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Seven Inches of Heaven!

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Whoa! Whoa, whoa, whoa. While I was searching for a jpeg of that Footlong for Carl’s Jr I came across this gem! The BK Super Seven Incher ad showing a woman about to *ahem* eat this sandwich.  Talking points:

1.  It will blow your mind away! Because obviously giving head eating this sandwich is MIND-BLOWINGLY AWESOME!

2.  Special super-duper hot phrases like “fill your desire” and “yearn for more”!

3.   Who can resist something long & juicy?  C’mon girls, let’s go get it!  I can’t wait to be satiated by my sexy sandwich!

Carl’s Jr Ups the Fatty

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Well, crap. Now Carl’s Jr., who I think prides themselves on being watercooler talk than actual cuisine, has introduced a Footlong Cheeseburger (reviewed by Foodbeast).   The website isn’t dishing up the nutritional facts just yet, but I’m sure it will wow & delight sickos everywhere.

Coq au WHAT?

Friday, May 21st, 2010

From Fancy Fast Food, this little gem: 

Cheerwine is a popular soft drink in the south that is more “cheer” than “wine” (and more “cherry” than “cheer”), but we’re going to pretend it’s that Pinot — it looks like that when you pour it into fancy stemware anyway.

What better way to pair a Carolina dish with Carolina Cheerwine than to fuse them together in a mock recipe for Coq Au Vin — that French dish where chicken is braised in red wine? And so, we present the Fancy Fast Food recipe for “Coq Au CheerVin” (pronounced kohk oh sheer vaehn’ if you want to sound all Frenchy):

My mind is sorta blown. You see, dear readers, I lived for a while in South Carolina, and I know people who drank Cheerwine. And it terrified me. And the idea of using it as a cooking ingredient—especially to make fast food taste better—well, I’m just. Yeah.

But strangely drawn to it. Like the day we had the Double Down in the office. Part of me wants it. The very, very bad part. 

Friday, May 21st, 2010

bgilliard:  Pictures of drinks beside their sugar equivalents in food

This is such. a. downer.  I didn’t need to know that a Cosi Mocha has as much sugar as 41 Oreo cookies.  I just didn’t.  So I pass this onto you, fair reader.

Fast food ban could put jobs on the line

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Link: Fast food ban could put jobs on the line

Today’s Metro reminds us that there are jobs to be lost with the banning of fast food restaurants in “high obesity areas.”