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Food Review: Wendy's Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich

By Mike Thayer

Wendy's Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich
Good meat to bun ratio

In the on-going Chicken Sandwich War, Wendy's has put another weapon on the battlefield, introducing its Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich on February 2.

The new sandwich is available in three menu options, grilled, classic, or spicy.  All three feature a habanero hot honey sauce to kick things up a notch and is served on a brioche bun.

Here's the description of the classic version from the Wendy's website: A juicy, lightly breaded crispy chicken breast topped with pepper jack cheese, Applewood smoked bacon, crunchy dill chips, and a drizzle of habanero hot honey sauce all on a toasted bun. Sweet, sweet burn.

This sandwich has received a lot of hype, so for dinner on another recent road trip, I decided to see what all the hype was about.

Wendy's Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich
The Crunchy Dill Chips are a nice element

I ordered the classic version and I enjoyed this sandwich.  The chicken was prepared nicely, I got a nice crunch in the seasoned breading, the meat was juicy and tender.  Providing a little heat was the pepper jack cheese, I got the slight smoke from the bacon and that habanero hot honey sauce was well balanced, excellent sweet heat.  But what put this sandwich into the YUM category for me was the crunchy dill chips.   This is a great add to this sandwich and I want it on others.  You get the twang from the pickle flavor and a bit of crunch as well, a bonus texture element you wouldn't get from just a traditional pickle.

Costing me $12.27 for a large combo meal to include fries and a drink, I'm giving Wendy's Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  It's a worthy of a repeat buy, a sandwich that deserves a spot on the Chicken Sandwich War battlefield, but it's not good enough to take down Popeyes.

Four stars

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Food Review: New York Style Pizza from Papa Johns

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New York Style Pizza from Papa Johns
It's a good looking pie

Another road trip, another night of ordering delivery pizza and eating while working in the ambience of a hotel room.

Pizza is an easy go-to and on this night I decided to give the New York Style Pizza from Papa Johns a try.

Papa Johns is always tinkering with their menu and they recently added the NY style crust as an option in late December.  Available through March 13, 2022, the NY Style pizza is a classic that reigns supreme for many pizza lovers, and the ability to "fold." 

I ordered my favorite toppings, going with pepperoni and mushrooms, original sauce and extra cheese.  Papa Johns NY style crust has all the characteristics you would expect, eight large and wide foldable slices cut from a 16-inch pie.  It was a thin crust baked to perfection, complimented with my favorite toppings, this was a nicely balanced pie.  I like this crust better than Papa Johns original.  Much better.  Papa Johns has done a nice job with their Big Apple rendition for pizza crust.

Papa Johns
Going for the fold

Costing me around $25 after adding soda plus delivery and tip, I'm giving the New York Syle Pizza from Papa Johns 4 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  I consider Papa Johns traditional pizza average pizza, but their NY Style crust elevates the pizza experience and is worthy of a repeat buy.

4 stars

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Food Review: Taco Bell's Cantina Crispy Chicken Taco

By Mike Thayer

Taco Bell Cantina Crispy Chicken Taco
Looks good, smells good!

Last week Taco Bell announced the addition of the Cantina Crispy Chicken Taco to the menu.

Featuring crispy white meat chicken that's topped with shredded lettuce, shredded cheddar cheese and diced tomatoes, it all gets wrapped in a soft flour taco shell and sauced with either Creamy Chipotle or Avocado Ranch.

I went with the Avocado Ranch and these things are pretty good.  The chicken is indeed crispy, there's a nice audible crunch when you bite into it.  The chicken tender is nicely breaded, seasoned well and juicy.  The toppings are classic Taco Bell but what brings everything together is that Avocado Ranch, which was nice and creamy.

Taco Bell Crispy Chicken
That's a lot of tortilla for that little chicken tender

This is a tasty little taco, but the preparation falls short of this being a great taco.  The meat to bread ratio isn't good using a standard tortilla, the little chicken tender almost gets lost after adding toppings.  A street taco size tortilla would be more appropriate.  And as is typical with fast food preparation much of the time, the taco was under-dressed, there wasn't enough of the Avocado Ranch and it was plopped in just one spot, not evenly applied.

Costing $2.39 each, I'm giving Taco Bell's Cantina Crispy Chicken Taco 3 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  It's a good taco, but not great and I don't think it deserves repeat buy status.  There's not enough crispy chicken to justify trying the Creamy Chipolte sauced Cantina Taco.

