How did these get so popular for a few years there? They used to be on all those commercials, and people raved about them. Yet they're demonstrably worse than onion rings, and that sauce they come with fucking blows.
I personally disliked it. Too smokey for my tastes. But it's possible that my opinion was colored by the fact that I drove like 30 minutes to try the onion because the commercials suckered me into it.
I didn't realize that having an Outback Steakhouse within walking distance was the hallmark of the developed world.
And I didn't realize that rualfags had cars, I thought you were talking about 30 by horse & buggy
I don't know why everyone is shitting on Outback. I know exactly what I'm getting when I go there, and the giant fried onion is no exception. It's a deep fried onion and that's what it tastes like.
Also their rack of lamb is actually pretty good
I would say that trying one is an essential experience of modernity. I also got a pork chop or something that was pretty mediocre. I couldn't eat the whole onion of course, and I had to take the rest home--reheated, it tasted even worse.
see, so I knew my mom fucking lied to me. She has been trying to sabotage my diet
they ordered outback for pick up the other day, I got tuna, and then she said the bloomin onion only has 800 calories total so its ok if I have a little bit
meanwhile if this holds up I ate twice as many calories than I meant to.