I’m not into fast food. Okay, maybe I’m into fast food just a little, but it has to be good. I’m not interested in mystery meat or a hamburger that takes 12 seconds to cook. My hubby, on the other hand, LOVES fast food. He can eat it til he turns blue, or has to go up a notch on his belt, whichever comes first. I never tried Arby’s until I met him, and once I did I wondered why I didn’t try it sooner. Their fresh, deli carved meats with premium cheeses and delicious salads are just what I need when lunch or dinner are eaten on the go.
Since I’m so picky with meat in general, I usually stick to turkey. My hubby loves the ham and the chicken and will usually order something along those lines, but turkey is a safe choice for me. Now, don’t get me wrong… just because I like turkey doesn’t mean I want a plain old turkey sandwich. It needs to look good, taste good, and above all, be fresh! When I heard about Arby’s hot Grand Turkey Club, I knew I had to give it a try. The ranch turkey-bacon wrap is what I crave most when I’m in a rush, and need to think of something to eat on the go. Since I already enjoyed the ranch turkey wrap, I knew that the Grand Turkey Club would be something that I would love to try. The Grand Turkey Club is served on a toasted Harvest Wheat bun, fresh sliced turkey (of course) hot melted Swiss, papper corn bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo. The first bite: AMAZING! After trying their delicious Grand Turkey Club, I can tell you that Arby’s logo of “Good Mood Food” is very appropriate! Their food is top on the craveable scale, as are their popular curly fries! You can have a sandwich without them!
Arby’s is the place for people hungering for a unique, better tasting alternative to traditional fast food. It’s the favorite place for people who crave something different and better. Serving one-of-a-kind menu items, Arby’s is well known for slow-roasted and freshly sliced roast beef sandwiches and famous Market Fresh® sandwiches, wraps and salads and served with the convenience of a drive-thru.
This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Arby’s blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.