January 23, 2011

Worst fast food products

Fast food.
The first thing that pops into my mind is,"better than salads"

Yup,i am a huge fan of fast food.No doubt.
Fast food is bad for us-that,i know.But do i give a damn?Of course not.But recently i found out there are some worst fast food products.The worst offenders made this Top 10 list either because they were egregiously unhealthy or because the general concept made our gag reflex kick in (ahem, lasagna sandwich).

So join me as i count down the worst food product of 2010.


You can run, but you can't hide from Dunkin' Donuts Meat Munchkins -- the ads for which have been terrorizing people on TV, online and even on the subway. It's true: Fast food breakfast was trendy in 2010
One measly taco, one cup of watered-down sugar water, and one bag of chips should never ever in any way, shape, or form be considered a "meal."

In a desperate attempt to lure fast food breakfast customers away from McDonald's, Burger King tested a "BK brunch" in a limited locations complete with non-alcoholic mimosas. Note to Burger King: OJ + Sprite does not a mimosa make.
7. McRib
After McDonald's reintroduced the product to outlets nationwide this fall, it became clear why the sandwich has a cult -- and not a widespread -- following. General consensus: We liked the McRib better when it was nearly impossible to locate.
Can you ever have too much cheese? When we're talking about four fried mozzarella sticks inside a grilled cheese sandwich (at Denny's), well then the answer is: Yes, absolutely, yes.

Even if you shared the mammoth pizza burger six ways as Burger King intended, you'd only be consuming 420 calories in Whopper, pepperoni, cheese, and marinara sauce. But what would be the point of that?
Just because two foods are awesome on their own doesn't automatically mean they should go together. 
Food bloggers the world over couldn't shut up about KFC's infamous sandwich -- bacon and cheese wedged between two pieces of fried chicken. Most expressed horror about the fact that it has 1380 mg of sodium, while one (clearly confused) reviewer called it "man's greatest achievement."
This IHOP monstrosity features cheesecake layered between two pancakes, topped with sugary fruit compote and whipped topping -- because who doesn't like to start the day riding the blood sugar roller coaster. 

And the the fast food product that grabbed the number one spot is...
*Drumroll*
It's a hamburger wedged between two grilled cheese sandwiches. With mayo. Is it time to stop denying the fact that Friendly's is trying to kill us?



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