Discontinued fast food.
Were those onion flavored chicken nuggets...or literally fried hunks of onion?
I'm not sure how I feel about the latter....I mean technically fried onion is not an uncommon thing, but just hunks of them seems weird somehow...
I missed buying these, only had them like once or twice. Sliders are great.
I miss the Beef n Potato Burrito.
I could probably customize another burrito to obtain it though.
It's like a meme that writes itself.
I can't be the only one who remembers this. Or the Bacon Cheeseburger Burrito.
I remember when this showed up on the dollar menu around 2002 or so. That was a fucking great deal. Then it jumped to like $3.50 or something
how many of you remember when Hardee's used to do roast beef and fried chicken and it was freaking delicious?
I actually bought one of these once. It was okay. Then I wondered wtf I was doing buying a deli sandwich at a Wendy's drive-thru
This place generally has shitty food but they got lucky with this one.
It's a complicated one, but back in the 80's here in Bong, we had two choices for fast food burgers: McDonalds, and Wimpy.
Wimpy had *the fucking best* cheeseburgers.
The complicated bit: Wimpy still exist, in some places, but morphed into a weird place half-way between fast food and a sit-down restaurant. And there's non-anywhere near me anyway.
Most of the Wimpy locations got sold off and became Burger King's. I can no longer get a simple Wimpy cheeseburger.
i loooooved the wendy's cheesy cheddarburger. i'd get a few of these and a small chili for dipping. guess they didn't sell well enough though :(
That's not the Wendy's Pretzel Burger.
Fucking miss it.
RIP Jack in the Box bruschetta chicken ciabatta sandwhich
>live in small town in germany
>only have mcdonalds, burger king and kfc
>mfw i will never try out any other fast food burgers other then these
Carl's Jr Chili Cheese Burger. It was disgustingly good though. Messy as fuck, but I loved it.
in Italy we had the filet 'o' fish deluxe for a year or so, some 8 or 9 years ago
my fav mac sandwich period
You've reminded me: the original Quarter Pounder Deluxe. The one that used to come in the blue polystyrene container, instead of the yellow container for the non-deluxe Quarter Pounder.
I'm bummed that the pretzel bun fad died out so fast.
I'm also really bummed this sandwich was out for like, only a month. Hands down the best thing JBX has ever made
Grande soft tacos at taco bell.
basically a regular beef soft taco, glued together to an extra tortilla using nacho cheese. when i was working out in highschool i would eat like 4 after normie practice.
I've heard rumor that you can still find a subway that carries the seafood sandwich, but alas, I have yet to find one.
I would give a hand job to an Armenian woman if it meant getting one more seafood sensation sandwich with jalapenos, banana peppers, olives, onions, and bell peppers
Best thing they ever served. I can still taste it today.
Ranchero Chicken Soft Taco, everyone else may have forgotten you, but I didn't.
It was a limited experiment from late last year to see if there was a market for fast food venison. Don't know yet if they plan to roll it out nationwide or even regionally. The test was in maybe a dozen or so Arby's.
>Venison-lovers have the opportunity to get their hands on an Arby’s venison sandwich next week, when the fast-food chain offers its venison sandwich in Nebraska.
>Arby’s first offered its thick-cut venison sandwich in 17 restaurants across the country in October and November, with many facilities selling out in minutes.
Get ready Nebraska. Arby's is coming for you!
Probably the fact that deer aren't farmed, so they would have had to have people going out to hunt them in massive amounts and bringing the carcass to butcher and ship out to various restaurants.
If this were a more common menu item, I could easily see it causing the deer population in that area to suffer a massive dip.
Also it's a fucking wild animal. Likelihood of disease, while still fairly low, would be increased quite a bit when compared to properly farmed cattle.
>Probably the fact that deer aren't farmed, so they would have had to have people going out to hunt them in massive amounts and bringing the carcass to butcher and ship out to various restaurants.
Cringe. You cannot sell hunted meat in a restaurant. Food safety. The deer are farmed.
Seem to recall one of the news stories mentioning that the meat was flown in from New Zealand where they raise deer as livestock and have it available in grocery stores. Doubt Arby's could expand this nationwide using meat from New Zealand and have it be economical. They'd need to start raising livestock deer in the US.
>live in small town in croatia
>only have mcdonalds
>mfw the mcd recently opened
>also mfw zadar is considerd a big city