3 stars

Taco Bell
Sloppy Avocado Ranch application, plopped in one spot

Related: Food Review: Taco Bell's Cantina Crispy Melt Taco

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Whiskey Review: Bird Dog Praline

By Mike Thayer

Bird Dog Praline Flavored Whiskey
I now have a new flavored whiskey favorite

Blended and flavored whiskeys continue to be red hot in popularity, consumer demand for brown spirits remains on the rise with American Whiskey in particular seeing some phenomenal sales growth.

Regular readers know that I am a fan of flavored whiskey, I've always got a bottle of something in my freezer for a chilled shot or flavored specialty in the liquor cabinet to enjoy on the rocks.  My favorite in all this tasting fun so far, has been Ole Smoky Peanut Butter flavored whiskey.  It's BETTER than Skrewball and it costs a lot less too!

Today's review is a taste of praline! I picked up a bottle of Bird Dog Praline flavored whiskey, making it a Super Bowl Sunday Sampler...

Here's the description from the Bird Dog Whiskey Website:  Folklore and fact intermingle to create the history of the praline candy, a southern favorite for generations. This classic confectionery treat is buttery, nutty, and sweet all at once, and we’ve managed to bottle it up with our Pecan Praline Bird Dog Whiskey. The unmistakable flavor of toasted pecans covered in a silky smooth candy coating complemented by the essence of vanilla and oak aging barrels of real Kentucky bourbon. Try it in our Praline Pointer, and you’ll feel like you’re walking to the streets of New Orleans - brass band not included.

I think I may have found a new flavored whiskey favorite.  Sampling this in a straight shot and on the rocks, if I had to pick between Ole Smoky Peanut Butter and the Bird Dog Praline, I'm going Praline.  This is a silky smooth whiskey that gives you pecan and brown sugar notes in the nose, delivers nicely on those flavors in the sip, followed by a delightful, warm, rich finish that is not overly sweet.  Bird Dog has very successfully put praline in a whiskey bottle.  This is a whiskey to truly savor, to have on hand for special occasions, it's that good.

Costing me $18.95 for an 80 proof 750ml bottle, I'm giving Bird Dog Praline 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  Reasonably priced, it's definitely a repeat buy and deserves a spot in your liquor cabinet.

5 stars

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Food Review: Lay's Layers Three Cheese Chips

By Mike Thayer

Lay's Layers Three Cheese Flavored Chips
A crispy, cheesy party in the mouth

I bought these on a whim for Super Bowl Sunday, "What the heck!" I said, something new, something different in a chip for game day.

Lay's has introduced these as "A multi-dimensional, one-of-a-kind potato bite with layers of delicious crispiness." 

Coming in two flavors, Three Cheese and Sour Cream & Onion, I picked up a bag of the three cheese flavored chips to try out.  This is the first time I've seen them, the new line was launched in mid-January.

The three cheese features a tangy and cheesy blend of cheddar, Parmesan and gouda and they're quite tasty!  The blend of cheese is a nice party in your mouth and the bites are perfectly crisp.  They're kind of like Cheetos Cheese Puffs, but made with potato instead of corn.  In comparison, the Lay's Layers are cheesier and it's a nicer crisp.  If I had to choose between Lay's Layers Three Cheese and Cheetos Cheese Puffs, I'm picking Lay's without hesitation, it's the better chip. 

Costing me just $1.99 for a 4-3/4 ounce bag - a promotional price - this new product is a great new chip and it's a repeat buy even when the promotional sale is over.  I'm giving Lay's Layers Three Cheese flavored chips 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars and I'm looking forward to trying the Sour Cream & Onion variety.  I bought these things for the Super Bowl, but opened them up to do this review before lunch.  I don't think these are going to make it to kickoff...  'jus say'n.

5 stars

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Staying at a La Quinta Inn not the best choice

La Quinta Olathe
An up-to-date hotel has easy access outlets at desk level

By Mike Thayer

According to Google, I've traveled more than 3,250 miles so far in 2022, which means I've stayed in a lot of hotel rooms.

I picked the wrong one in a recent stay in Olathe, Kansas.

La Quinta not modern
My option to plug in my laptop was to unplug the coffee pot or tv

Staying at a La Quinta Inn, I selected it because it's located just a mile from my work site and there are decent restaurants nearby.   My other choices in proximity were a Days Inn and a Best Western, both are hit and miss in my experience.  I haven't stayed at a La Quinta Inn for a long time and my previous visit was good so "Why not?" I decided.

