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The people who worked for Trump’s labor secretary pick are in the streets opposing him

  • In 24 cities on Monday, fast food workers took to the streets, hung banners from the tops of buildings and even shut down a corporate office in St. Louis. 
  • They had one simple goal: to stop Trump from making fast food CEO Andrew Puzder the top government official for protecting workers’ rights.
  • Puzder serves as the CEO of CKE Restaurants, the umbrella company that owns Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. burger chains.
  • Less than a month ago, cooks and cashiers filed 33 legal complaints against CKE. One complaint says that the company surveilled employees and sent out intimidating memos warning them not to speak to the press. 
  • One woman fought off advances from a manager who, after he was rejected, allegedly told her, “If you don’t start giving me what I want, I’m going to have to start taking it from you.” Read more (2/13/17 8:12 PM)

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So I work at a well known burger chain, and we also do sundaes with like caramel etc on them. Now it's 40 cents extra for more caramel bc obviously. This dude did not appreciate me telling him that when he asked for sauce on the bottom as well as the top, he went OFF at me "WHO THE FUCK PAYS EXTRA FOR CARAMEL ITS FUCKING STUPID YOURE USELESS" like bro, you're gonna pay extra if you want it bitch like fuck off

Chains including Burger King and Starbucks have shut down Pentagon locations for a 'Day Without Immigrants' protest

(REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth )
Chains including Starbucks, Taco Bell, and Burger King have shut down their Pentagon locations on the “Day Without Immigrants." 

On Thursday, organizers in cities across the country encouraged immigrants not to show up for work or patronize businesses, to show how crucial they are to the American economy.

That has impacted fast-food restaurants in the Pentagon, including Sbarro’s, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Qdoba, Burger King, and Freshens, according to Reuters reporter Yeganeh Torbati. 

Pentagon restaurants closed today due to #DayWithoutImmigrants, per spokesman: Sbarro’s, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Qdoba, Burger King, Freshens

— Yeganeh Torbati (@yjtorbati)

February 16, 2017

According to The Washington Examiner’s Jamie McIntyre, other restaurants remain open. 

Starbucks, Burger King, & Taco Bell among 7 restaurants closed at Pentagon because of "Day Without Immigrants Strike”. Other eateries open

— Jamie McIntyre (@jamiejmcintyre)

February 16, 2017

A number of restaurants and other business that have closed up shop across the country to support the protests. Additionally, McDonald’s locations across the country have been forced to close for the day, likely due to lack of workers. 

The “Day Without Immigrants” protest comes in response to President Donald Trump’s plans to build a wall along the US-Mexico border, as well as his promise to pass more aggressive deportation policies. The protest also addresses Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from seven majority-Muslim nations from entering the US, a ban which was frozen but Trump has said he plans to rewrite.

By refusing to work, immigrants involved in the protest attempt to demonstrate how exactly the US would be impacted by increased deportations and new immigration policies.  

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Rounding out this weekend’s Japanese fast food “feature”, here’s a look at what Lotteria, the fourth largest fast food chain in Japan, is cooking up this summer… the Potato Chip Burger! (Wonder if Bobby Flay knows about this?!) They’ve teamed up with Japanese chip giant Calbee for this promotion, offering not only two exclusive burgers, but four french fry flavor choices as well.

Option A is a Lotteria cheeseburger topped with Calbee potato chips and a special cheese sauce. Option B is a chicken sandwich topped with vegetables, potato chips and a “Consomme Double Punch” sauce, based on one of Calbee’s popular chip flavors.

When you order your fries, you can now choose one of four bags of flavor powders, which you put your fries into, shake up and have them come out tasting like one of Calbee’s other chip flavors, Salt, Seaweed or Beef Wasabi!

Now on sale nationwide as of last week.

Image courtesy of lotteria.jp

I’ve been posting about my love of Japanese fast food chain MOS Burger since I started this blog, so it seems fitting that today, on Eataku’s Fifth Anniversary, MOS announced their biggest burger yet… the Tokyo Tower Burger! (Click above for a larger image.)

Starting this Friday, March 13th, you’ll be able to get your hands on this 14-layer behemoth burger exclusively at the new MOS location opening in the Tokyo Tower food court!

