Holy Smokes these are killer!!!!!!! You know I am not that much of a regular customer at Taco Bell but these might change all that.
These pastries are rolled in Cap’n Crunch berries and have a warm filling inside each bite.
Absolutely genius idea here. Best item on the menu.
Yes, in my entire life, I have never tried Bugles until this day. I have heard over and over and over how great they were. A real addictive snacker, these Bugles. So I am told.
And I just don’t get it. I found them dry and pedantic. Like seriously, besides the shape, what am I missing?
Another 99 cent bargain from the Walgreens. This is a blend of peanuts, raisins, banana chips, mango, pineapple, and cashews. Kinda of a different blend than I see normally in trail mixes and the go together well. This is another great item from that “Nice!” brand that you can throw in a bag or keep in your desk when those snack-attacks hit you.
Okay stop looking at me like I am crazy. I didn’t even know this existed until yesterday.
The lady at CFA said “would you like any sauce” and what she actually said was “Do you want to try our Chick-fil-a sauce”.
Now most of the JFC gang loves this sauce. It’s mild and has a nice and easy flavor. But I can’t figure out why….ohhh here we go…a look at the ingredients tell me this is a mustard/bbq/mayo type sauce…..
….and I hate mayo. But if you love mayo or the mix I just described give it shot and tell me how wrong I am.
Okay I no idea this had any sort of TEA in it. And I didn’t care. This thing is so tangy and fruity and killer. I haven’t been a fan of much of their recent food additions but their drinks continue to stay fresh and flavorful.
This is my new favorite thing at Wendy’s. They also have an Orange/Mango and Blackberry Lemonade so stay tuned for those.
One dollar, I say. I don’t eat often at Mickey D’s these days (no chicken bites…no chicken selects….no me showing up) but I was actually there to try a different item (see what I did there – I teased you so you have to come back and see what the other product is later this week)
and I realized I don’t think I have ever had a “mcchicken”. Now dear friends you know I loves me some chicken, so to think I haven’t tried this before and…
(note- you have tried it — the spicy version anyway- and reviewed it two separate times because you are so goofy you forgot you already reviewed it the first time- hint: you kinda liked it – both times–you are welcome –sincerely–JFC research staff)
so uh… yeah. Anyway I ordered this sans mayo and mountain of lettuce and it’s a decent snack…this is all sounding familiar now. Anyway it’s a buck and it tastes better than the burger of the same size. So try it. Or don’t. Chances are I will forget I wrote this review in a few weeks anyway and will review it again in six months so stay tuned!
Pizza Hut was so smart for starting up WingStreet all those years ago. They saw a trend coming and they rode the wave all the way to shore. Bone-in / Bone-out / you name it and they will give it to ya.
In the past I have tried their wings and sauces and never found one that I truly fell in love with.
Today was no exception. Garlic Parmesan is a favorite flavor at many wing joints so I figured it was a solid choice. What I got was some pretty decent bone-out pieces of chicken…with some parm cheese shook on them….followed by a heavy dousing in what seemed to be some sort of salad dressing or something. It’s a light and creamy type sauce that just weighed down and made the crispy crusts on the chicken pieces turn soggy. Real quick. I managed to separate the pieces into the other side of the container and salvage half the order. Again, like the chicken, haven’t found a sauce yet. The search continues.