The Best Fast Food Chains
There are so many ways to create a good burger and the Old Smithy is one of the best. Steak is an excellent choice; however, it usually costs too much for someone just looking for fast food on their lunch break from work. In this article we will go over the best options at some of the biggest chains in America.
Many people like Burger King because they offer different variations and flavors that aren’t found anywhere else such as spicy buns or grilled cheese sandwiches made with onions rings instead of bread. The traditional “Whopper” has been around since 1957 when founder James McLamore originally wanted one but didn’t have enough money to buy two patties which led him to place one on top of the other to make a Whopper.
I also like White Castle because they are inexpensive and have an interesting menu that is different from fast food chains with better quality meat than what you would find at McDonald’s or Burger King such as their slider burgers which come in flavors like hickory, cheese, bacon & ranch and barbecue. They don’t look pretty but taste delicious when cooked right! The first location opened in 1921 in Wichita after founder Billy Ingram saw how popular small hamburgers were becoming across America.
In my opinion In ‘n Out has the best patty out of all these burger joints. It isn’t too thick or thin; it’s very juicy you get your money’s worth and you can add a variety of different ingredients. I like my burger with grilled onions, spread, lettuce and tomato but the options are endless! The first location opened in 1948 on Route 66 when founder Harry Snyder was forced to sell his home in the 1950s due to financial hardship; thus began their quest for opening up small roadside restaurants throughout America that would allow them to make money quickly before moving onto another town.