Keeping it Simple: Arby's Smokehouse Brisket

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Arby's Smokehouse Brisket

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Arby's for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I enjoy fast food restaurants (maybe a little too much...).  It's so nice to be able to go to through the drive thru and get lunch or dinner and not have to get the kids out of the car and drag them all into the restaurant. I'm all for easy and quick food. Since I live 45 minutes away from town, it always seems like when we go grocery shopping we have to stop for either lunch or dinner.  One fast food restaurant that we enjoy is Arby's.  

I remember back when we were in college and my husband I just got married, we didn't have a ton of money.  So whenever Arby's had their 5 regular roast beef sandwiches for $5 we would stock up.  We would get ten sandwiches with lots of Arby's sauce and be set for the week for food.  Sometimes it turned into a family event and we would meet my brother and nephew there and we would split the 5 roast beef sandwiches and only have to pay a couple dollars for a meal.  It was awesome.  We spent a lot of time there in our first year of marriage. And ate a lot of Arby's.  

Arby's has come out with a new sandwich, the smokehouse brisket.

 

Who doesn't enjoy brisket?  I enjoy it, especially when it's smoked.  Hmmm!  This brisket has been slow smoked for more than 13 hours.  They combine gouda cheese, BBQ sauce, mayo, crispy onions and the smoked brisket and put it baker styled bun.  I am getting hungry just talking about it.  The crispy onions sound amazing.  

Check out this commercial to see and learn more about the new smokehouse brisket sandwich.

 

Do you have an Arby's new you?  If you don't know, Find an Arby’s near you.  You should try out the new smokehouse brisket sandwich, I know the next time we go to Arby's we are going to try it out.  What are you most excited about the sandwich?  Leave a comment and let me know.  

 

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1 comments:

Gianna said...

Those onions definitely make it more appealing!