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Lay’s has five new potato chips
July 13th, 2020 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]

Lay’s is always coming out with new flavors, and now they added five new ones to their menu. They are Lay’s Kettle Cooked New York Style Pizza inspired by Grimaldi’s in New York City, Lay’s Nashville Hot Chicken inspired by Party Fowl in Nashville, Lay’s Philly Cheesesteak inspired by Geno’s Steaks in Philadelphia, Lay’s Wavy Carnitas Street Taco inspired by El Torito in Los Angeles, and Lay’s Chile Relleno inspired by Cocina Azul in Albuquerque.

All of the chips are available in stores today, except the Chile Relleno is only available at Walmart and 7/11. Which ones are you going to try?

BTW Isn’t it cruel for Lay’s to release all this yumminess when we are all gaining the quarantine 16?


Would you drink Cookie Butter Beer?
July 9th, 2020 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]

Trader Joe’s/Instagram

If someone tells you they are going to Trader Joe’s, you are going to ask them if they have ever tried the Cookie Butter. That is probably why the store has several different products with the addictive substance in it.

Coming this fall, they are going to put it in beer. That is right. They are going be selling Cookie Butter Beer, and that is not the only strange concoction of beer they are adding to the list. According to SheKnows, it will be joined by a coffee peanut butter porter, a ginger beard spiced stout, and a toasty cookie spice cider.

I am a Woodpecker Cider girl, and that just sounds so nasty to me. Yet, I want to try them all. Which one do you want to try?


KFC dumps potato wedges for secret recipe fries
June 12th, 2020 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]
Kentucky Fried Chicken is as known for their sides as they are for their chicken. Their sides are green beans, coleslaw, mac and cheese, whole kernel corn, mashed potatoes and gravy, biscuits, and potato wedges. Scratch the last one. Those are now gone. They are going to be replaced this week by secret recipe fries that passed a test run in nearly 200 stores.

I watched a few reviews of the new side, and the tasters say that are good but too salty. Hopefully, KFC heard that complaint and reduced the saltiness. I, for one, am not a huge fan things that are too salty.

Are you going to try the new fries, or are you going to mourn the potato wedges? I am going to stick with the coleslaw, and mashed potatoes and gravy. Those are finger looking good to me.


Taylor Kinney is not too old to wear the Burger King paper crown
May 11th, 2020 under Dick Wolf, Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]

Taylor Kinney/Instagram

When I was a kid, I used to look forward to going to Burger King so that I could get one of those paper crowns. It made me feel like a princess. Heck, I would wear one now if they gave it to me.

I am not the only one who feels that way. Taylor Kinney is driving on his motorcycle from Chicago to Pennsyltucky, and he stopped at the Home of the Whopper to get something to eat. On the way out, he proudly showed off his BK crown. The Chicago Fire star might be 38, but he is not too old to feel like a kid!

Personally, Burger King should make him their mascot! He is so hot, he could flame broil their hamburgers just by walking by them.


Ikea releases the recipe for their Swedish Meatballs!
April 21st, 2020 under Fast Food. [ Comments: none ]


So many people love to go to Ikea to look at the furniture. However, I like to go for the Sweedish Meatballs. Sadly, I cannot go get some because we are in the middle of a pandemic.

I am not the only one who is going through withdrawal, so Ikea got us covered. They released the recipe for their drug, I mean their meal.

Now, I have only one problem, who is going to cook them for me? Just like when I buy anything from there, I need someone else to put it together.

Plus, it will cost more to make it at home than to buy it from there. Which is how they will get us back into their store when they are finally open for business again.


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