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  2. White Castle (restaurant) - Wikipedia

    White Castle is an American regional hamburger restaurant chain with 377 locations across 13 states, with its greatest presence in the Midwest and New York metropolitan area. Founded on September 13, 1921, in Wichita, Kansas , it has been generally credited as the world's first fast-food hamburger chain. [2]

  3. Iconic White Castle sliders coming soon as second restaurant ...

    It will be the second White Castle in Arizona, joining the Scottsdale location. The new restaurant is expected to open Spring 2023 and will be located right off Interstate 10 and Warner Road .

  4. White Castle Hamburgers - CopyKat Recipes

    Some people like sweet rolls. But White Castle doesn’t use sweet rolls. If you want to stay authentic, use regular dinner rolls. How to Make White Castle Burgers at Home. One of the most difficult things about making homemade burgers is making the beef patties stay thin. White Castle hamburgers are known for being really thin.

  5. In 1921, our founder, Billy Ingram turned $700 and one simple idea — “happy employees make happy customers” — into one of America’s great success stories. Nearly a century has passed since the first White Castle restaurant opened in Wichita, Kansas. A lot has changed since then.

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  7. This New White Castle Burger Is Worth the Burn

    Earlier this year, White Castle introduced a brand new burger made with fresh smashed beef called the 1921 Burger. (If you beautiful loyal readers recall, I was lukewarm on it .) It’s a commemorative throwback to its original burger, which was a smashed ball of fresh ground beef on a griddle.

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  9. Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle - Wikipedia

    Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (released in some international markets as Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies) is a 2004 American buddy stoner comedy film directed by Danny Leiner, written by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, and stars John Cho, Kal Penn, and Neil Patrick Harris.

  10. Chicago Food & Dining - Chicago Tribune

    Photos: LeTour, Evanston's new French-Moroccan restaurant. MOST READ. 5 people found dead in Buffalo Grove home, officials say. Kane County triathlete sues Massage Envy after 2020 sexual assault ...

  11. White Castle Careers - Job Opportunities

    Our bakeries and meat processing plants produce over 25 million buns and 50 million pounds of meat annually. And our retail foods division is top-notch at delivering that same delicious White Castle taste to millions of Cravers in their own homes each year. It’s all proof that our kingdom of careers extends well beyond the Castle walls.