New at Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurants! Just for the Halloween season: the Frank’N’Burger and the latest in a series of Farrell’s Sundae of the Dead. Both items are available until October 31 at all participating Farrell’s locations.
This is the 4th year Farrell’s has dug up and brought back their Sundae of the Dead. “Our guests really enjoy the themed food items we present throughout the year. And with the Sundae of the Dead consistently being one of our best sellers, it was a natural transition to see what other fun, over-the-top, culinary masterpiece we could create. That’s where the Frank’N’Burger was born.” Said Mike Fleming, Farrell’s CEO.
“Just like Frankenstien’s Monster, the Franken’N’Burger is pieced together with the delicious parts of various other burgers, entrees and side dishes to make one deliciously massive monster of a burger!!! (insert evil mad scientist laugh here). Muwahahahaaaa!
Farrell’s Frank’N’Burger is 1/2 lb. fresh Angus patty, 2 beef franks, 2 strips of bacon, a fried egg, American cheese, onion strings, jalapeños, Farrell’s sauce and a Jacobs Ladder (pickle) on top! Really it’s the Jacob’s Ladder that brings this burger to life!
Farrell’s Sundae of the Dead has returned for it’s fourth run. Originally, just named Sundae of the Dead, it returned the second year and Farrell’s thought you can’t have a horror remake with the same name, so it became The Return of Sundae of the Dead. The third year, Son of Sundae of the Dead, and this year The Walking Sundae of the Dead! This dead-licious sundae includes 3 scoops of chocolate “haunted” crunch and vanilla ice cream buried under oozing strawberry goo, hot “sludge”, with gummy worms squirming through a mound of whipped mud and Oreo dirt.. and a big shiny cherry of doom on top!
Both items are available at all participating Farrell’s. With locations in Mission Viejo, Brea, Buena Park, Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga, Santa Clarita, Sacramento and Hawaii.
Frank’N’Burger is available for $13.99 and Sundae of the Dead for $8.59.
Coming soon on Ten Minutes in Tinsel Town…
I am thrilled to death to have as my Halloween Special Guest, a real life Hollywood horror expert!
Joe Moe is an expert in horror having been a published writer, producer and designer of films and having worked in special FX makeup. He was best friend and caretaker of the late Forrest J. Ackerman, who is best known as the world’s greatest private collector of memorabilia from horror films, science fiction epics, and monster movies.
Joe really knows his stuff! He is the editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine which has inspired Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton, Peter Jackson, Stephen King, John Landis, Ray Bradbury and many more. He currently promotes a national horror convention called Mad Monster and he is the editor in chief of Mad Monster magazine. Joe edits the retro issues of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine and the auction catalog for Profiles in History, the leading auction house for movie memorabilia.
Join me on Spreecast.com and be in the LIVE audience for this special thirteenth episode of Ten Minutes in Tinsel Town…if, you dare!
Joe and I will discuss horror from classic literature and how it has influenced writers of today’s scary movies.
Do YOU have questions for the master of horror, Joe Moe?
I was inspired by this letter I received that I will share with you. I hope that it helps you in your time of need my friend. These are concepts that I believe, they give me hope when I can’t explain things. When you ask for prayers (positive vibes, good mojo, a universal or cosmic hug) this is where I go…
Dear Friend, Prayer has the power to transform our fear into faith. Prayer reminds us that we are never alone. Everything we are, body and soul, is in the hands of God. God’s presence fills the universe, and He is as close to us as our own breath. No matter what pain sends our way, with God by our side, we can find the strength to confront our fears. With God accompanying us on our journey, no matter what the path, no one walks alone. God invites us “not to be afraid.” The Lord tells us throughout scripture that He is with us, and so we need not fear. In Christ, Father Pat Father Patrick J. Tonry, SM Spiritual Director Marianist Mission Province of the United States
Yesterday is gone.
Tomorrow has not yet come.
We have only today.
Let us begin.
~Joseph Cardinal Bernardin
Do not fear, for I am with you. Do not be afraid for I am your God. I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you… Isaiah 41:10
For Laura and Christine