Known for its over-the-top food, Carl’s Jr. is testing a foot-long cheeseburger in a couple Southern California units, the chain confirmed Monday. The burger includes three beef patties on a 12-inch hoagie-like bun. It is being tested for $4, or $4.50 for the deluxe with lettuce, tomato and other toppings. The foot-long cheeseburger is the latest in a string of envelope-pushing sandwiches on the market, including KFC's bunless Double Down and, more recently, Friendly's Grilled Cheese ...
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