Skip to comments.Good news if you love that White Castle smell
Posted on 05/04/2010 6:23:24 AM PDT by Daffynition
Your heart burns for White Castle sliders? This product's for you.
The Ohio-based burger chain is selling a slider-scented candle throughout May to commemorate National Hamburger Month.
The white candle is packaged in a ceramic version of the cardboard White Castle sleeve.
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There’s a special place in Hell for those who post such pictures.
This was no chain, it was a burger bar (beer and grill).
After the photo op, they left most of the food (untouched) on the table and enjoyed a gourmet catered meal on the luxury tour bus.
It's amazing how many otherwise intelligent people buy into the Democratic Party Elitists "regular guy" act.
Landmark White Castle in Minneapolis, circa 1978.
My favorite burger was the Ollie Burger from Lum’s at Tyson’s Corner, VA. Now long gone.
His floozy was on Oprah and said that it’s “not her fault” and that America bought into the “myth” (her word) of the Edwards’ idyllic marriage.
Um, it was the Pravda Media that sold us that myth. Republicans knew that Edwards was a skunk trial lawyer who lied his way through the VP debate with Dick Cheney (batting his eyelashes like a strobelight on every lie he uttered).
Recipes from 85 Years of White Castle Craving
Think the best I can do is 10 at a sitting. Have to save room the fries.
I tried one for the first time last week, it was revolting.
The chicken sandwich was good.
I've heard that they have "studied" locations for 10-15 years before putting up a WC. They have pretty strict qualifications. Traffic patterns. Potential city growth. Demographics. They study how cities develop their streets. That's why there are so few.
Is this a great country or what? Each of us is still entitled to the big O in IMHO.
There’s just something unique about the smell and taste of a White Castle. No other burger compares. The cooking process of letting the steam and juice from the beef patty re-hydrate the onions, and that same steam softening the bun to a delicate mush like a bun from a beef sandwich dipped in au jus, gives the 2.5” x 2.5” sandwich just the right texture to “slide” down the throat with delight. Add the pickle and Dusseldorf Mustard and WOW!!!
Got to get me some of those candles for Texas. Just gotta.
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