Best way to combine different fast food items

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2006/10/05 09:54:34 (permalink)

Best way to combine different fast food items

Here are my favorite combos...

- six piece boneless honey bbq wings from KFC, and an enchilada from Taco Hell. You can get that at one of the TB/KFC duel restaurants.

- McDs fries with a Burger King triple stacker. Because BK fries suck.


any others?
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    SassyGritsAL
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 10:51:52 (permalink)
    Popeyes onion rings and Zaxby's chicken wings (one of my fav. combos).
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 11:40:56 (permalink)
    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 12:47:11 (permalink)
    Same here with the onslaught of fast food/restaurant row.
    Hardees, Arbys, McDonalds, Burger King, Taco Bell, Bojangles, Maryland Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut, Chick Fil-A are all dotted right across from each other,,, then Applebees, Fatz, Sonic, Shoneys, Ryans, KFC and Subway a tiny bit further. (within a mile).
    I get the Bojangles steak biscuit or pulled pork sandwich, cross the road and get Arbys potato cakes, and then the yogurt parfait at McDonalds.
    I do vary the routine, and sometimes hit KFC for the boneless "wings", or Hardees Taco Salad.
    No wonder I can't lose weight!
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 15:03:08 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    You are kidding, right? " />
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 15:31:35 (permalink)
    When I stop for Popeye's chicken (Jeffersonville, IN) I skip buying a beverage at the Chicken Stand. I will then go next door to the Sonic (during the afternoon 'Happy Hour') to pick up a Hiway 44 Cherry Lime Slush for 1/2 price! Popeyes Spicy Chicken and the Sonic Slush makes a good travelin' lunch!
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 17:37:17 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by HotDogHead

    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    You are kidding, right? " />


    Me too.

    John
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 17:39:35 (permalink)
    Here's the place for fast food combonations.

    http://www.fastfoodfever.com/

    John
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/05 18:33:01 (permalink)
    You beat me to it, John A.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 03:48:17 (permalink)
    Al-the-mayor, you're killing me! I WANT A SONICS CHERRY LIME SLUSH AND I WANT IT NOW! (My kids are giving me strage looks for my sudden outburst for my slush cravings.)
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 07:19:32 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Adjudicator

    You beat me to it, John A.


    That is one weird dude. Must weigh a ton.

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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 11:02:28 (permalink)

    Off Lady,
    I regret that the Sonic expansion hasn't reached Hawaii (yet!). I don't get excited about the food at Sonic, but the Slushes, Lime Combo 'ades' and the smoothies are really good, and extra cheap when you do the afternoon 'Happy Hour' thing. Having one literally next-driveway to the left from the only Popeyes Chicken within range makes for a very convenient stop when thinking of FF. The fact that it is within 10 minutes of several of my non-cooking kids/grandkids homes might give you an understanding of why we make as much use of it as we do.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 11:02:42 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    they have seat for you on Maury or Jerry Springer.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 13:01:35 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by V960

    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    they have seat for you on Maury or Jerry Springer.


    I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO ENJOYS THIS FOR LUNCH
    see Fastfoodfever link above---others do it also
    And I do not weigh a ton (although I am 50 lbs overweight, I see much much fatter people around)
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 15:04:25 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO ENJOYS THIS FOR LUNCH
    see Fastfoodfever link above---others do it also


    I don't know...it just seems to me that this is one fad that you really don't want to follow.

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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 16:12:58 (permalink)
    The Burger King Triple Stacker is UNBELEIVABLE!
    I ate that alone with a large coke and had no hunger for 2 days.

    I like a Kentucky Fried/Arthur Treachers combo.

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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 16:29:50 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by fabulousoyster

    The Burger King Triple Stacker is UNBELEIVABLE!
    I ate that alone with a large coke and had no hunger for 2 days.


    they call that blockage.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 16:31:02 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Al-The Mayor-Bowen

    When I stop for Popeye's chicken (Jeffersonville, IN) I skip buying a beverage at the Chicken Stand. I will then go next door to the Sonic (during the afternoon 'Happy Hour') to pick up a Hiway 44 Cherry Lime Slush for 1/2 price! Popeyes Spicy Chicken and the Sonic Slush makes a good travelin' lunch!