Ooops!

I paid $94 after taxes for my room and while the service was polite and the place was clean, it was a bit run down.  Little things here and there left me with a, "This place is not well maintained" impression.  The pics kind of tell the story, from being cheap on the in-room coffee, to rooms not matching the pictures on the website, to the room I stayed in particularly needing maintenance and an upgrade.  The walls in this hotel were super thin.  I could hear the guest in the next room having a phone conversation, he was a salesman.  I turned up my TV to drown that out and the mattress on the bed I slept in was overly firm.  Even the complimentary breakfast was a bit disappointing, not the freshest scrambled eggs, hard biscuits and soft tater tots that had sat unattended too long.

This was my first and last stay at this particular La Quinta and the brand won't be on my list for any other travel destinations either.  I'm giving the La Quinta Inn in Olathe, Kansas just 2 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  For just under $100 a night, I expect more from a hotel for that price, as in, not run down.  Next hotel stay, I'll go out of my way for a Hampton Inn or the like.  Travel Tip:  Don't use the hotel sites like Priceline or Expedia, you'll only save like $5 off the price of a room vs. going direct to the hotel website and if you have to cancel, you HAVE to go through the third party hotel reservation outfit to do so, the hotel can't cancel, only the vendor can, it may come with a penalty and they make you jump through a few online hoops and try to steer you into setting up an account with them to boot.  No thanks!  Reserve directly with the hotel you're staying at!  A need to cancel is a simple phone call away should your plans change with no penalty and that to me is worth $5.

2 stars

 

La Quinta
They give you one package of regular coffee, the standard is two packets
La Quinta Olathe
No Kleenex after two tissue pulls
La Quinta
Tub/shower needs caulk
La Quinta
Cracking caulk, rust, poor water pressure
La Quinta
Nice fridge/microwave setup
La Quinta
Rooms not as bright and inviting as the pics on the website
La Quinta
Broken ice machine
La Quinta Olathe
It's a bit tough to see with the window screen blurring things up a bit, but a cracked window

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Food Review: Red Robin's Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger

By Mike Thayer

Red Robin Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger
Nice presentation

On another road trip and needing some lunch, I popped into a Red Robin for a bite.  I haven't been to a Red Robin for quite some time and appreciate their burgers, so I was overdue for a visit.

Seated right away by the hostess and greeted almost immediately by the waitress, she placed the menu in front of me and took my drink order. Also served, a complimentary side of fries and two dipping sauces.

It took me two seconds to figure out what I wanted, it was right there big and bold at the top, front of the menu...  A Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger!  What!?  A burger and fondue put together?!  I HAD to try it! 

What's NOT to like in a fire-grilled all beef burger topped with American cheese, hardwood-smoked bacon and mayo on a toasted brioche bun AND served with a side of cheesy bacon fondue for dipping and steak fries?

Here's the description from the Red Robin website:  The limited time Red Robin Cheese Lovers Lineup brings no limits when it comes to fulfilling your cheesy desires. Leading the pack is the new Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger – built specifically for dunking in our Cheesy Bacon Fondue made from a blend of five different cheeses. Served with Bottomless Steak Fries® – any lingering fondue won’t stand a chance.

You can also customize the burger a bit, you don't have to get American cheese on your burger, you can go cheddar, pepper jack, provolone or Swiss.  I went with the cheddar.

Bacon Cheeseburger
Prepared to order, bacon in every bite

My made to order burger was cheesy good!  I took my first bite, resisting the temptation to dip it into that cheesy bacon fondue.  I wanted to taste this burger on it's own and it was excellent without the dipping.  The burger patty was perfectly prepared, seasoned well, moist and juicy.  The cheddar cheese was melted nicely, the bacon was crisp and provided that slight hint of smoke you're looking for and bringing everything together was that mayo and toasted brioche bun.  The second bite included the fondue and wow did it kick things up a notch!  Cheesy heaven!  That blend of cheeses is well balanced and gives you that "ooey-gooey" cheesy good experience.  The fondue was fantastic on both the burger and the steak fries!

Costing me $14.29 for the burger and 'bottomless' steak fries (I couldn't finish the original serving - too full!) I'm giving the Red Robin Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  It's a pricey burger but a very good burger, with high quality ingredients and it was prepared with care.  It's a cheesy goodness repeat buy but remember, it's a limited time item! 

