Fast Food

This Is Wendy’s New Vegetarian Burger


Wendy’s is going vegetarian. The fast food chain is currently testing a new Black Bean Burger for non-meat eaters to enjoy.

The burger is made with a roasted red pepper corn & black bean patty, tomatoes, spring vegetables, pepper jack cheese and a parmesan ranch sauce. It’s served on a multigrain bun made with nine different grains and seeds.

Because of the burger is meatless, the patties are cooked in an oven to keep it from touching the meat juices commonly found on the grill. Sounds like Wendy’s is covering all its bases.

Currently, the new burger is being tested in Salt Lake City, Columbus and Columbia. If successful, expect to see it get a national release sometime in the near future.


Fast Food

This Jack in the Box ‘Jumbo Jack’ is 19 Beef Patties Deep


What’s in a perfect burger? From person to person, the dream of the perfect fast food burger pretty much varies. Beau Chevassus, however, decided to never settle for what society deemed a “Jumbo Jack” and set out to create his own perfect burger no matter the cost.

Taken over by a stroke of audacity, Beau decided to order the most epic Jumbo Jack in fast food history. His order consisited of 19 extra patties, several orders of bacon, every single cheese on the menu, onion rings, fried eggs, ham, turkey and more chicken patties. The total came out to $38.23, making this possibly the world’s most expensive custom fast food burger.

Beau then asked for an antennae ball (which wasn’t reflected in the total) to top off his masterpiece.


It’s hard to realize that it’s possible to swoop up this mouth-watering whale of a burger by just heading to the Jack in the Box down the street. So now that you’ve read one man’s inspiring journey to find the perfect burger, how many of you want to go out into that greasy, delicious world and make your own dreams come true?

PicThx BeauCh


Craving: Falafel Cupcake

A falafel “cupcake” patty with cucumber yogurt dressing as the “icing”, with a little red cumin as the “sprinkles”. Ah, so clever! (PicThx VerySmallAnna)