All you have to do is mention “Outback Bowl” to your server. That’s it. But today, Sat. January 2nd, is the ONLY DAY to do so. So get going already.
For ‘America’s Boldest Rivalry,’ the 2016 Outback Bowl in Tampa, FL matched a team from both the SEC and Big Ten conferences, represented by the University of Tennessee Volunteers and the Northwestern University Wildcats, respectively. A win from Northwestern and the Big Ten would have meant a free coconut shrimp appetizer from Outback Steakhouse. But a dominant, blowout victory of 45-6 by the SEC’s Tennessee Vols guaranteed a free Bloomin’ Onion® to any party willing to utter the phrase.
In 2015, Outback Steakhouse gave away over 75,000 orders of Coconut Shrimp after the Wisconsin Badgers victory. Considering the Bowl’s escalating popularity and this year’s 30th annual game, it is expected that the number of complimentary appetizers will be surpassed.
When Jack in the Box first launched their Buttery Jack burgers, we were pretty on the fence with how a butter-soaked fast food sandwich would taste. Turns out, they weren’t bad at all. Now, Jack in the Box has released their newest Buttery Jack variant: the Cheddar Onion Buttery Jack.
The burger features a 1/4 lb beef patty (how much it weighs before it’s cooked) topped with the signature melted garlic herb butter. The burger is then loaded with Cheddar cheese slices, crispy onions, grilled onions and a caramelized onion aioli. It’s served on a gourmet bun.
Jack’s line of Buttery Jack sandwiches so far include the Classic Buttery Jack and the Bacon and Swiss.
While the new burger itself is about $5, you can get a $1 off coupon here.
It’s easy to mock Chuck E Cheese for being gross and grimy, but is that just because we know better now or because we’ve gotten too old to not care?
A couple of days ago, satirical news site The Onion ran a story on how “America’s best value in family-friendly fun” had announced a new steep price decrease would be off-set by “a chain-wide lowering of hygiene standards.” This would include everything from requiring kids to sign waivers before touching any of the arcade games to giving the bathrooms just “one quick swab” at the end of the day. Like most Onion stories, it’s funny because it’s probably true, though the piece did make me miss the good old days of taking off my light-up sneakers and rolling around the ball pit. Who could forget the feeling of shiny, sweaty plastic beneath our fingers, the joy of button-mashing the TMNT and The Simpsons games after some other kid had just sneezed on them?
Goodness knows Chuck E Cheese was probably just as yucky back in the ‘90s. It’s just too bad caring about our health and hygiene is suddenly “in.”
Check out the full article for yourself at The Onion.
One of the greatest tragedies in life is that most foods just don’t taste enough like onions. Thankfully, Loeb’s Onion Crunch bridges the gap between “Eating to Live” and “Living to Eat.” Made with 100% real onions, Onion Crunch is made by lightly frying specially selected sweet onions in vegetable oil and adding a light season to the already natural flavor. Onion Crunch contains no cholesterol and 0 grams of trans fat as well as being low in sodium and carbohydrates.
Onion Crunch prides itself on being a great addition to everyday foods. The box itself suggests we put some crunch into our burgers, pizzas, and even salads! Now they’re not wrong about this. Onion Crunch does taste delicious on pizza. But then again, we wouldn’t be Foodbeast if we didn’t have a little fun with this now would we?
Onion Crunch on a broccoli stuffed chicken from a gas station. Delicious.
Onion Crunch on a Waffle. Delicious.
Onion Crunch on Red Velvet Cupcakes. Delicious.
And finally, Onion Crunch between Mini Oreos. You’re going to have to go out and get some Onion Crunch for yourselves on this one because delicious doesn’t even begin to describe it.
There isn’t much else I can say about Onion Crunch other than this:
Onion Crunch is that little bit of happiness missing from every meal. It’s that feeling you have in between a really good dream and waking up. Getting a decent grade on a paper you thought you tanked. Onion Crunch is that feeling you get from holding a that special someone’s hand for the first time.
Onion Crunch is magic.
(Note: Yeah, I know “Onionizing” isn’t a word. But it should be.)
Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill lives up to its name when it comes to their fresh and tasty Mexican ingredients. While I don’t patronize their locations as much as I’d like, I was pleasantly surprised to find that they had bacon on the menu via their Bacon Garlic Herb Shrimp Tacos. The thought of adding bacon to their garlic herb shrimp was a combination too good to pass up:
Before I even get into the specifics of this particular burger, take a look at the grin on the kid barely visible in the top right hand corner of this photo. It’s amazing what some crazy delicious food can do to a person’s soul. #foodbeast #preachit We’re looking at a plate-size patty, a handful of bacon, tomato and onions with a healthy amount of melted cheese all over. (Thx TIWYH)
The original Turtle Burger recipe was one of our most popular recipes ever brought to light on Foodbeast. Ever since, their have been many fan made iterations of the recipe, including this one which actually puts the turtle burger into sandwich form. We’re looking at 1/2 lb. sirloin burger, a couple hot dogs, four slices of bacon, Swiss cheese, two slices of tomato, red onion, an over easy egg and mushroom peppercorn gravy on a buttered and toasted bun. Hung.Ree. (PicThx DTLG)