The Red Robin visited on this occasion is located at 20155 W 153rd St, Olathe, KS 66061.  The whole Red Robin dining experience was great, from the minute walking in the door and being greeted warmly, to being  seated right away during a busy lunch hour, to a friendly waitress, the complimentary 'snack' of fries and two dipping sauces and then...  the fantastic meal in that Cheesy Bacon Fondue Burger!  Thanks Red Robin!

5 stars

Cheesy Bacon Fondue
The cheesy fondue elevates this already very tasty burger

 

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Food Review: Marie Callender's Shrimp Mac & Cheese Bowl

By Mike Thayer

Marie Callender's Mac & Cheese Bowl
Only 390 calories

I do a lot of traveling and when on the road it can be all too easy to eat poorly, feasting on burgers, fries and pizza.  Not only is that a high calorie routine, but it can be expensive too!

So on my most recent road trip, I decided to change up my meal routine a bit by taking advantage of the microwave in my hotel room and getting one of those frozen, heat and serve meals.

From the ambience of a La Quinta hotel room, today I'm reviewing a Marie Callender's Shrimp Mac & Cheese Bowl.  Here's the description on the box:  Shrimp over pasta made with a buttery white wine garlic cheese sauce.

Hoping it would be a decently tasty alternative to a burger and fries or pizza, I prepared the bowl per the package instructions and as that bowl rotated while being nuked I read the nutrition information - 390 calories - not bad!

Shrimp Mac & Cheese
Count the shrimp...

But that's where the excitement ended.  This bowl of pasta and a few shrimp is BORING!  I was SO wishing I had packed some black pepper and/or red pepper flake because Marie Callender forgot to season this thing.  The pasta was OK, but the cheese sauce was weak, I didn't get any robust flavors of garlic, butter or white wine and the number of shrimp you see on the box is accurate for this "Big Bowl."

Costing me $5, I'm giving Marie Callender's Shrimp Mac & Cheese Bowl 3 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  I didn't shell out near as much cash as I would have eating at a Bar & Grill or ordering pizza, but my meal really lacked any punch of flavor.  It was quite bland.  It is NOT a repeat buy and I'll have to look for other meal options for my next trip.

Three stars

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Product Review Update: Relief Factor didn't work for me

Update:  It's been about three weeks since I ordered Relief Factor, I wrote about ordering it in late January, I've provided that background post below, with my update on what I think of the product below that.

By Mike Thayer

Relief Factor
Does this drug-free option for pain relief work?

You may have heard the commercials on the radio for Relief Factor, a drug-free option for reducing or eliminating everyday aches and pains.

Here's the hype from the Relief Factor websiteRelief Factor has helped tens of thousands of people struggling with everyday aches and pains. Taken as designed, Relief Factor reduces or eliminates pain all day, every day.

I'm one of those people that suffers from everyday aches and pains.  I endure mild arthritis - joint pain and stiffness - and I fractured my hip back in 2014 which put me on bed rest for six weeks.  I will eventually need hip replacement surgery when my real one finally gives out.  Doc recommended I hang on to my real hip for as long as I can tolerate the pain.  I can still do all the things I love such as gardening, fishing, landscaping and going for walks, but the bending, twisting and grabbing is getting more painful as I age.  Even something as simple as going down a flight of stairs is challenging to the hip.

So after hearing the Relief Factor commercial for the umpteenth million time on the radio, I decided to give it a try, ordering their '3 Week QuickStart' package.  The marketing claim is I could be mostly or completely pain free like so many others using the product after three weeks. 

I'm not really into taking any drugs for pain, I don't take things like Tylenol, Ibuprofen or Advil.  I take a daily aspirin but that's more for heart health than it is for pain.  So that's another reason the Relief Factor product appeals to me, it's a drug-free option for pain relief.

I received my 3 Week QuickStart pack on January 18th, so I've been taking it as recommended for four days now.  We'll see if their claim of being mostly or completely pain free in three weeks rings true.

Costing me $19.99 plus shipping for the QuickStart package, I'll keep you posted on the pain in the coming weeks.

Stay tuned!  Will this be money well spent, or money wasted?