From top to bottom, the ingredients on the Tokyo Tower Burger are…

Bun

Lettuce

Hot Chili Sauce

Chopped Onion

Mayonnaise

Burger Patty

Thick-cut Tomato

Hot Chili Sauce

Onion Ring

Ketchup

Chopped Onion

Pastrami bacon

Burger Patty

Bun

If you order the Tokyo Tower Cheeseburger, as seen above on the right, you also get two slices of cheese on your top burger patty, bringing your total to 16 layers!

The Tokyo Tower Burger costs 800 yen, or about $8.00, while the Cheeseburger runs 860 yen, or $8.50.

I know where I’m headed next time I land in Tokyo!

Image courtesy of today’s MOS Burger press release.

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Are you someone who writes New Year’s resolutions… like eat healthier? If yes, hopefully you’ll be inspired by these Subway nails! I’m about to upload a tutorial for them on my YouTube Channel. If you’re not too bothered about the health factor, check out these McDonald’s nails that I uploaded earlier in 2014 :P. I’ll let you know when the Subway tutorial is up!

Chains including Burger King and Starbucks have shut down Pentagon locations for a 'Day Without Immigrants' protest (SBUX, QSR)

REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Chains including Starbucks, Taco Bell, and Burger King have shut down their Pentagon locations on the “Day Without Immigrants." 

On Thursday, organizers in cities across the country encouraged immigrants not to show up for work or patronize businesses, to show how crucial they are to the American economy.

That has impacted fast-food restaurants in the Pentagon, including Sbarro’s, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Qdoba, Burger King, and Freshens, according to Reuters reporter Yeganeh Torbati. 

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Pentagon restaurants closed today due to #DayWithoutImmigrants, per spokesman: Sbarro’s, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Qdoba, Burger King, Freshens

According to The Washington Examiner’s Jamie McIntyre, other restaurants remain open. 

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Starbucks, Burger King, & Taco Bell among 7 restaurants closed at Pentagon because of "Day Without Immigrants Strike”. Other eateries open

A number of restaurants and other business that have closed up shop across the country to support the protests. Additionally, McDonald’s locations across the country have been forced to close for the day, likely due to lack of workers. 

The “Day Without Immigrants” protest comes in response to President Donald Trump’s plans to build a wall along the US-Mexico border, as well as his promise to pass more aggressive deportation policies. The protest also addresses Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from seven majority-Muslim nations from entering the US, a ban which was frozen but Trump has said he plans to rewrite.

By refusing to work, immigrants involved in the protest attempt to demonstrate how exactly the US would be impacted by increased deportations and new immigration policies.  

NOW WATCH: Watch millennials try a McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish for the first time

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South Korea’s got Shake Shack fever.

Since opening its first outlet in Seoul on July 22 — in the Gangnam District, known as the city’s Beverly Hills — the popular American burger chain has attracted incredibly long lines of people. On its first day of business, about 1,500 people lined up for two to three hours before the store’s 10 a.m. opening time to be the first to sample its burgers, according to The Korea Herald, a local newspaper; some had been there all night.

More than a month and a half later, the fever has not died down. The Seoul Shake Shack reportedly serves an average of 3,000 customers daily, which works out to about four burgers per minute. When sizzling summer temperatures hit Seoul, the restaurant dispatched a nurse to prevent heat-related illness among those waiting in line, and also provided free bottled water and sun-blocking umbrellas, according to local reports.

What’s Behind South Korea’s Shake Shack Fever?

Photos: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage/Getty Images and Haeryun Kang for NPR

mbti types as restaurant chains
  • ENFP: Burger King
  • INFP: Panera Bread
  • ENFJ: Subway
  • INFJ: Olive Garden
  • ENTP: International House of Pancakes
  • INTP:  Denny’s 
  • ENTJ: Outback Steakhouse
  • INTJ: Red Lobster
  • ESTJ: McDonalds
  • ISTJ: Arby’s
  • ESFJ: Pizza Hut
  • ISFJ: KFC
  • ESFP: Rainforest Cafe
  • ISFP: Sonic, America’s Drive-In
  • ESTP: Tacobell
  • ISTP: Dunkin’ Donuts