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man. A sack of sliders sounds good....maybe White Castle will join Steak N Shake, Dunkin' et others making their way into the Denver area...

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The wife is still waiting for WC to come to the West Coast.

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@eviloverlord333: I'm on the East Coast and I've never been to one, closest is 2 hours away. :(

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I commute by bike in NYC and one of these is literally on my route home. The shortest route is right through the WC parking lot. Sometimes when my brain is fried I stop in for dinner. I always end up regretting it but once a month or so I give in to the Crave again.

dgk dgk
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I lived right down the road from one in NJ and it was awesome but where i live in PA has none. Are they a franchise?

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I went for years wanting to try White Castle. Then, on a trip to Chicago I got my chance!

I excitedly ordered my sliders, eagerly awaited them, hungrily tasted them, and disgustedly threw them in the trash. Yuck. Whatta crock.

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@mrgrogg: It's all a matter of taste. The wife and youngest son love them, while I and the oldest son hate them.

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blah i would love if white castle would come to austin texas i hate the frozen sold at the store's.
i want some real fresh sliders.

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I can't help but wonder which part of the chicken is the "ring"...

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@dgk: I not only live down the street from one, WC's chief rival, Krystal, is across the street from them. I avoid both!

@mrgrogg: I never saw the appeal of them either. basically a McDonald's hamburger at half the size, minus the ketchup, and worst of all a steamed bun which turns the whole thing into a soggy greasy mess.

@lparsons42: The parts of the chicken left over after producing boneless breasts, thighs, and "wingz" all for a higher price. Assuming you aren't currently or recently eating, Google "extruded chicken." There you will find the origin of chicken rings, McNuggets, and all the other star, dino, or spoon-shaped oddities out there.

Bon Appetit!

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Had 8 cheeseburgers today. That said, it's an every six months or so thing for me, but when I want them nothing else will do.

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W/C fehh - We can't even get an In-N-Out here in Oregon - The best thing we get is Five Guys, which are pretty damn good !!

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Oregon has Burgerville, which is much better than In-N-Out or Five Guys. The only problem with Burgerville is that their drive through is s o v e r y s l o w.
Sonic has also come to the pacific northwet, and that's my go-to fast food when I have a craving. Chicago dog & tater tots!!

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One (chicken) ring to rule them all

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@lparsons42: Why is people always object to a ring, but a nugget doesn’t seem to phase anybody.

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My precious....bgaaawwwk.

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I live in SC, and i've never even seen a WC until i went to Ohio for a wedding. why are they so localized? why not nation wide? i'd kill for a WC near my house. (and for those of you that claim "krystals is the same as White Castel" have obviously never had actual White Castle.)

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@ndcouch: Because they don't franchise.
http://www.whitecastle.com/faqs
Also Krystal's is good, but you're damn right it's not the same!

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@sutcliffe: Because we can convince ourselves that it is possible to cut up a chicken breast into "nuggets". We cannot convince ourselves that it is possible to cut up any part of a chicken into "rings".

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@ciabelle: More like "Bon Appendectomy". Extruded Chicken looks like a thick strawberry milkshake, and then they add bleach, to make it white.

I've gotten my kids (4 & 5) to where they'll tell their grandparents/babysitter/etc. that try to take them to McD's that "their chicken nuggets aren't really chicken, so we can't eat there". They make daddy so proud!

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@bigrich78: But...they are made of chicken. You're teaching your kids to be ignorant, pretentious brats. The McNugget allows us to use every part of the delicious animal so nothing goes to waste. Just like the noble Native Americans and the buffalo.
Sure, I'll occasionally get a nasty piece of cartilage or something in the nugget, but it's all good. Plenty of other nuggz to be eaten.

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I don't know what the hell a chicken ring is, but I totally want to try one.

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I get the double chicken ring sandwiches all the time and love'em. The good thing about the ring is it gives you a nice tunnel to fill with honey mustard ;)

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Well, fudgepops. I was checking this deal out this morning and now its dead. I was so gonna max on a 10/10/10 case with 20 rings to spare for lunch.

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@niteghost: Would anyone happen to have a copy of the image of the coupon. It does say that its valid until tomorrows date.