we cook one in Tyler's outdoor pizza oven and blast it with a kitchen torch.)
Both wraps were delicious and again we each took half home with us. We finished them in the afternoon while watching football.
We also decided to watch a movie. Given that we are getting close to Halloween, we chose Scream 4. I may have seen a worse movie in 2011, but I can't think of what.
Seriously. When I was ordering I noticed the sign for the burger had a "Coming Soon" label pasted over it. "Do you have the Chef's Choice burger?" I asked.
"Um," the woman said, "I let you know at the window."
"Can you tell me now please?"
"I let you know at the window."
"Well," I stammered, not quite sure if what to say, "if you don't have the burger I'm going to order something else, so I'd really like to know now."
"I don't know."
I realized I wasn't going to get anywhere. So I ordered the BK Topper in the "Western BBQ Cheeseburger" flavor. I'd seen pictures of this on some of my favorite blogs and thought it looked better than most burgers that BK serves. But when I got up to the window I still asked: "Do you have the Chef's Choice burger?" There was no one in line behind me and I figured if they had it I could still order one. But again she told me "I don't know." So I gave up. It's not like I was asking how many calories are in a packet of mayonnaise or what bakery makes their buns. I just wanted to know if they carried the item that is currently prominently featured on their website. I didn't think I was making an unreasonable request.
At home two minutes later I unwrapped my burger. I will get this out of the way: the bun was terrible. It was stale. But other than that, the burger wasn't bad. Because I really liked the crunchy onion rings and especially the "tangy BBQ sauce." Plus it was only $1.99. I don't like it as much as the (cheaper) McDouble, but I have found something at BK that I don't hate. I still wish I'd gotten to try the Chef's Choice burger, though.
I hope you had a good weekend, too.