November 15, 2004

am/pm Half Pound 100% Angus Beef Cheeseburger

No-Image.jpgIf you live in one of five Western states (California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Arizona), you know that there is an am/pm store attached to an ARCO gas station on almost every corner. Those of us who donít turn our noses up at food just because it comes from under a heat lamp know that you can find some good food at am/pm. Yes, I admit it - I like food that comes from as gas station. I especially like the burgers at am/pm. They are cheap and taste OK. I recently tried the new Half Pound 100% Angus Beef Cheeseburger. Itís a bigger burger, but the taste is not much different than the regular, non-Angus burgers. The bun, as usual, is cheap and full of air, and the meat looks worse than it tastes. My expectations werenít very high Ė this is a gas station, after all Ė but I was hoping the new Angus burger would be a little better than it is. But for $1.99, itís a good deal and Iíll probably buy one again.

Phoood rating: So-so

Posted by Jim on November 15, 2004 | TrackBack

Man. I love this thing. It's better than most stuff at McDonalds and Burger King... but it costs 2.63 here.. Bummer.

Posted by: George at May 28, 2005 8:02 PM

I stopped at the am/pm by my house and decided to try one. I ate it, and a few hours later, My stomach was gurgling. AND I WAS IN A MEETING. I just tried to sit through it, and endure the hellfire missiles flying around inside my intestines until I could resist no longer. *FAAAAAART!* I pooped myself. The doo-doo water sprayed all over the boss's meeting room chair, and he was quite upset that I ruined his furniture set. The poopy just wouldn't wash out of that cushion. I planted em' a good one. My underpants had cheeseburger remains engrained into the stitching. So I advise those of you with sensitive stomachs to avoid the gas station food. You'll poop yourself.

Posted by: Jeff Axelrod at November 15, 2005 9:33 PM

I've managed to save up roughly $18431 in my bank account, but I'm not sure if I should buy a house or not. Do you think the market is stable or do you think that home prices will decrease by a lot?

Posted by: Courtney Gidts at December 21, 2005 6:45 PM

Excuse me Courtney, but this is a website about reviewing food, not whether or not you should buy a house.

Posted by: Emma at July 7, 2006 9:05 PM
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