Wendy's T-Rex Burger Challenge 2770 Calorie Burger 9 Patties and 9 Cheese WHAT!!! | KBDProducti
Wendy's T-Rex Burger Challenge 2770 Calorie Burger 9 Patties and 9 Cheese WHAT!!! | KBDProductionsTV
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I thought I would take on the challenge of the Wendy's T-Rex Burger, 9 patties of meat and 9 slices of cheese. I'm not a competitive eater but still wanted to give it a shot.
I finally had the chance to try the Wendy's T-Rex Burger with 9 patties and 9 slices of cheese and it was totally ridiculous, I will definitely never have another one again :O.
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The T-Rex Burger from Wendy's has 9 Patties, 9 Slices of Cheese, Tomato, Onion, Lettuce, Mayo and Ketchup on a warm bun.
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Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers is an international fast food chain restaurant founded by Dave Thomas on November 15, 1969, in Columbus, Ohio, United States. The company decided to move its headquarters to Dublin, Ohio, on January 29, 2006. As of March 2010, Wendy's was the world's third largest hamburger fast food chain with approximately 6,650 locations, following McDonald's 31,000+ locations and Burger King's 12,000+ locations. On April 24, 2008, the company announced a merger with Triarc, the parent company of Arby's. Despite the new ownership, Wendy's headquarters remained in Dublin. Previously, Wendy's had rejected more than two buyout offers from Triarc Companies Inc. Following the merger, Triarc became known as Wendy's/Arby's Group, a publicly traded company.
Approximately 77% of Wendy's restaurants are franchised, the majority of which are located in North America. Wendy's and its affiliates employ more than 46,000 people in its global operations. In fiscal year 2006, the firm had $2.469 billion (USD) in total sales. While Wendy's sets standards for exterior store appearance, food quality and menu, individual owners have control over hours of operations, interior decor, pricing and staff uniforms and wages.
Wendy's menu consists primarily of hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, French fries and beverages, including the Frosty. The company does not have a signature sandwich, such as the Big Mac or the Whopper. Instead, it has the Wendy's Single, a 1/4 lb burger with square burger patties, which are fresh ground beef rather than round frozen patties. Wendy's uses these square hamburger patties as its signature item.
The chain is known for its square hamburgers and the Frosty, a form of soft serve ice cream mixed with frozen starches. The idea for Wendy's "old fashioned" hamburgers was actually inspired by Dave Thomas's trips to Kewpee Hamburgers in his home town of Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Kewpee sold square hamburgers and thick malt shakes, much like the well-known restaurant that Thomas eventually founded in Columbus, Ohio, in 1969. Within a year, Thomas opened a second restaurant in Columbus, featuring what Wendy's claims in its corporate history was "the first modern-day, drive-thru window," added in 1971. The Columbus location later added a Tim Hortons and was closed on March 2, 2007 after 38 years of business due to declining sales. Thomas named the restaurant after his fourth child Melinda Lou "Wendy" Thomas. Photographs of her were on display at the original Wendy's restaurant until it closed.