Fast Food

Burger King’s Latest Cheeseburger Is Extra Long And Drenched In Butter


For the last year, Burger King has really been hyping their Extra-long Cheeseburgers. So far there’s been the Original, the Extra Long Fish Sandwich and even an Extra Long Sriracha Cheeseburger. Now, BK’s latest variant includes a familiar component.

The Extra Long Buttery Cheeseburger will feature a buttery garlic sauce for each of the two beef patties, Brand Eating reports. The long burger also features onions, iceberg lettuce, ketchup, mayonnaise and American cheese on a toasted hoagie bun.

Seems surprisingly similar to the Jack in the Box concept “The Buttery Jack” that’s been promoted by Jack this past year.

Patrons can get their butter-loving hands on this burger for about $3.50 or as part of the 2 for $5 value deal if they feel like having another sandwich at a discount.

Cover Photo: Burger King + Stock

Fast Food

Jack In The Box Fills Newest Buttery Jack With Fried Jalapeños


Last week, Jack in the Box released its new Cheddar Onion Buttery Jack. Now, GrubGrade reports that the fast food chain is already testing out an even newer Crispy Jalapeño Buttery Jack. Guess they’re really putting their faith in the Buttery Jack concept.

Though it’s kinda working for them.

Jack in the Box’s new sandwich features the staple garlic herb butter sauce, beef patty and gourmet bun. To make it stand out from previous Buttery Jacks, the new Jalapeño variant also features a chipotle sauce, lettuce, tomato, cheddar slice and a heap of crispy jalapeños.

Though the sandwich only appears to be available in Northern California, it could very well hit national markets if it’s received well enough. We wouldn’t mind trying this baby at all.

Photo: GrubGrade


479° Popcorn: Fleur de Sel Caramel

“Fleur de Sel is harvested by hand from salt evaporation ponds on the coast of Brittany in France. Unlike factory-manufactured salts, these natural salt crystals are delicate and flaky, with a subtle hint of oceanic flavor. We drench fluffy organic popcorn in smooth, buttery caramel and sprinkle the Fleur de Sel on top, for a delicious interplay of sweet and salty. As you nibble your way through the box, we invite you to pour yourself a glass of champagne and ponder the French paradox.”


Sun Chips: Cinnamon

Sun Chips has a new flavor that might sound weird to eat as a chip, but it comes packed with flavor. Think Apple Jacks cereal or Taco Bell’s cinnamon twist; put it in a chip form and you have the new Cinnamon Sun Chips. There is also a buttery aftertaste. Get out there and try some!