The Devil works hard, but apparently Burger King works harder?
At least in the past few days.
Earlier today, Darryl talked about the new BK campaign about “no preservatives!”. You can check it out here.
In OTHER BK news, the company has unveiled a classic South African/British treat has been added to the menu in New Zealand.
Behold the chip butty. A burger made of fries, mayo, and ketchup!
A perfect vegetarian treat in my opinion!
It’s been around in the UK forever, and also in South Africa! I was introduced to this classic in college a few years ago by a close friend.
Twitter reacted accordingly:
The entire U.K. wants to claim intellectual property on this because we did it first
— Frances Weetman (@francesweetman) February 17, 2020
South Africans, where are you? Our chiproll is going global
— warda⁷ᴮᴱ 🧈🇵🇸 (@rosiemoon27) February 17, 2020
It's basically a chip butty or barm depending if your NE or NW. I lived of chip butties when I was at FE college.. being a Northern lass.
— Dr Sarah Crowe🏴🇪🇺🍂✏️🏃🏻♀️🚴♀️⛰️ (@orkneybotanist) February 17, 2020
Would you give it a try if it hits Canada? I would highly recommend it.