The food at TGI Fridays was always nasty. You’ve just confirmed that it still is.
I think you could assemble at least the Whiskey Skewer, Fries, and the mozzarella stick sandwich from the freezer aisle of your grocery store IF you need it all to be TGIF products. I mean you could assemble almost anything yourself with other ingredients too. But it makes it convenient and will probably taste better… Read more
Churros are somthing I’m surprised not more places just have on the menu, they’re cheap, delicious, and easy to make which lends itself to a lot of fast food places (a kroger I used to work at did this month of latin american food one time and part of it was the hot food bar had churros on it and they were amazing to… Read more
trying too hard.....
As an armchair marketing expert, I am totally baffled that TGI Fridays thought a circus-themed menu would be a good idea. I think more so than fried food, the main association most people make with The Circus is, like, filth and sad elephants, right? Do you know even a single person who is old enough to have actually… Read more
tell that to the makers of most flavored vodkas
When will we, as a society, be brave enough to admit that sliders (excluding white castle) suck?
That’s why fair food is so tasty, it’s never more than 30 seconds old.
Jesus, Allison. I hope GMG is paying 100% of your health insurance premiums, because there’s no way the horrors in that header image don’t leave a mark.
Most deep fried foods do not travel well. Fried chicken is about the only takeout fried thing that doesn’t get soggy. French fries, especially, are meant to be consumed fresh. Even if you don’t cover them with stuff.
Pity about the sliders on a stick thing, it’s the only item that looks decent, and yeah, none of that (other than maybe the sliders) looks like it’d survive a delivery service very well. Considering your take on the sliders, I hope your kitties got to devour the two you probably didn’t eat.