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The western whopper sandwich that was popular about 8 yrs ago was kind of like the original whopper from Burger King. It was on a huge sesame seed bun,concisting of flame broiled beef patty, melted cheese, lettuce tomato onion,mayonnaise except, the only differences were slices of crispy bacon and Bulls Eye Barbecue sauce were featured on the western whopper. I believe it was only available for a limited amount of time and probably discontinued in early 1997. It was very yummy and mouth watering and juicy though. Wish they still had it.
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John - August 26, 2007 - Report this comment
Isn't it back? It's been back for a few months now yes? Those commercials "feed your moustache" or something like that...
Sara - February 21, 2010 - Report this comment
Didn't they have a version they called the Rodeo burger, too? It had onion rings on it, I think.
Abbs - September 23, 2013 - Report this comment
The Rodeo Burger was a regular cheeseburger sized product that had Bullseye BBQ and onion rings. I don't think it had bacon, but correct me if I'm wrong? I remember I liked that much better than the WW.

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