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lennys burger arizona

Some new pictures added for Lenny's Burger, a small chain here in Arizona.  Here's the double cheeseburger:

And here's the Pastrami Reuben with a side of fried zucchini

Apparently, Carl's Jr. thinks that the hockey puck smashed breakfast sandwich below is appetizing!  No, this didn't get crushed in the bag - it was served to my wife this way.  Normally, Carl's has a higher level of care in sandwich assembly.  At the very least, they are proud to offer towering burgers overflowing with meaty goodness.  I guess those sandwich stackers sleep late and miss breakfast.

carls jr

We've started bringing the fast food menus back online.  The first to return are the most-recent ones, that is, everything that is within about 18-months or so.  We'll ease into a regular pace of phasing others as well, so thanks everyone for the feedback and glad to see that these are useful!

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When I was a kid growing up in the '70's in L.A., Pup 'n' Taco was a special place.  Even more than Wienerschnitzel (or Der Wienerschnitzel as it was known), Pup 'N' Taco provided comfort food.  I can remember my mom taking me there when I was sick and stayed home from school.  Apparently, I was not to sick to enjoy a mustard dog.

Here's a classic commercial and some links around the web that will help you fellow Southern California kids remember:

Pup N Taco on Wikipedia

Roger Wendell's PNT Memories Page

Pup N Taco on Facebook

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McDonald's is rolling out a European favorite just in time for fall.  The Cheddar Bacon Onion Sandwich (CBO) made its debut on October 19 and will roll out to restaurants nationwide.  According to the announcement, "The tasty new Cheddar Bacon Onion is all about customization and available to order as an Angus Burger... OR a grilled or crispy Premium Chicken Sandwich!"

Here's the CBO on the menu in Greece that I snapped in 2010:

mcdonalds cbo greece

The sandwich sounds like it will be different from that pictured above, as the ingredients are listed as "two new premium toppings of white cheddar and grilled onions, and combined with our existing hickory-smoked bacon and topped with a creamy mustard sauce."

Check it out.  I'll provide a review soon.  If you are really into this, you can follow McDonald's on Twitter (@McDonalds) with the special hashtag #CBO.

By Arby's invitation, I tried the new Grand Turkey Club sandwich.  It was probably the fact that it was SMOTHERED in mayo that kept me from being overjoyed by this sandwich which was, for all intents and purposes, a tasty alternative.

The sandwich comes in a gigantic cardboard box.  And good thing too, as this isn't a skimpy sandwich.  Construction is mayo, lettuce, tomato, sliced turkey, Swiss cheese, bacon, and more mayo.  In my case, unfortunately, it was more like mayo, lettuce, mayo, tomato, mayo, sliced turkey, mayo, Swiss cheese, mayo, bacon, and more mayo.  But setting that aside, what you have are the same ingredients as my favorite "club" sandwich, the Carl's Jr. Chicken Club.

arbys grand turkey club

Look at that.  That is one fine looking sandwich.  No objections.  Generous amounts of lettuce, turkey and bacon made the sandwich tasty and flavorful.  This three-napkin sandwich was big enough to need two hands.

At $4+, the sandwich isn't cheap.  But nowadays, nothing seems to be.  However, putting it next to its smaller sibling, the Turkey Classic, you see a stark contrast between two offerings that are about a dollar apart price-wise.

No that isn't Photoshopped.  That is the size difference between the Grand and the Classic.  At over three bucks, the Turkey Classic is a poor value.  What Arby's tried to do, apparently, is take its popular roast beef sandwich (which is just meat, bread and Arby's sauce) and replicate that formula with Turkey.  What you are left with, however, is a very disappointing pile of sliced turkey on a bun.  Sauce needs to be specified, although it would probably be tasty with honey mustard.

Beyond boring.  And there is NO way to justify over $3 for this.  With my coupon, the gigantic and generous Grand was $3.49.

Arby's has had a good shredded chicken sandwich for some time.  The turkey offerings seem on par.  Getting back to the Grand, I would have preferred shredded lettuce instead of leaf, but that is personal bias and the big leafy garden toppings were nothing to complain about.

Check out the Grand Turkey Club the next time you visit Arby's.  Just tell them to go easy on the mayo.

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