Friday, March 17, 2006

7-Eleven ciabatta

Oh here’s an interesting "new product": 7-Eleven ciabatta sandwiches. Which, fine, rah rah for offering sumthin they didn’t have before and ciabatta yes def more interesting than white bread. But to listen to the spiel, you’d think 7-11 pioneered the idea. "Developing the ciabatta took longer than a year" sez the 7-11 product dev guy. And the mktg lady, when asked why ciabatta is hot, attributed it to the evolution of food trends. Helloo can anyone say jack in the box?? who DID pioneer ciabatta sams in may '05? THANK YOU. 7-11's 1st 2 ciabatta flavors are "brown sugar turkey" & "ital cold cuts". Subway, btw, is also doing ciabatta sandwiches. guess mickey d will get around to it in 2007.

*photo is of a JACK IN THE BOX sandwich. get the point

6 Comments:

At March 17, 2006 12:37 PM, Blogger Tom Cruise said...

I TOLD you people that I have "pull." Now you'll never see that silly South Park episode again. Why? Because I had it AXED.

Make fun of Jews, Christians, Muslims, GAYS, and Veterinarians (meat is good, you bastards) all you want. But if anybody points a stick at Scientology (which is NOT a religion, by the way), I'm going to stick it to THEM.

You think I can't do what I want? To quote a lovable cartoon character, "I CAN DO WHATEVER I WANT!" You WILL respect my authority, or you people will NEVER get to see MI:3 or hear Kanye's lovely theme song.

Shout outs to Isaac and Johnny T.

Peace.

 
At March 17, 2006 12:45 PM, Blogger Twisted Link said...

All hail JITB (thank god they brought back the breakfast sandwich), but I think these Inspired, Ingenious, Incredible people pioneered the ciabatta sandwich.

 
At March 17, 2006 12:57 PM, Anonymous r. kelly said...

Aw, come on out of the closet, Tom.

 
At April 03, 2006 1:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the ciabatta bread is quite different from Jack in the Box. The bread's exterior from 7-eleven isn't crispy as Jack in the Box. Also, the inside of 7-eleven's version is filled with bread instead of large holes like Jack in the Box. 7-Eleven's ciabatta sandwich is actually quite good for an on-to-go sandwich, especially the brown sugar turkey.

 
At April 03, 2006 1:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the ciabatta bread is quite different from Jack in the Box. The bread's exterior from 7-eleven isn't crispy as Jack in the Box. Also, the inside of 7-eleven's version is filled with bread instead of large holes like Jack in the Box. 7-Eleven's ciabatta sandwich is actually quite good for an on-the-go sandwich, especially the brown sugar turkey.

 
At April 03, 2006 1:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the ciabatta bread is quite different from Jack in the Box. The bread's exterior from 7-eleven isn't crispy as Jack in the Box. Also, the inside of 7-eleven's version is filled with bread instead of large holes like Jack in the Box. 7-Eleven's ciabatta sandwich is actually quite good for an on-the-go sandwich, especially the brown sugar turkey.

 

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