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UPDATE:  So after taking this product as directed since January 18, I'm not impressed.  I found Relief Factor to provide marginal pain relief.  I will say that I do not suffer from the deep, big pain days that I endured before taking relief factor, but I do still have day-to-day aches and pains.  My daily routine has remained unchanged.  I am not free to do more physical things.  It still hurts to go down a flight of stairs for example.  Is it easier to get out of bed in the morning?  Not really, the hip still bitches.  I find the marketing claim that I would feel mostly or completely pain free after using the product for three weeks to be a false one for me.  While the product has dulled the deep pains I would feel occasionally, the daily pain is still there.  So is the numbed deep pain worth $77 a month? 

Here's the deal.  You get a 3 Week QuickStart pack for $19.99 + shipping, which was a total of $28 and some change by the way....  and you have to 'subscribe' to Relief Factor to get that deal. Then if you don't cancel your subscription within the time frame allotted they automatically start shipping you a month's supply of pills costing you $77.  It's like they kind of depend on you forgetting about the automatic monthly renewal, or at least you'll forget when it starts and they get another $77 out of you, at least for one month until you remember to cancel.

But I can buy Omega 3 fish oil (Walmart - $7.88 for 60 pills) and Tumeric/Curcumin (Walmart - $8.88 for 180 pills) supplements - the main ingredients in Relief Factor - for far cheaper than that.  The other two Relief Factor ingredients, Resveratrol (Walmart - $8.88 for 30 pills) and Icariin, a.k.a., Horny Goat Weed, used in the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction by the way... (Walmart - starting at $8.33) are readily available and the total cost to buy the four supplementals individually would cost me around $34.   So if you found Relief Factor worked for you, you could save money buying the same supplemental pills at Walmart, $34 vs. Relief Factor's $77.  But here's a novel idea, I could include more fish and spices in my diet!

Conclusion:  Relief Factor is not worth $77 a month.  Neither is spending $34 a month at Walmart for the same kind of pills.  The tried and true answer of a better diet and exercise is the way to go.   The lesson here is to get back to fundamentals, eating fish at least once a week, spicing up some recipes with tumeric and eating more foods such as nuts, grapes, and blueberries for their anti-inflammatory properties.  Don't waste your money on Relief Factor - just eat better!

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Food Review: Godfather's All-Meat Combo Pizza

By Mike Thayer

Godfather's All-Meat Combo Pizza
A perfect crust and a pie that's LOADED with meat!

It's been a LONG time since I've had a Godfather's pizza, they're actually my go-to if I'm going to order from a chain pizza joint, but in the last couple years, I've always tried to buy local.  Not only is that supportive and keeping more dollars in the community, but you flat out get better pizza with a quality local establishment.   

But on a recent road trip to Minnesota and deciding to stay in the hotel room and get some work done on the laptop, I decided on pizza for dinner and not knowing whether or not a local place would be any good, looked for a Godfather's in the area.

Eureka!  I found a Godfather's Pizza just two blocks from my hotel in Red Wing, MN.

I ordered an All-Meat Combo, which includes pepperoni, beef, sausage, ham, Italian sausage and bacon bits.  And while I'm typically a thin crust kind of guy, I do also appreciate the original Godfather's crust.  When done right it's golden brown with a light, crispy exterior and a flaky, fluffy interior with buttery notes.

My pizza was delivered in about 30 minutes and IT WAS STELLAR! 

The picture says it all.  Godfather's does NOT skimp on the toppings.  All the flavor notes for a meaty pizza were there, the pie was prepared perfectly and I have nothing bad to say about it at all.  I might just have to start ordering Godfather's a bit more frequently, because it was really very, very good and would compete with some of my favorite local pizza places.  I had kind of forgotten just how good Godfather's is.

Costing me about $30 total for a medium All-Meat Combo Pizza with a side of garlic bread (4 slices), delivery fee and tip, this wasn't the most wallet friendly meal but it was a VERY tasty one and I had leftovers for breakfast AND a snack!  So if you average it out, it's actually not a bad cost per meal.  I'm giving Godfather's and their All-Meat Combo Pizza 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap stars.  In my book, Godfather's is THE best national chain pizza joint out there and the All-Meat Combo is most definitely a repeat buy!  It hits all the pizza taste points!

5 stars

Related: Food Review: Dominos Pizza Still Sucks

Related: Why Papa Murphy's is better than Pizza Hut - Bachelor on the Cheap

Related: Food Review: Papa John's Pizza "The Works"

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