Bruce Horovitz, USA TODAY
Wendy's has a twist on burgers that's not yet for sale, but it's already getting buzz as one of 2013's most innovative fast food offerings: a pretzel burger.
More specifically, the Pretzel Bacon Cheeseburger.
Whether this premium product rolls out this summer -- or next fall is anyone's guess. Wendy's won't say declining to discuss the pretzel burger until its national introduction
http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/bus … d/2370301/
I like pretzels, burgers and cheese, but probably not together. Anyone think this sounds good?
by Daniel J. Neumann 7 years ago
Do you prefer McDonalds, Burger King, or Wendy's hamburgers?If you like an alternative fast food chain, let us know. Fries may factor into your decision—but tell us that. Justify your answer. I need to know this.
by krazy_kwame 7 years ago
A]Burger King B]McDonald's C]TacoBell D]Captain D's E]KFC
by jaydawg808 5 years ago
Is it weird to order burgers "plain"?Like when I eat at fast food restaurants, I always order my burger plain or chicken sandwich plain. I can't have the cheese, can't have mayo, and just think it's easier for them to slap together. Is this weird?
by Brian L. Powell 6 years ago
I am looking for opinions on what makes a good hamburger. Fresh Buns, Meat and/or toppings. What places are good? Anyone know anything about In and Out Burgers or Twisted Root? What about turkey burgers, bison burgers, elk burgers etc.?
by fratjoe18 8 years ago
I get asked this question a lot for some reason. When you go out to a fast food chain or even at home making a homemade meal. Do you eat your French fries first or your burger first? As for me I always eat my French fries first, then I eat the main course.
by philzgrill 7 years ago
This hamburger chain started in So. California, Baldwin Park and stretches across CA, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. They've been around 62 years and has some of the best food you can eat. All fresh, no freezers and no microwaves. You will only find these in the western U.S. Try...
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