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Jack In The Box Just Turned Their Curly Fries Into NACHOS


Upgrading our Jack in the Box fries to the curly option is definitely money well spent. While Jack’s regular fries aren’t our favorite fast food fries, the curly ones are definitely high on that list. Now, if you’re looking for a cheesy and spicier option, your wish just came true.

For a limited time, Jack in the Box is offering a Spicy Nacho Curly Fries side. The dish includes the staple order of Jack’s curly fries topped with nacho cheese and sliced pieces of jalapeños. Kind of similar to those jalapeño cheese popper nachos we hacked a few months ago.

If these are anything like their chili cheese curly fries, they might become a classic on the menu.




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Jack In The Box Testing Chick-N-Tater Melt Topped With Whole Hash Brown and Croissant Bun


More chicken options for Jack in the Box’s infamous Munchie Meals: replacing the Exploding Cheesy Chicken on some menus is this new Chick-N-Tater Melt, which is a croissant sandwich stuffed with a fried chicken patty and asphyxiated in Swiss cheese, bacon, cheese sauce, ranch, and a hash brown.

This perfect, degenerate start to your breakfast shame spiral was spotted by a Brand Eating reader in Northern California, where we’re hoping people really like potatoes. Available as a $6 Munchie Meal from 9 pm to 5 am, the Chick-N-Tater is offered in a combo with two tacos, a drink, and halfsie regular and curly fries. You know, just in case the hash brown wasn’t tuber-y enough.

For a true whole-breakfast-in-one-bite experience, stuff your Chick-N-Tater with mini pancakes and maple syrup. At this point, you really might as well.

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Jack in the Box Hacks Menu with New ‘Hella-Peño’ Burger, Breakfast Tacos


No lie, we kind of love how shameless fast food has gotten lately. It’s as if some genius development guy finally realized most people don’t wander into Jack in the Box at 2 in the morning because they want something healthy; they want something dank.

Thankfully, the giant bobble head is all too happy to oblige. Late last year, Jack tested a new addition to its late-night Munchie Menu in San Francisco: an orgastic cheeseburger swelling with fried jalapeño poppers, spicy jalapeño coins, creamy nacho cheese, and ooze-worthy taco sauce, appropriately dubbed the Hella-Peño. Now, fans of the glorified money shot will be pleased to know the Hella is finally available nationwide as a $6 Munchie Meal, with two tacos and a side of Halfsie fries. You know, because the grilled cheese burgers and cheese and ranch-loaded chicken nuggets on the rest of the menu weren’t ridiculous enough.


For the other half of the day (or whenever, since Jack is just godly like that), Jack is also introducing a new jumbo Breakfast Monster Taco, loaded with scrambled eggs, American cheese, and taco sauce.

Along with the two artery-killing superstars are a couple other, less riveting additions, like a new BBQ Cheeseburger and Jalapeño Ranch Ultimate Cheeseburger.


H/T GrubGrade + Picthx Jack in The Box

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Jack in the Box Whips Out Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Cream Pie


Peanut butter cup desserts are nothing new. From cheesecakes at The Cheesecake Factory to Reese’s Blizzards at Dairy Queen, the only thing Reese’s fans could want more is maybe a peanut butter blood transfusion. But say you need your PBC fix super late at night, alongside a helping of cheesy bacon ranch chicken nuggets and halfsie fries. Chill, Jack in the Box’s got your back.

For a limited time, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Pies are making their way to everyone’s favorite munchie menu. Jack in the Box’s take features a cookie crust, Reese’s peanut butter filling, crumbled Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and chocolate and peanut butter sauce drizzles, reports Brand Eating. Like most fast food pies, the Reese’s is a little visually underwhelming, but not nearly enough to outweigh the buttery fatness of the cream, or the $1.99 price tag.



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Jack in the Box Releases Blazin’ Chicken Sandwich with Ghost Pepper Ranch Dressing


Here’s some hot hot chicken news: Jack in the Box has just released a brand new spicy chicken sandwich nationwide. You know, in case you’d like your mouth to feel as hot as the weather, for whatever reason.

It seems the bobble head-friendly burger chain really wants to watch the world burn with this one. The Blazin’ Chicken Sandwich features a spicy chicken filet, grilled onions, jalapeños, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and, of course, nice, healthy squirt of ghost pepper ranch dressing. (The ghost pepper, by the way, clocks in at between 855,000 – 1,463,700 scovilles).

If you’re feeling especially masochistic, some Facebookers also recommend dropping the sauce on the burgers, tacos, chicken nuggets, and basically everything on the menu. Our vote is for a ghost pepper Grilled Cheese Stacked Burger. Because, well, damn.

H/T + Picthx GrubGrade


Jack Daniel’s 160th Birthday Limited Edition Bottle

The year was 1850 and Henry Clay just introduced the Compromise of 1850, American Express was founded by Henry Wells & William Fargo and Los Angeles, California was incorporated as a city. While all of these wonderful events were taking place, Jack Daniels was founded in the midst, thus the celebration of their 160th year anniversary. What better way to honor one of the world’s best selling liquors then to bottle it up in all black. Get your friends together, get your glasses out, and celebrate like you know how to; by getting completely smashed. Bevmo sells it for $30, so man up and purchase some. (Thx CM)


IHOP: Loaded Country Hashbrowns

IHOP is taking potato month to the max. For a limited time, the pancake house has presented an awesome combination of flavors served with two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs cooked any styles and one of the following combination of potato-centered-mixes for $5.99:

  • Ham, Swiss & Mushroom Browns – loaded with sautéed mushrooms, diced ham and melted Swiss and Parmesan cheese. Topped with green onions.
  • Jack, Cheddar & Bacon Browns – stuffed with chopped hickory-smoked bacon and melted Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses. Topped with sour cream and green onions.
  • Country Sausage Browns – overflowing with pork sausage links, Cheddar cheese and grilled onions. Topped with creamy country gravy.