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Dec 30, 2011

News: White Castle - New Angus Steak Chili and Chili Cheese Fries

White Castle cooks up new, limited-time Angus Steak Chili this winter. And what are you going to do with chili at a fast food joint but serve it on fries, so they got Chili Cheese Fries too.

White Castle's Angus Steak Chili features lean, braised 100 percent Angus steak cooked with red beans, ripe tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, mild green chilies and spicy Southwest seasonings. It's available in three sizes: small (8 ounces), medium (12 ounces) and family (32 ounces). Price is $2.79, $3.99, and $9.99 respectively.

The Chili Cheese Fries feature the same chili served with cheese over their crinkle-cut fries and are available in one size only. It's $2.99 for an order.

Both menu items are available through March 17, 2012.

Nutritional Info - White Castle Angus Steak Chili - small (177g)
Calories - 160 (from Fat - 40)
Fat - 5g (Saturated Fat - 1.5g)
Sodium - 450mg
Carbs - 16g (Sugar - 5g)
Protein - 14g

Nutritional Info - White Castle Chili Cheese Fries (213g)
Calories -350 (from Fat - 200)
Fat - 22g (Saturated Fat - 4.5g)
Sodium - 480mg
Carbs - 31g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 8g


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2 comments :

  1. "Once slathered with sauces, etc. the meat was mostly texture!!!!!! Not a sole conveyor of taste."

    Not entirely true. It doesn't take a fine palate to distinguish between say a ground turkey and beef chili.

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  2. Marketing hype?

    I defy any eater to differentiate between chili with Holstein beef embedded with embedded Angus beef.

    I doubt the typical human cud chewer/chomper could accurately and consistently declare this one has Angus and this one doesn't.

    Even washing off the adhering sauce, etc. would likely not be of any help.

    The meat is mostly merely texture, as was the dog, cat and monkey meat, etc. found/used in eating at various oriental ports visited; especially from the oft-used street vendors.

    Once slathered with sauces, etc. the meat was mostly texture!!!!!! Not a sole conveyor of taste.

    That is what a non-slathered-with-anything steak or burger is for!!!!!

    Let the eater add any desired condiments IF the meat's own taste is adequate and allotted to be so by the chef.

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