Category: food

Here’s How You Can Get A Burger King Whooper For $.01. Spoiler: It Involves McDonald’s

The folks in charge of fast-food restaurants’ marketing campaigns are some of the wittiest people around. We recently learned the genius reason why KFC only follows 11 people on Twitter, and now Burger King are throwing their hat in the ring with an equally genius campaign. Burger King have decided to close out 2018 with

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This is the only place in the world where McDonald’s arches aren’t golden

The bright golden letter M for McDonald’s has to be one of the most recognizable logos in the entire world. It adorns McDonald’s restaurants across the globe, to the point where “The Golden Arches” has become a nickname for the fast-food giant. It’s easy to see just how significant their logo and trademark arches are

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Here’s Gordon Ramsay’s Top Tips For Perfect Fried Chicken

Regular readers will know that we love Gordon Ramsay. His show Kitchen Nightmares is awesome but it’s the man’s cooking that really sets him apart. His restaurants have been awarded 16 Michelin Stars making him one of the most successful chefs of all time. Whether it’s his secret for the perfect steak, two tips for

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Vegan Activists Storm Steakhouse But Didn’t Plan For The Reaction They Got

Diners at Touro restaurant in Brighton, UK, had an evening they weren’t expecting on Saturday night when a group of activists entered the steakhouse to protest meat eating. The protesting group, called Direct Action Everywhere (DAE), was founded in the US in 2013 but with growing popularity have now formed multiple groups in the UK

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Traces Of Human Poop Found On Every McDonald’s Touchscreen Tested

Like a lot of restaurants and groceries stores nowadays McDonald’s has adopted touchscreens to process orders. I personally used one on Monday to try McDonald’s new Christmas menu, but after reading this that may well be my last time. A recent study funded by Metro had some alarming results. Researchers took swabs from touchscreens across

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