ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Restaurants

The Tragic Death Of The In-N-Out President

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. Many people know of In-N-Out's young "Burger Billionaire Heiress," CEO Lynsi Snyder, who took over the chain in 2010 at 28. But getting the job came at a steep price. The previous CEOs — her father and her uncle — died tragically six years apart.
FOOD & DRINKS
Picture for The Tragic Death Of The In-N-Out President

McDonald's Copies a Burger King Menu Item

Ali vs. Frazier, Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant, Coke vs. Pepsi, Red Sox vs. Yankees, Nick Saban vs. every coach who has ever worked for him, and, of course, McDonald's (MCD) - Get McDonald's Corporation Report versus Burger King represent some of the greatest rivalries in the world. Most rivalries, however, come with a begrudging respect.
FOOD & DRINKS
Picture for McDonald's Copies a Burger King Menu Item

John Oliver has some complaints about Subway, America's largest restaurant chain

"Our main story tonight concerns sandwiches, specifically Subway sandwiches, dad's attempt at dinner," John Oliver said on Sunday's Last Week Tonight. "Now, it can seem like Subway's in the news pretty often, and it is rarely for anything good," he added, running through some of the recent controversies. "But even putting all of those stories aside, Subway is still worth talking about tonight for a number of reasons, starting with the fact it's a lot bigger than you might think. Subway's actually the biggest restaurant chain in the U.S. by number of locations, and for a while they had the most locations of any restaurant worldwide, beating both Starbucks and McDonald's."
FOOD & DRINKS
Picture for John Oliver has some complaints about Subway, America's largest restaurant chain
RELATED CHANNELS

Things You Should Probably Never Order at a Restaurant

The coronavirus pandemic has significantly damaged the food industry in the U.S. About two years after being forced to shut down and hundreds of iconic establishments closing for good, restaurants are open for business. People patronize these places for a variety of reasons, of course. It might be a matter of convenience and/or price. On […]
FOOD & DRINKS

New York State Man Sues McDonald’s, Wendy’s Over Size of Beef

This guy has beef with a couple of major food chains. Or maybe it's another case of "Where's the beef?" One New York state man feels that two fast-food giants are skimping out on the size of their burgers. And of course, we all know what happens in today's world when the slightest little thing doesn't go someone's way. You sue.
LAW

The scoop on ice cream

When it comes to ice cream, Manish Vora knows the scoop. "There's nothing that makes more people happy than ice cream on a day-to-day basis," he said. But what makes Vora happy is the ice cream scooper. "They really are things of art," he told correspondent Susan Spencer. "There's brilliance in the simplicity of this. It's something that is so utilitarian but so timeless, still is a beautiful object."
NEW YORK CITY, NY
RELATED PEOPLE

Wendy’s burger secret that’s bad news for chili fans

Wendy’s is known for its delicious square burgers and sea salt fries. While their burgers are typically cooked to perfection, according to a previous employee of the chain, there’s a method to it. In a video, the ex-employee claimed: “The reason Wendy’s hamburger patties are always cooked so perfectly is because when they start getting close to being overcooked, they throw them in a bin. “When the bin gets full, they chop [the burgers] up and turn them into the chili.” So, per the employee, the overcooked burgers are used as a key ingredient in Wendy’s chili. This way, they ensure that only perfectly cooked burgers...
FOOD & DRINKS

A McDonald’s Employee Advises Customers To Buy 20 Nuggets Every Time They Order

A man presumed to be McDonald’s employee has shown the general public how to get the newly made chicken nuggets when ordering from McDonald’s. This is one of the many problems encountered by customers daily. Using his TikTok account @nicaraguanjesu, the faceless worker displayed footage of the heat boxes used in the kitchen of a McDonald’s restaurant which was full of nuggets.
FOOD & DRINKS

Taco Bell Menu Adds Two New Items

People really wanted Taco Bell to bring back the Mexican Pizza. The Yum! Brands (YUM) - Get Yum! Brands, Inc. Report chain got rid of the popular treat when it revamped its menu during the pandemic. The company dropped items that were harder to make or required special ingredients. In...
FOOD & DRINKS
RELATED CONTRIBUTORS
Popculture

McDonald's Adds New Summer Treat to Menu

McDonald's is bulking up its menu with a new chilled item just in time for those summer heatwaves. The Golden Arches is mixing salty and sweet for its latest mouth-watering child concoction – the new Chocolatey Pretzel McFlurry. The new addition, set to be available at participating McDonald's locations nationwide beginning May 25, marks the first new addition to the McFlurry lineup of 2022.
BEAUTY & FASHION
RELATED PUBLISHERS
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

This Missouri Pancake Might Be the Biggest Flapjack Ever

There are pancakes and there are PANCAKES. This is that second one. It's a Missouri pancake that is so massive it just might be the biggest flapjack ever. My understanding is that Billy Gail's Restaurant in Branson, Missouri prides itself on big portions. Challenge accepted. That apparently inspired a YouTuber from Texas to road trip and try to consume one of their food challenge pancakes that measures 14 inches across.
BRANSON, MO

A Beloved Menu Item Returns to Taco Bell (It's Not Mexican Pizza)

While McDonald's (MCD) - Get McDonald's Corporation Report is known for its (almost) unwavering stability over the years, Taco Bell is all about teasing customers with something delicious and then replacing it with something else. Limited-time promotions are the Yum! Brands (YUM) - Get Yum! Brands, Inc. Report-owned chain's whole...
FOOD & DRINKS

Buffets Could Be Poised To Return As Customers Seek Cost-Effective Food Options

When you go to a Golden Corral or any other buffet-style eatery, you're going for one thing only: to eat as much as you can and as much as you want. Buffets are built around the idea of the customer serving themselves, doing away with menus and waiters and instead letting customers go hog wild with whatever they want. For a nominal fee, a customer can pile everything from fried chicken and steak to cake and ice cream on their plate.
FOOD & DRINKS