Fried Jello, stuffed Funyuns, and more oddities Taco Bell and Burger King may be the reigning champs of weird novelty items in the fast food realm — Whopper burritos! Fried chicken taco shells! — but for sheer variety, the State Fair of Texas simply can't be beat. Show More Summary
Entrepreneur Shoukat Dhanani has built a giant family business in franchised restaurants (Burger King, Popeyes) and convenience stores without any outside investors.
After six decades of serving time-tested favorites that folks seem to enjoy and occasionally screwing about with new french fries , Burger King has decided it’s time to experiment with Tex-Mex for some godawful reason. So they put most of a Whopper in a soft tortilla. Sure. Read more...
Summary: Stop me if you’ve heard this: from Monday, Burger King will be selling, for a limited time, its Whopperrito, a burrito that features a Whopper burger, seasoned with Tex-Mex, as its main filling. I’m betting most people, if not everyone reading this, has already heard about the Whopperrito. Show More Summary
Guys, big banks just need a few more years to figure out how to add more loopholes to financial rule Esteemed Wall Street banks are on their knees asking the Fed for five more years to comply with the Volcker rule, a rule limiting what banks can do with our monies. Originally conceived as part
Burger King’s Whopperito will be available at locations nationwide beginning August 15. Although the specialty item, which combines the Whopper with a burrito, will only be available for a limited time, the fast-food giant confirmed it could become a regular menu item at a later date. Show More Summary
We have an epidemic on our hands. It's time to end the madness. We have an epidemic on our hands. It's time to end the madness. Burger King has released the Whopperito. And as countless news headlines will tell you, it means that Burger King is getting into the white hot burrito business. Read Full Story
Delta cancels flights for second day; Trump talks tax cuts; and look out, Chipotle: Burger King selling a "Whopperito." These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
An unaware fast food diner was left with a ‘Whopper’ of a bill after being surcharged for a meal by more than £700! Ridiculous! But read what she had to
Police say a fast food receipt found at the scene of the Aug. 3 explosion linked a suspect to a gun shop purchase of black powder
Less than two months after unleashing their new Mac n’ Cheetos, Burger King returns with yet another experimental food item, the “Whopperito.” The Whopperito, as you can probably guess by the name, is a cross between a burger and a burrito. BK unveiled the Whopperito at multiple locations in Pennsylvania back in June but will begin […]
Enjoy your final seven days of burger-burrito-less freedom.
If you thought Burger King lost its damn mind when it began serving hot dogs at all U.S. locations in February, it's gotten worse. On August 15, the fast-food chain with no regard for basic decency will begin offering a cheeseburger burrito nationwide. Show More Summary
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Britain’s railways are terrible, especially when compared to their much more modern and efficient European counterparts. They’re basically sweaty, uncomfortable Smarties tubes that reek of Burger King and trundle across the country at an excruciatingly slow pace. Show More Summary
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Fast food restaurants are known for introducing outrageous food creations in an effort to gain sales. Take for instance, Burger King’s latest introduction: Mac N’ Cheetos. It is bizarre as it sounds. Consisting of macaroni and cheese crusted in Cheetos, the strange food hasn’t seem to have the results the company had hoped for. Show More Summary
Burger King is truly re-imagining the classic burger with its latest concoction. The food chain gave their famous Whopper a Tex-Mex twist, creating the Whopperrito — a rebellious combination of a cheeseburger and a burrito. Just in time for the end of summer, the Whopperrito will be arriving at Burger King locations nationwide on Monday, Aug. Show More Summary
It launches nationwide August 15 Like it or not, the insane success of the Cronut means a never-ending procession of hybrid foods will be unleashed upon the Earth until the day a giant meteor finally ends it all. Case in point: Burger...Show More Summary