As delicious as the court jester of the sausage world can be, fast food hot dogs are rarely worth the asking price. Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s have come up with an elegant solution to this age-old problem—they’ve turned the hot dog into a topping.
In an effort to make me hate the Days of Future Past version of speedy mutant Quicksilver even more, fast food chain Carl's Jr. went and did this. Note the X-tra bacon.
What most restaurants label a BBQ hamburger is generally a normal hamburger with some sort of barbecue sauce added, maybe some crispy onion straws. Hardee's (or Carl's Jr. on the west coast) breaks from this formula with the Memphis BBQ Thickburger, a black angus burger with barbecue sauce, crispy fried onion straws…