Carl's Jr. wants the name of its latest burger in The Merriam Webster dictionary

Carl's Jr. fans rejoice, the U.S.-based fast food chain is bringing back one beloved item: the Pastrami Thickburger. 

That's right, for a limited time at participating locations, customers can order the combo that hasn't been available since 2006. The meal comes complete with a drink and side of fries. 

To honor this one-third pound of premium 100 percent Black Angus Beef topped with open rack oven smoked pastrami, Carl’s Jr. is celebrating all things meat on meat and launching a petition to get 'Condimeat' added to The Merriam Webster dictionary.


What's Condimeat you ask? It's pretty simple: meat on meat, the additional protein one puts on top of an already protein-packed, 100 percent black angus charbroiled burger. 

Check out more on the meat-filled burger on the food chain's official Twitter page. 

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