Thursday, June 7, 2012

Best & Worst Nachos, Bread Shaped Like Humans, Cranberry Caucus And More

Thursday, June 7, 2012
HuffPost Food recently went on a tour de force of some of America's major casual dining chains. Regardless of your taste in cuisine, chances are you've found yourself at a casual dining restaurant before, whether one is your go-to Friday night spot or a road trip-only meal. These national chains pride themselves on creating a menu that can appeal to a wide variety of eaters. But are these calorie-heavy appetizers worth it? We pitted eight appetizers from eight casual dining chains against each other to find out. Week 2: Nachos.
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