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burger king

In a word, disappointing.  That's what I think of the Premium Chicken Sandwich at Burger King.  The wrapped sandwich belies the hot mess waiting underneath:

burger king

 

burger king

Ready?  Blaaahhh:

burger king

This is one sad sandwich.  And I thought the McDonald's chicken sandwich was disappointing.  Where that sandwich was unusually dry, the BK version is disgustingly moist, dripping in mayo.  Two generous slices of tomato almost hide the vanilla-white and equally bland chicken breast.  And this is the GRILLED one.  C'mon, Burger King, you can do better than this.

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This is what it looked like when we asked for an extra side of ham at McDonald's during breakfast for our dog:

What? No special box?

mcdonalds side of ham

Doesn't that look delicious?  And only $1.  Actually, $1 is steep, considering we could've bought a whole burger on the lunch menu for the same price.

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jack in the box

it's been a while since I visited Jack in the Box and that delicious burger of burgers, the Ultimate Cheeseburger.  Let's see how it has stood the test of time:

jack in the box

 

jack in the box

Ooohhh Yeahh.  You haven't changed a bit.  Meat, cheese, cheese, meat and cheese.  You are everything a hearty burger should be.  Thanks for being there!

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mcdonalds big mac

Nothing special about this order, but this Big Mac arrived PACKED.  Overflowing with toppings, actually.  It's almost like it went through the assembly process twice.  No double meat though.  This is the way a Big Mac should always be.

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carls jr panama

Here are some pics of the menu from Carl's Jr. in Panama.  They are a bit grainy, but the key message is there is virtually no difference between this and a U.S. restaurant.  Panama's currency is US Dollars, so even that was the same.carls jr panama

carls jr panama

carls jr panama

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Several readers have said that it would be nice, especially on the menu pages, to be able to click to zoom in the images so that they can be more easily read.  Well, good news.  Over the next few weeks we will begin adding this feature to articles and new menu posts. 

There's no way for me to go back and fix all the old images as I no longer have the original larger images in most cases.  However, over time, we'll all get to enjoy this improvement.

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