Earlier this week, I was getting a sammich at the local Quiznos (which used to be “Quizno’s” – where’d the friggin’ apostrophe go?) when I noticed a prep sign revealing something very curious. Intrigued and more than a little bit horrified, I grabbed my mobile and snapped a wobbly pic of it (their plastic sneeze guard thingie got in my way a bit)…
Best as I can figure it, the Spoodle is a hybrid of the German Spitz and French Poodle, a delightful and delicious combination of liveliness, nobility and lean, tender meat.
Now exactly what the heck Spoodles are doing under the guise of “Chicken and Bacon Mix” is anybody’s guess, and why limit it to just the beige ones? Also, shouldn’t they have gone with a less-expensive mix like the Cockapoo to help keep their poor franchise owners’ prices down in today’s economy?
Of course, a Spoodle could also be a sporkian combination of spoon and ladle, but that would just be silly.
Personally, if someone were to ever offer me a “spoodle,” I don’t think it’s something I’d want to put into my mouth.
Using a spoodle looks way more appetizing than using a 4 ounce ejector scoop then spreading the lump down on your sandwich. I wouldn’t eat if I saw anyone do that with any food product on mine…
I have a spoodle in my utensil drawer. It’s the only one I’ve ever seen, though. I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say it’s the greatest invention known to man.
Ya that would be what they call the scooper we use to scoop our chicken mix at Quiznos.
FYI to all, I used to work at Quiznos – spoodle is not a dog meat or anything like that 🙂 it’s just a spone they call it a ‘spoodle’.