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This San Antonio YouTuber Wrote a Rap Song About Whataburger's A1 Thick & Hearty Comeback


  • YouTube / Full Nelson Eats A Lot
Whataburger excited fans earlier this week when they brought back their prized A1 Thick & Hearty burger, and one local foodie went all out to celebrate the menu reinstatement.

El Paso transplant Aaron Sanchez, who shares fast-food reviews on his Full Nelson Eats A Lot YouTube channel, made the A1 burger the star of his latest video. He said the classic burger hasn't been on the menu in five years and that he never got to try it.

Naturally, Sanchez let subscribers and Whataburger fans alike join him as he took his first bites of the Thick & Hearty burger.

He liked the A1 creation so much that he rapped about it.
Five years with no A1
Thick and Hearty had me feeling salty
But they brought it back
Now we balling

Some YouTube users were impressed by Sanchez's rap skills.

In the 12-minute video, Sanchez also gives a more structured review of the burger, calling it "simple, but very delicious." He notes "the saltiness from the cheese and the savoriness of the A1 sauce."

If you like what Sanchez is all about, be sure to give a listen to our food & nightlife editor Jess Elizarraras's interview with him on her Big Spoon Podcast. Oh, and follow the Full Nelson Eats A Lot channel as well.

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