Whataburger®️ 's New, Limited Edition Dr. Pepper®️ Milkshake Dr. Pepper Milkshake from Whataburger When I received the milkshake (I ordered a 20 oz) the presentation was exactly the same as every other Whataburger milkshake I have ever had. See image below. Whataburger Milkshake presentation The shakes at Whataburger are unusually big compared to the same size beverage at other restaurants as I've emphasized in the table below. However, if you're used to Whataburger milkshakes, this should come as no surprise. Size Whataburger McDonald's Small 16 oz 12 oz Medium 20 oz 16 oz Large 32 oz NA Now for the important part: consuming the milkshake Appearance Whataburger's Dr. Pepper milkshake, upon inspection, was a standard chocolate milkshake, mixed with liquid Dr. Pepper soda. The appearance of the shake itself looked just like the usual chocol
I did Plucker's Fire in the Hole wing challenge! I recorded this back a few years ago but never got around to doing the editing. Enter Corona-summer and I had the time and motivation to do the editing. Without further ado, here is the long awaited video! Interested in more? Click here to subscribe!
I absolutely LOVE beignets! Ever since my first taste as a child living in New Orleans, Lousisiana, I have been hooked. After moving and then growing up in a different state, I still had access to beignets fairly regularly due to a very conveniently located cafe near my house. Once I started college though, my hometown beignet shop closed down and I was left searching for for a new place. Luckily, Austin is popping with different types of food, and after a quick search through GoogleMaps, checking out the beignet images, I found a great place! Epicerie is my favorite beignet place in Austin to date. During my search, I found food trucks and places where I could get flavored beignets, but epicerie is where I found the best classic beignets that I know and love - hot, airy, and coated in lots of powdered sugar! For some background, epicerie is a French cafe/restaurant in Austin that serves a variety of food. In addition to beignets, they serve delicious French food that my European mo
It has been almost a year since my last post ! As a result, I am pressing pause on my longtime projects and posting a quick review of an impulse purchase I made in the meantime. I recently visited The Paleta Bar in Midland, TX to treat myself to an indulgent snack, and boy, I was not disappointed. I came in with a photo from my friend depicting a red and white smudged plastic cup with a mysteriously coated straw sticking out of it. I didn't know what it was, but I could assume it would have the delicious combination of salty, spicy, and sweet that I appreciate from good Mexican candy. I showed the photo to the man behind the counter and he immediately knew what it was and shared what was in the cup. I ordered the paleta mangonada which I believe is the drink version of the paleta con frutas, tajin, y chamoy. This, as you may have figured out already, is a paleta bar dipped in tajin and chamoy and covered in fruit. There was also a mangonada fruit juice added to the cup to produce