By now you’ve probably heard about the Meat Mountain, the new sandwich from Arby’s that contains 1.5 ounces each of six different meats — roast turkey, ham, corned beef, brisket, Angus steak and roast beef in case you were wondering — plus a couple slices of cheese, bacon and two chicken tenders.
The rumor is that the Arby’s marketing team created a poster showcasing all the different types of meat that their restaurant offers —… CONTINUE READING »
Arby’s recently launched their new Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich, and to help spread the word they’ve sent me a couple free sandwich coupons to give out to two lucky DudeFoods readers so you can try it for yourselves.
They also sent me everything I need to make my own brisket at home including wood chips, an apron, gloves, a thermometer and a sauce brush. All that was missing was the meat itself, but they threw … CONTINUE READING »
When it comes to food $141.33 can get you a lot. In fact, it’s more than enough for a pretty decent meal for two at a really nice restaurant. Or you can do what I did recently and spend that exact same amount buying one of every single sandwich — breakfast sandwiches included — that McDonald’s offers…. Actually, I should correct myself. The price of the sandwiches was $140.33… the extra dollar was for the … CONTINUE READING »
Arby’s recently partnered with King’s Hawaiian to launch a couple new sandwiches and sent a gift card my way so I could give them a try.
The first sandwich simply takes a regular Arby’s roast beef sandwich and swaps out the usual sesame seed bun for a King’s Hawaiian bun. The second does the same while adding some pickles, a Dijon spread and Swiss cheese to the mix as well.
The problem is, I absolutely … CONTINUE READING »
I gave up fast food for Lent this year. Then, about a week and a half into it I got an email from Arby’s letting me know that they were sending me a gift card so I could try one of their Reuben sandwiches. Don’t get me wrong, I wanted the sandwich, but I think that what I wanted even more was an excuse to eat fast food. After all, now that it was “work” … CONTINUE READING »