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  • proper n. The first fast-food hamburger chain and one of the oldest American fast-food restaurant chains, known for its Slyder, a small square burger.


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  • It was a junk-food fancier's dream: egg rolls, tiny pizzas, little tacos, pot stickers, chicken wings, White Castle burgers, chips and dips and pork rinds.

    Till the Butchers Cut Him Down

  • Then, before I went home, I swung by the drive-through at White Castle and ordered myself some food.

    The Hand You’re Dealt


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