You might think I’m a total Whataburger fan boy and you would be right.

Yes, I probably get a little too excited when the fast-food chain rolls out something new or brings back an old favorite, but what can I say? I love their grub.

And they just brought back two of my absolute favorites – the Buffalo Ranch Chicken Strip Sandwich and the Dr. Pepper Shake. So, I know exactly what I’ll be feasting on here in the very near future.

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Okay, so they also brought the Buffalo Ranch Chicken Salad back, but I’ve never tried it. My wife says it’s good, but I’ll just have to take her word for it, because I can’t bring myself to order a salad at Whataburger.

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As much as I love the aforementioned sandwich and shake, the most intriguing news for me is that Whataburger is introducing a new twist on their awesome Spicy Ketchup. I already have a hard time deciding between Fancy and Spicy Ketchup, and now they’ve went and thrown Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2 into the mix, making the choice that much harder.

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The new offering is made up of a combination of Whataburger Fancy Ketchup and a hot sauce made from arbol and piquin peppers along with a blend of signature spices.

Rich Scheffler, Whataburger Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer says it’s all about keeping things fresh with limited-time offers:

As much as our customers love Whataburger Spicy Ketchup, we thought we’d treat them to a new limited-batch ketchup with a spicier, more complex taste. Whataburger Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2 delivers on our commitment to serve big flavor and original recipes with limited-time offers that keep it fresh!

Don’t get me wrong – I totally get wanting to keep it fresh, but how about keeping that Buffalo Ranch Chicken Strip Sandwich on the menu full-time? Because that would be the freshest move ever.

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