    A Sonic Strawberry Limeade with a Rubio's Fish Taco Especial. That sounds tasty.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 16:53:09 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    I looked it up, that is 2,250 calories 4,000 mg of sodium and 133 grams of fat. I hope you had a diet coke with that.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/06 19:04:43 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Scorereader

    quote:
    Originally posted by fabulousoyster

    The Burger King Triple Stacker is UNBELEIVABLE!
    I ate that alone with a large coke and had no hunger for 2 days.


    they call that blockage.


    Roto-Rooter Time?

    This product probably more appropriate:

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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/07 04:38:40 (permalink)
    Amazing that people that hate FF feel the need to post here.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/08 17:18:02 (permalink)
    Taco Bell caramel apple empanadas with a Wendy's frosty.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/09 09:44:11 (permalink)
    I have to admit that the idea of combining different fast foods has never occured to me. I guess for one thing I like my food hot. And even most of the combo places (i.e. KFC & A&W) I've seen have separate lines for the different food brands.

    But, if there's a Wendy's in walking distance I have to control myself from not getting a small chili (one packet of hot sauce and 2 of saltines) to go with my lunch sandwich from home. Only costs a little more than a small bag of chips (and in some places, the same) and the chili seems like a real food in comparison.

    Luckily, Wendy's is across a busy highway from my current work.

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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/18 11:32:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by zzohlman

    quote:
    Originally posted by ANNA1887

    I have a McD's, Wendy's and Burger King all lined up within 1/2 mile. So I quickly go and get a Big Mac, Wendy's Double with everything and a double whopper with cheese. No fries for me.
    Then I lay the 3 sandwiches on my passenger seat and take alternate bites from each until finished Yummo!


    I looked it up, that is 2,250 calories 4,000 mg of sodium and 133 grams of fat. I hope you had a diet coke with that.


    Well that's enough calories for an entire day...enough fat and sodium for two...so don't eat anything else for two days and you'll be just fine!

    ~Jessica
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/18 11:36:54 (permalink)
    Hah, the thought of combining has occurred to me many times, but I thought that would make me some sort of crazy person. That’s it, from now it’s burgers from Culvers and Fries from McDonalds. Free at last!
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/20 12:42:29 (permalink)
    *arrives late to the thread* Here in California, we have Long John Silvers/Taco Bell combos all over the place. Give me an LJS kids meal (one plank of fish, pile of fries and a hushpuppy) and several of the 25 cent things of salsa and jalapenos from Taco Bell, and I'm a happy eater. XD
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/20 13:58:02 (permalink)
    Salsa and Jalapenos? at Taco Bell???

    Have I just missed this or is this another one of those California things? Closest I've ever seen (in the Northeast) is the "Fire" sauce.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/20 14:08:33 (permalink)
    Here we have FF row

    so for me it is a wendy's frescata (club or turkey)
    LJS jalapeno bites
    and a white castle unsweet tea (they have a 44oz for the price of everyone elses 32 oz)

    or

    Skyline chili (5 way large, wet)
    and
    TB for their fire sauce and empanadas

    or

    LJS Variety platter with fish, chicken, shrimp fries puppies, and puppies instead of the cole slaw
    and White castle for the unsweet tea
    and Arby's for a jamocha shake

    My 7 year old loves

    cheeseburger from McD's
    onion rings from BK

    or

    Chicken Rings from White castle
    and onion rings from BK

    or

    Gold star Dawgs with chili on the side
    onion chips from white castle
    Orange Drink from McD

    My Wife says we are all nuts and will only get her food from one place at a time.
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    RE: Best way to combine different fast food items 2006/10/20 15:28:46 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Ashphalt

    Salsa and Jalapenos? at Taco Bell???

    Have I just missed this or is this another one of those California things? Closest I've ever seen (in the Northeast) is the "Fire" sauce.


    Maybe a California thing? I don't know. When I was in Indiana, there weren't any TB/LJS combos, so I didn't get to check.
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