If you've been hankering for a "It's Fun to Eat At the Rye-MCA Burger" or a "Pickle My Funny Bone Burger", then you may be in luck, especially if you live in Los Angeles.
The re-purposed fuel-efficient Chevy Spark delivery vehicles have had tons of features baked in to make sure your pepperoni, sausage, and black olive pizza makes it to you safe, warm, and in good time.
This week something magical happened. Burger King wrote an open letter to McDonalds asking for the two companies to come together for Peace Day and offer a burger that we can only dream of... The McWhopper. A hybrid of McDonald's Big Mac and Burger King's McDolands. Hell, Burger King even let McDolands go on top for this one. But sadly, McDonads declined the offer saying that the two companies could do more.
Food, we love it. Food without any effort, we love that even more. So why not head to Kickstarter and pledge some money to Cheese Posties, a new campaign which hopes to bring the deliciousness of cheese toasties to your door.
This week we'll be celebrating turning three-years-old in style, the first part of which is with pizza! Everyone loves pizza and that's definitely something we love too here at n3. So we absolutely dived on the chance to work with Domino's Pizza to create our own Pizza Legend which in return, we can offer you 30 per cent off of that very same pizza!
Many of us here at n3 are avid tea drinkers, and so it seemed relevant to include some tea-specific news today. I hadn't heard of Teabox before today, so forgive me if you're already an expert Teabox user!
Finally! I'm one step closer to becoming a fat recluse now Burger King have announced that they've set up their delivery service here in the UK! What do you mean they don't deliver in my area yet? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
The arrival of the Cadbury Creme Egg is something us Britons mark on our calendars, as the delicious gooey chocolatey goodness only arrives once a year (twice if you count the re-release in October branded as the "Scream Egg"). So you can imagine my frustration, along with many, that Kraft, the company that purchased Cadbury a few years back, has only gone and changed the recipe if the chocolate. Actually, frustration doesn't cut it. Frankly, I'm pissed.
I'll forever be saddened to know that I'll never be able to experience the sweet-sweet taste of Thin Mints or Savannah Smiles unless I take my lazy ass all the way to the United States at around this time of year. It's a depressing thought that I don't like to dwell on, so to save this becoming into a self-post lets get onto the good stuff. The rigmarole behind buying Girl Scout cookies is about to get a hell of a lot easier as for the first time ever the Girl Scouts of the USA will be taking online orders for their Girl Scout Cookies.