Well, we all heard it was coming and now it is here. It's the new Burger King Bacon Sundae. I personally don't know what to think about this one, so I am going to let you decide if it will make it on BK shelves or not.
Earlier this week we learned that they are stuffing hot dogs in pizza over in the UK. And last month we got word that they are deep frying McRibs in Austria.
Could it be that America, the land in which fried chicken was first used for bread, is no longer the undisputed champion of ridiculous junk food hybrids? Not if Burger King has anything do with it.
Hey America, if you were wondering how you could possibly gain more weight eating fast food — wonder no more — Burger King has got your ever-expanding backside covered.
Following testing in Mexico, Turkey, Brazil, Columbia and Peru, BK is offering delivery service at ten participating locations in Maryland and Virginia...
The competition in the french fry market has gotten fierce between Burger King, McDonalds and the other fry-serving fast food joints. Mickey Ds’ traditionally grabs the top spot when it comes to favorite fries, but Wendy’s took a run at it with new “natural cut” fries seasoned with sea salt.
Now, Burger King is taking it up a notch by making its fries bigger.
If -- for some reason -- you ever wanted to consume more than half (or in some cases almost all) of your daily allotment for calorie intake with one burger, you're in luck. All you have to do is chow down on the newest menu item at Burger King in Japan.
The behemoth sandwich, dubbed "Meat Monster," contains a minimum of 1,160 calories.