Dec 11, 2011

News: 7-Eleven - New Maple Sausage Breakfast Roller

Appearing to be a modified pig in a blanket, 7-Eleven serves up their new Maple Sausage Breakfast Roller. The new breakfast item features a maple-flavored pancake wrapped around a pork sausage and served hot off their roller grill.

These are available at participating locations at an introductory price of $1 each.

It's kinda like a McGriddle but as a roll, no? These are meant for easy on-the-go eating.

Nutritional Info - 7-Eleven Maple Sausage Breakfast Roller (75g)
Calories - 270 (from Fat - 170)
Fat - 19g (Saturated Fat - 6g)
Sodium - 530mg
Carbs - 19g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 9g


  1. I'd love to see a picture of rolled up sausage that doesn't look like that... As for smell, alright you might be right there.

  2. I'm sorry but that just looks like rolled up poop to me. Probably smells like it too.

  3. No 7-11's in the Disgruntled Old Coots area but there are ample similar firms.

    Many have those roller-type keep-the-vittles-warm devices.

    They do not get hot enough to actually cook the grub but I suppose they are intended to heat up pre-cooked refrigerated fare.

    Hot dogs are very common but so are other vittles with various "themes" and names.

    Typically, the vended foods are never quite hot enough; perhaps to lengthen the time length the grub plopped upon the rollers can sit and twirl, crying out to passers-by "buy me..buyme..eatme you burly brute..."

    I usually see blue-collar workers and the local lower-class folks buying the constantly rolling foodstuffs.

    Few females but the ones who do often have an above average display of easily-visible tattoos. A common-place adornment with the local human herd of whom I would predict have not performed a single act of mental self-improvement their entire adult life and surely shunned the same when early age required them to attend public schooling that was, for the taxpayer, a waste of funds when looking at the eventual outcome of attempting to educate the uneducatable.

    Oh..... does 7-11 ensure their rolling cuisine meets health standards regarding bacteria growth. Temperature control? Time control?

    Local convenience stores are constantly caught by local health inspectors violating local health codes.

    Local news paper shows inspection results but are viewable on-line also.

    Worst offenders are OFTEN Mexican and Oriental food-type firms.

    School cafeterias are typically the ones with the fewest negative marks.

    One result is that I rarely ever buy ANY food from a convenience store.... especially from the roller-type offerings.


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