Food: Lobster Roll And Lobster Mac & Cheese Return To Panera

Lobster Roll And Lobster Mac & Cheese Return To Panera


For the first time in three years, Panera is bringing back their Lobster Roll and Lobster Mac & Cheese in time for summer. There’s a hitch, however - the only restaurants that will be serving these are all located in the northeast U.S. If that’s where you are – or you can get there – here’s what’s on the menu:

  • Lobster Roll – Inspired by the New England staple with lobster claw and knuckle meat with a lemon tarragon mayonnaise-based dressing starting at around $23.
  • Lobster Mac & Cheese – White cheddar Vermont cheese with macaroni topped off with buttered lobster meat and seasoned bread crumbs. Prices differ based on the location but range from $9.99 to $10.99 for small and $18.49 to $19.99 for large.

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Menu Items From In-N-Out You Probably Have Never Heard Of

You may be familiar with In-N-Out’s famous Double-Double or their other basic menu items, but there is actually a “hidden menu” at this California-based chain that you may have never heard of. Below are listed some of the items that you can order “in secret.”

  • The Flying Dutchman – this is an In-N-Out cheeseburger with no bun, lettuce, tomatoes, sauce or onions, kind of like cheese between two burger patties. You can always add toppings if you like but that kind of defeats the purpose of this one.
  • Scooby Snack – this is simply…a hamburger patty, so it’s a low-carb snack or perfect for your pet.
  • Roadkill Fries – basically a Flying Dutchman and fries topped with a couple of packs of In-N-Out spread and onions, so it’s a bunless cheeseburger on top of an order of animal-style fries. The only catch is that not every location may know what this by name so you may have to order these items separately.
  • Cheese Fries – In-N-Out’s crispy, salty fries topped with melted cheese.
  • Neapolitan Shake – rather than order a one flavor shake, this off-the-menu item is a combination of a chocolate, vanilla and strawberry shake in one, or mix and match 2 flavors if these three are too much for your taste.
  • Root Beer Float – a favorite of many In-N-Out workers and is a vanilla shake coupled with root beer just like you might have gotten at your favorite soda fountain.
  • Whole Onion Grilled Burger – normal In-N-Out burgers come with diced onions, but this item is a burger with grilled onions, either as a whole slice or chopped.
  • Wish Burger – this is a meatless burger consisting of a bun, lettuce, tomato and cheese if you like. You can always add special sauce, onions and pickles as well and if you’re a vegan you can just skip the cheese.
  • Doggy Style – this one is a protein-style grilled cheese sandwich with fries and lettuce inside the bun that skips the burger meat.

Any of these secret menu items may make your next trip to In-N-Out a little more interesting.

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A Pizza Place Didn't Realize Their Name Is Accidentally R-Rated



Well this was an oversight: There's a pizza place in Wales called "Welsh Italian Pizza" that's been around since 2015. But they're going viral after an event last month where they prominently displayed their website name in all caps.



They had an outdoor booth where you could walk up and get pizza. And because of the all caps, the words in their name were a little hard to separate.



Which was a problem, because the last two letters in "Welsh" and the first two letters in "Italian" spell a certain FOUR-LETTER WORD.  (Here's the photo.)



For some people, it looked like the first word was "Wel," followed by the S-WORD. And the rest of it looked like "Alian Pizza." So to paraphrase, it looked like "Well, [CRAP]! Alien pizza!"

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Panera Bread To Go Public

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