Hungry Jack's in Katoomba closed on Monday June 6, paving the way for another fast food operator to take its place. The Edge marketing manager Anthony Tilt told the Gazette the cinema is seeking to enter into an agreement with a similar fast food company and has received at least six offers.
When Hardee's introduced its 1,420-calorie Monster Thickburger, the Center for Science in the Public Interest called the move irresponsible, likening the burger to a "fast-food pornographic snuff film."
Let’s be honest: Whatever the reason, most everyone needs a paper-wrapped burger and a box of fries every now and then. But fast food shouldn’t be a Band-Aid for time- and cash-strapped families, according to a partnership of state agencies and doctors.
ecently, centered round the question of the Security Council reform, the fierce trial of strength between the two major groups, "G4" formed by Japan, Germany, India and Brazil, and the "Uniting for Consensus" group represented by the Republic of Korea, Pakistan, Italy and Argentina has turned white-hot, and the majority UN member states have got involved in it, they have vied with one another to express their attitudes toward the matter. The question regarding Security Council reform has become complicated and the prospect of reform is not so clear.
I don't need another butler but it looks like White Castle is selling theirs. Thanks to Dave for sending this in.
eBay item 4735702360 (Ends Jun-12-05 12:46:49 PDT) - White Castle - Jeeves For Hire - Butler - As Seen On TV: "Like the butler in our latest television commercial? He could be yours. We're placing %u201CJeeves%u201D on the auction block to help in the fight against hunger. Proceeds to benefit America%u2019s Second Harvest - The Nation's Food Bank Network. This unique and one of a kind, beautifully crafted and hand painted wooden butler stands 32%u201D tall and is ready, willing and able to serve you. Highest bidder not only gets Jeeves, but other goodies including 52 Crave Case coupons, good for one free Crave Case per week for an entire year.*** In total, they are worth almost $750 in value. Feed yourself, and others. Place your bid for Jeeves today. For more information, visit secondharvest.org.
Fast food Shop & Luxurious Hotel in the same Venue: "Burger World offer you a fast food with authentic fine dining experience with a touch of modern hospitality in an opulent ambience. The restaurant,%uFFFDnestled in Gulshan#1, has modern ambiance with a great view. It is opened on 25th May,2005.
The selection from their menu is large and their food is excellent. An exciting menu featuring fresh ingredients, innovative preparation, outstanding service and a beautiful refined setting.
Burger World specializes in burger (from beef, beef-cheese, BW special, chicken, chicken cheese, BW special chicken cheese to fish and egg burgers) are particularly delicious. The price of these soft and fluffy burgers are from Tk.30 to Tk.135. Additionally, the club sandwich(Tk.75) as well as the chicken nuggets(Tk.110) are also very good choices. Also on the menu: chicken broast(Tk.160), hot dog(Tk.45), Sharma(Tk.60), coffee (Tk.35), milk shake(Tk.30), fresh seasonal juice(Tk.85), ice cream(Tk.7-Tk.50), etc. "
Fast Food Retailers Offer More Snacks To Go @ Vending Market Watch News at AMonline.com: "ungry to lure in customers at all hours, Burger King is tentatively planning the launch this summer of a spicy, 4-inch-long, fried white-meat chicken snack that looks like a cross between a chicken strip and french fry, reported USA Today.BK Chicken Fries, as they're being called in test marketing, are sold in cup-holder-friendly boxes so commuters can dip and eat them in transit. The potato-less fries will fetch $1.79 for a box of six. (Other 'chicken fry' products are on the market, but BK says it's first to make them with whole-muscle, breast meat strips.)"
I guess we need to get over to India to really get some crazy creations going and try out some very wild lamb burgers. YUMMM!!!
Jay, good work on the site. but... I was just reading yr page about the Kiwi Burger
, where you describe it as quite possibly THE ultimate MccyD's abroad experience. I beg to differ. A few years ago, I read an article in the London Times about global McDs consumption. it described a fascinating phenomenon in India. obviously, in vast swates of India the cow is treated as a sacred creature, so beefburgers are not an option. this has forced McDonalds into an unprecedented level of innovation: I can't remember the exact details, but it's pretty crazy - lamb curry burgers + etc. OK, it sounds a little on the disgusting side, but still, well worth investigation. as a sidebar, the article noted that in India, McDonalds is the hip place for middle class teens to hang out, an amusing inverse of the situation in Scotland (where I live). so basically, get yr fat ass on this case. visit India.