By now, you've probably seen the latest Burger King commercial advertising their version of the slider, the BK Mini. If you haven't, it's basically a montage of people stealing other people's food, the food being a miniature hamburger or chicken sandwich. Burger King's thought process was probably, "These things taste so good that you'll want to steal them." Philosophically, however, it is proof once again that humans are dicks. Alas, marketing makes me curious, and a rushed lunch the other day presented the perfect
At $4.99, the value meal includes a 4-pack of the Minis. I wanted two chicken and two beef, but you can't mix and match, so I opted for beef. When I got the box, which was about the size of a McDonald's Big Breakfast container, I realized why. The meat and buns are attached in fours and you need to rip them apart. You could probably leave the whole thing intact, but then you would just be eating an enormous burger. Not necessarily a bad thing, but when you're stuffed in the driver's seat of a parked car blasting both the AC and XM's Hair Nation channel, you don't really need the extra attention.
White Castle. Buen provecho.