Now you can have the home of the Whopper come to your home as fast food giant Burger King rolls out at home delivery service. Burger King delivers in countries like Mexico, Turkey, Brazil, Columbia and Peru but the service in new to the states and has so far only been offered in select stores in Maryland and Virginia.
Hopefully the pic above is not what they mean home delivery, and anyway if the Burger King shows up to your door just know he doesn’t work for the fast food burger joint anymore since he was fired a few months ago. Continue reading
When I was a kid in the 90s, Burger King had some seriously recognizable ad appeal. The BK Kid’s Club with the golden cardboard crowns and array of crazy characters was alluring to any and all 5 to 10 year olds. Fast forward to the mid 2000’s when Burger King was losing grip on the fast food market and introduced “The King”. It undoubtedly had a magnetism for teens who found the characters’ bizarre antics entertaining, but apparently, ‘The King’ just wasn’t entertaining enough. Burger King revealed the character received his pink slip and would now be replaced with a pseudo-Subway approach to advertisement; fresh ingredients. Continue reading
I’m starting to think Kraft, particularly with it’s Oreo cookies, are leading the pack in the “Let’s Make a New Horrific Twist On An Old Junk Food Favorite” game. I guess they didn’t want to be outdone by KFC’s Double Down or Burger King’s burger/pizza baby so they’ve introduced the Triple Double Oreo, which has Continue reading
“After reading about the debacle involving employees of your fried-chicken restaurant in Clinton, Iowa, whose paychecks bounced, we’re writing to encourage you to bounce one more thing — cruelty — and make your restaurant vegetarian.”
Flavor Flav is coming under fire from PETA for having a chicken restaurant. Media coordinator for PETA, Shakira Croce, says the organization is Continue reading
The name of the store was my idea. I wanted to get across the idea of a big burger with everything on it . . . a meal in itself.” ~Lovie Yancey, founder of Fatburger
Quincy Jones may think Kanye West is “just a rapper” West doesn’t see himself that way. He sees himself as a business man. The Chicago native’s company, Kw Foods Llc, purchased the rights to the Fatburger fast food franchise and will open 10 restaurants around his hometown over the next few months. Continue reading