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Razor A Go Go:

McDonalds Arch Deluxe
KFC Chicken Little
bazooka joe:

Wendy's cheddar lovers burger.

bring. it. back.
carney:

MCRIB!!!!!!!!!
conner sewer:

Hardee's Frisco Burger
Razor A Go Go:

They quit making the frisco burger? When?

McRib shouldn't even count since they bring that back every year or so.
Windy:

Wendy's Dave's Deluxe

Is the arch deluxe the "keep the hot side hot and the cold side cold" burger? If not, I vote for that one
Razor A Go Go:

Nope:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDLT

vs.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/24/Arch_Deluxe_Composition. gif
Womb Raider:

the quad stacker!
Womb Raider:

oh, never mind, you can still get a quad stacker.

I'm retired from eating them though.
Hugh Jass:

McRib shouldn't even count since they bring that back every year or so.
Not everywhere. The recent "McRib Tour" had ZERO stops in the Bay Area. Total gyp.

http://mcrib.com/
Paul Lips:

Burger King's Burger Buddies were alright. However, I don't know if it was a limited time only hamburger, or if they didn't sell enough and quit making them.
Windy:

I want McDonald's to bring back cheese danishes as a breakfast item
stevebeat:

Yeah, Wendy's Cheddar Lover's Bacon Cheeseburger truly was the King of Kings.
colbito:

Nope:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDLT


The slogan should have been "Twice the Flavor, Twice the Polystyrene!"
bazooka joe:

Yeah, Wendy's Cheddar Lover's Bacon Cheeseburger truly was the King of Kings.

oh stevie!
eric o:

Burger King's "Big Plain"
Hugh Jass:

Anyone remember Burger King's Veal Parmagiana sandwich? It was on the menu circa 1981. It tasted okay, but I puked the only time I ever ate one. (It was on a trip to visit family friends in Peoria, Illinois.) I'm not sure the sandwich was the culprit, but that was the ONLY time I've even suspected that an item of food made me sick.

In the late 1970's, Jack in the Box had a Steak Sandwich that was actually really good. It had 3 onion rings on it!

Around the same time, Jack in the Box also had a burrito on the menu that I loved. It was a tortilla stuffed with beans and mystery meat and then deep-fried, so it was more like an individual chimichanga.
Windy:

Anyone remember Burger King's Veal Parmagiana sandwich?

i remember eating them, but i thought they were just called the "italian" sandwich - seems like they had several "international" sandwiches, but I could be wrong.
bruce:

what was that burger king sandwich with onion rings and i think bbq sauce, i seem to recall it having something to do with toy story?
skank police:

what was that burger king sandwich with onion rings and i think bbq sauce

Carls Jr. did that too. Good.

McDLT, so fresh and so lovely. My friend Jeremy says, "If you are not old enough to remember the McDLT, you have no business stomping around acting all punk rock." Amen, brother.
eric o:

Big Plain was... a big (1/4 pound?), plain burger and bun. The idea was to "have it your way" and "do it yourself" at home... very punk rock ideas!

of course, no one knew why they were buying a plain hamburger, but we loved 'em.
Dicksucker Joe:

I was always fond of the hot cockdogs at Faggy's.
Hugh Jass:

"If you are not old enough to remember the McDLT, you have no business stomping around acting all punk rock."
Keeps the hot side hot and the cold side cold.
skank police:

Keeps the hot side hot and the cold side cold.

Crucial.
Theresa K:

it must've been just a promo item - but i want carl's jr to bring back their JALAPENO BURGER
miss linda:

I broke down and got a wendy's 6 alarm chicken sandwich, tasted like crap!

Burger King..............why did I ever stray????
miss linda:

Boca Burgers rock!
bazooka joe:

i'm the furthest thing from a vegetarian and i love me a boca burger. with cheese.
Diane Peters:

I loved Burger King's The Big Plain. Nobody knows what is is so I am glad I saw it on here.
nickg:

i am happy for you!

i worked at mcdonalds when i was 16 and during football season they had the Touchdown Burger. it was really fucking weird actually, the bun was long, like the old chicken sandwich from burger king. it had three beef patties, which were sorta laid out, overlapping, to fit the long bun. i think it was pretty basic toppings, but i seem to remember they were spread out so ketchup was on one side and mayo on the other? not sure about that, but it was an odd one. cant say i miss it, i suppose.
Jesse Garon:

Ribwich at Burger King is ONLY $1.00!!!

Fuck "McRib"!!!
Rev Robert G Lee:

Does the BK Ribwich taste like the Mcrib?

I feel like most of the discontinued sandwiches I remember deserved to die. Like McDonalds Hula Burger, pineapple ring INSTEAD OF MEAT. Or Taco Bell's...Bell Beefer was it called? I think so, although that name sound too bad to be true. Just a burger bun with their burrito meat substance on it. Speaking of the Bell, those crunchy burritos with Fritos in them (also discontinued) beat hell out of those instantly disintegrating Doritos locos they have now.
Wire:

Twin Burger Hoagie at Heavenly Hoagies. What ever happened to that dude?
Jesse Garon:

y'know, the "hamburger sub" never really got traction. and now they are damn hard to find.
Mickey:

Wendy's Chicken Courdon Bleu. Those were good.
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