It’s Another Episode of The Nosh Show: Episode 13 Asks… What’s Your Go-To Nosh?

We’ve hit episode 13 of The Nosh Show… have you been listening?  In this installment of The Nosh Show, come with us on a journey where McDonald’s Mighty Wings are both loved and hated (well almost).  Our Nosh or Not segment tackles such serious noshing questions like… would you nosh on bacon candy?  When it comes to Let’s Chew on This, we discuss our go-to noshing favorites.  Where’s my grubbing soulmate? There’s always a special place in my stomach for a BK Rodeo Cheeseburger and Chick-n-Mini’s from Chick-fil-A.  What are some of your go-to noshes?

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4 comments on “It’s Another Episode of The Nosh Show: Episode 13 Asks… What’s Your Go-To Nosh?

  1. M86 says:

    I think I can honestly say that I don’t have any go-to’s (currently) when it comes to grub.

    I go through phases… When I was in high school, it was a McChicken and an Oreo McFlurry. Then it was the Tendercrisp from Burger King, then the gyro that Arby’s had (which they really need to bring back, and yes, I totally realize it nowhere near to being authentic). Next was a #8 combo from Taco John’s (Meat & potato burrito, soft shell taco, potato oles, & a drink).

  2. TehBuLL says:

    McDouble – No Pickle
    Small Fry
    1 Sweet and Sour Sauce for the fries
    All good.

  3. Christopher says:

    Double-Double Animal Style.
    Anytime, anywhere.

  4. MP says:

    Portillo’s (or any) Italian Beef: dunked & with hot giardiniera. My favorite food, hands down. You can add any kind of cheese, sweet or hot peppers, dunk it in au jus or have it dry.
    Cheetos – original & white cheddar puffs
    Doritos nacho cheese
    Merkt’s (or any) sharp cheddar spread: for crackers, burgers, tacos, sandwiches, pretzels
    Taco Bell Volcano Taco
    Dr Pepper
    Schweppes raspberry ginger ale
    I hate to admit it: Wendy’s crispy chicken sandwich & Double Stack – but the latter with the ketchup/mustard/pickles removed & Hellman’s mayo + Taco Bell Fire sauce mixed in its place. I usually add more raw onions to it. Discovered this by accident during a TB/Wendy’s hybrid lunch (burger touching sauce puddle). It’s like a Tex-Mex nacho cheeseburger. I’ve tried the other TB sauces & it’s just not the same.
    Btw Ryan: I recently did a faux BK Rodeo cheeseburger – but used a Wendy’s Jr cheeseburger. Took it home, removed the ketchup/mustard/pickles/onions, added oven baked onion rings & Sweet Baby Ray’s Hickory & Brown Sugar BBQ. I get it now. I totally get it. I’ve had the BK version years ago & didn’t think much about it. It’s a really nice alternative to the typical cheeseburger.

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