef & Swiss.
Arby’s NEW King’s Hawaiian BBQ Brisket Sandwich. Sweet and savory. Fluffy and smoky. We combined the best sweet buns in Hawaii with our Texas-smoked brisket to create a sandwich that makes both states proud. Send your mouth a souvenir from Hawaii and Texas without ever leaving Arby’s.
There’s only so much you can do with fried chicken and Popeyes has continuously come out with impressive offerings. With almost every new offering we’re getting new marinade seasonings, a new cut, or new dipping sauce. The newest menu item at Popeyes is called Beer Can Chicken and it follows the brands trend with some new flavors.
Popeyes describes their new Beer Can Chicken like this:
Our Beer Can Chicken is tender, juicy, all white meat chicken breast, partially cut into tenders and slow marinated in a blend of traditional beer can chicken seasonings like butter, garlic, lemon zest, rosemary, and cayenne then hand-battered, breaded and fried up fresh in our kitchens.
The Beer Can Chicken entree is available for a limited time and is served in the traditional Popeyes combo-box style with fries and a biscuit for $3.99. There’s also a new Creamy Cayenne Dipping Sauce to go along with the new chicken. … continue reading “Review: Beer Can Chicken from Popeyes”
The latest promo at White Castle is Slider Italiano Fest where there’s three new Italian-style Sliders to choose from. Available for a limited time only.
- Crispy Chicken Italiano Slider: A breaded chicken breast patty topped with marinara and a slice of mozzarella cheese.
- Grilled Chicken Italiano Slider: All-white meat grilled chicken with marinara and mozzarella cheese.
- Pizza Slider: The Original White Castle Slider topped with a slice of pepperoni, marinara and mozzarella cheese.
Back in August we brought you news of Beer Can Chicken coming to Popeyes in September. Welcome to fall and let me introduce to you the latest from Popeyes. Beer Can Chicken is described as “tender, juicy, all white meat chicken breast, partially cut into tenders and slow marinated in a blend of traditional beer can chicken seasonings like butter, garlic, lemon zest, rosemary, and cayenne then hand-battered, breaded and fried up fresh in our kitchens.”If you are familiar with Rip’n Chick’n from Popeyes, this looks to be the same style of cut with different seasonings. Priced at $3.99, Beer Can Chicken also comes with fries, a biscuit, and new Creamy Cayenne dipping sauce
Today is the last day of summer so let’s go out with some summer-y grub to help break up the onslaught of pumpkin we’re in the middle of (just realized I did something similar to this last year). It seems like the BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich from Wendy’s should’ve been available a lot earlier in my area, but better late than never. Wendy’s describes their BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich like this:
Barbeque has a new home! Introducing Wendy’s BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich. Tender slow-cooked pulled pork, topped with crunchy slaw and your choice of three barbeque sauces – sweet, smoky or spicy. All served on a toasted brioche bun. Experience your right to new hickory-smoked BBQ Pulled Pork at Wendy’s for a limited time.
Back in April we brought you a first look at this sandwich when it was in test markets. I’ve always been a little iffy about pulled pork at fast food places for whatever reason, but in my experiences, the quality at Wendy’s has usually been pretty solid. … continue reading “Review: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich from Wendy’s”
The King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef Sandwich from Arby’s will be getting a revamp and re-release next week. The roast beef will be sliced fresh daily and placed on a sweet King’s Hawaiian roll then drizzled with Arby’s zesty Horsey Sauce. As far as I can tell now, the only change is the added Horsey Sauce which you could already do yourself. We’ll keep you posted if this fan favorite has changed any more than that. In the meantime, here’s our review of the King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef BLT and the King’s Hawaiian Roast Beef & Swiss.
The Cinnabon menu for fall has been updated to include the Pumpkin Caramel Classic Roll, MiniBon® Roll and Center of the Roll™, served with cream cheese frosting with added flavors of pumpkin spices and caramel.
Also available is the new Pumpkin Pie Chillatta which features flavors of pumpkin, cinnamon and caramel with a whipped cream topping that includes pumpkin pie crust crumbles and caramel drizzle.
On Monday, September 22nd, Sonic is celebrating National Ice Cream Cone Day with half price vanilla ice cream cones all day.
Krispy Kreme will be celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Ghostbusters with two new marshmallow Kreme filled doughnuts. Krispy Kreme is introducing the Ghostbusters Doughnut and Stay Puft Marshmallow Doughnut on Monday, September 29th and will be available through October 31st.
- Ghostbusters Doughnut: A marshmallow Kreme-filled shell topped with white icing, a decorative green “splat” inspired by Slimer, and a Ghostbusters logo sugar piece.
- Stay Puft Marshmallow Doughnut: A marshmallow Kreme-filled shell topped with white icing, decorated with Stay Puft Marshmallow Man’s familiar face and a sugar piece hat.
From now until October 31st, Wendy’s is offering its Halloween Coupon book – with Jr. Frosty coupons – nationwide. The Halloween Coupon book program benefits children in foster care as ninety cents of every dollar goes to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. Jr. Frosty coupons are redeemable November 2014 through February 2015.
In episode 38 of The Nosh Show we discuss Taco Bell’s Biscuit Taco, IHOP’s Waffullicious Waffles, Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass, Hershey’s new logo, and a lot more. Join us as we discuss the hard-hitting junk food current events.
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