We were running around all over the place today and saw a Jack-in-the-Box. They closed all the Jack-in-the-Boxes in Illinois (I think) so we hadn't been to one in a long time.
We wanted something quick so we decided to grab a burger. When we walked in, we saw a man waiting to place an order. We asked if he was in line and then stood behind him.
Art and I were trying to figure out what to order. This used to drive our son crazy when he was growing up. We're not quick decision makers (I guess you all know that). We were debating what to get and Art mentioned seeing something on TV about the mini sirloin burgers. Should we try it? Is it $4.49 for three of them? Should we get something else to go with it? What kind of drink should we get? What size? Is there a salad?
The man in front of us turned around and smiled at us. He handed us a coupon for free mini sirloin burgers with the purchase of a large drink. Wow! He said his wife had given him several coupons to use and he'd decided to try something else. He wanted us to try the mini-sirloin burgers.
We bought a large and a small drink and one order of three mini burgers. They were a lot smaller than this photo makes it out to be. The bigness is an optical illusion, but it was enough for us. I had one and Art ate the other two.
And that was lunch!
Postscript: Yes, it was quite tasty. What we liked best was the fresh buns.