Food You Can Get A Free Maple Bacon Breakfast Sandwich From Wendy’s This Week—Here's How
I Tried All 3 of McDonald’s New Crispy Chicken Sandwiches and I Have Questions
They're each weird in their own way.Yet they've done so today, and, to say the least, McDonald's is HYPED. They've been working on their new creation for"years," according to a press release, and even created a capsule collection with record producer Tay Keith that includes the limited-edition McDonald's Crispy Chicken Sandwich hoodie and the exclusive audio track (on 7" vinyl!) that everyone has been so desperately asking for.
This week must be our lucky week, folks! Brands are really appealing to my love for free things and honestly I'm not mad at it. From Vizzy giving outto McDonald's bringing back their infamous , it really feels like we're walking on sunshine right now. Here to take us all the way to heaven though is and the deal they've got is something you'll definitely want in on.
Since theirjust ended on May 2, it was only right for them to give us something else to add onto our order of . And luckily, it's an actual free item. From now until Sunday, May 9, the brand is giving out free with any breakfast order. The catch? You have to order it through their .
This Beloved Restaurant Chain Just Debuted a Carnival-Themed Drink Menu
TGI Friday's is serving up a new, circus-themed, "Under the Big Top" menu that features over-the-top drinks and food items. © Shutterstock tgi fridays storefront © Shutterstock tgi fridays storefront
The Maple Bacon Chicken Croissant, FWIW, is really as good as it sounds. Made with juicy, crispy chicken breast, the latest menu addition is topped with savory applewood smoked bacon and sweet maple butter that slapped between a deliciously buttery and flaky croissant. How wild does that sound?
They're typically priced around $3.99 per croissant, so getting one of these for free is really a great deal. And, if you ask me, it's the perfect time to try the breakfast sandwich if you haven't already. After all, what's really better than free?
Guy Fieri Just Called Out This Billionaire for Not Helping Food Workers .
After raising $25 million for restaurant workers, Guy Fieri has put one billionaire on blast: He "didn't help us," Fieri has revealed.Hollywood Reporter has pointed out that over the years, Guy Fieri's had to prove himself to some of the high-brow culinary class. But after his recent success raising $25 million to aid the restaurant industry, some in the business say they are officially believers. In April, Fieri told CBS why he was so worried for the nation's restaurant workers: Because a lot of people in the restaurant industry work "multiple jobs, second jobs," he said, to support themselves and their families. "I don't get pissed or lose my shit.