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post #136 of 151
I've been cutting back on the fast food significantly lately, but I still like Wendy's (The Baconator), Checkers, and Arby's.

It's dying out, but I'm a fan of the Roy Rogers. The Gold Rush Chicken Sandwich is outstanding.
post #137 of 151
[quote=j;187065]I'm pretty sure White Castle is still around. At least it was when Harold and Kumar went there in that movie a couple years back.

White Castle is around. They are all over the Chicagoland area. If anyone needs a Crave Case sent to them, shoot me a PM
post #138 of 151
Happy Passover! Reading this is killing me right now. Dreaming of bread with trayf burgers and cheese in between!
post #139 of 151
Taco Bell is my best food hell. I always feel a little ill after I eat my 2 steak chalupas and a hard taco, but I keep coming back for more. It must be the msg.
post #140 of 151
I had a friend who worked at taco bell and apparently they have a contraption called a "meat hose" that they use to fill their tacos/burritos/etc.
post #141 of 151
Sbarro. Airport cuisine.

JB
post #142 of 151
NY burger Co. is pretty good. Burgers made fresh to order. The chili-pepper ketchup is pretty badass.
post #143 of 151
Does Chipotle count as a food hell? Either way it is fucking delicious.
post #144 of 151
Chipotle is pretty magical. I used to really love it but it seems like as of recent all the times i went there the burrito was just so over stuffed that it could barely be rolled and just fell apart.
post #145 of 151
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Originally Posted by Smokestack View Post
I had a friend who worked at taco bell and apparently they have a contraption called a "meat hose" that they use to fill their tacos/burritos/etc.
Lucky! All our Taco Bell had was meth and coke sold at the drive thru. Seriously.

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Does Chipotle count as a food hell? Either way it is fucking delicious.
I think it counts because I just saw something online about how each item has an absurd amount of calories. Mostly from the ginormous burrito size but also certain ingredients. Who cares, awesome.


Any second-tier family restaurant below places like Bennigan's or Ruby Tuesdays. Think Perkins, Village Inn, IHOP, etc. The ultimate hell: the Perkins Fisherman's Platter: two pieces of cod, several shrimp, a plateload of chopped clam, all deep fried with french fries. If you've been healthy in any way before eating it, you will a) feel violently ill, b) sweat grease, c) almost pass out, d) all of the above. Worth it.
post #146 of 151
Papya Dog.....2 dogs with onions, kraut, mustard and a drink for $3.50!
post #147 of 151
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Originally Posted by samblau View Post
Papya Dog.....2 dogs with onions, kraut, mustard and a drink for $3.50!

I've always been afraid to try that place...
post #148 of 151
For all-nighters in college I used to go, at around 2-3 in the morning, to Wawa's and get 2 chili dogs and a coke. Somehow the delicious combination of fat, salt, sugar and stomach irritants was perfect to get me through the night, and I still miss them after almost 15 years.
post #149 of 151
I truly don't understand the cult of Wendy, they have the worst fries in the business and in fast food fries are everything! The burgers are DECENT, the Flame Broiled taste of the Whopper is the winner for me. Checkers fries are tops for me as well. I used to love McDonald's fries and still do but they just sit in my stomach for like 9 days. Chipolte is legal crack I think.
post #150 of 151
Chipotle is inferior to both Baja Fresh and Qdoba. I agree w/ the fries and burgers thing about wendy's, but the Spicy Chicken Sandwich rocks the house.
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