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Can you ace our 13-question fast food quiz?

At mega-chain Taco Bell, find an array of

At mega-chain Taco Bell, find an array of burritos, tacos, salads and all the other Tex-Mex standards you know well. (Credit: Taco Bell)

How much do you know about your favorite fast-food restaurants? Take our quiz and test your knowledge of fried foods and drive-thrus.

1

'Where's the beef?' was a tagline in ads for

Clara Peller made the slogan,

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2

The first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise restaurant opened in

KFC

Photo credit: KFC

3

Nathan's Famous was founded in 1916 in Coney Island by

Nathan opened his business in 1916 selling hot

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4

Where does the Hamburglar reside?

Hamburglar

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5

Which chains are owned by the same company, Yum! Brands?

6

What is Arby's an acronym for?

Arby's dates back to 1964.

Photo credit: Ian J. Stark

7

In 'Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle,' the hungry duo finds its go-to location replaced by a

The original slider from White Castle is topped

Photo credit: White Castle

8

Taco Bell founder Glen Bell started the company as

At mega-chain Taco Bell, find an array of

Photo credit: Taco Bell

9

Which McDonald’s product has the most calories?

McDonald's

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10

In how many states is there a Chick-fil-A presence?

Chick-Fil-A

Photo credit: Jessica Damiano

11

Which is NOT a pretzel flavor at Auntie Anne’s?

Auntie Anne's Pretzels

Photo credit: Handout

12

What fast food chain was started by an Italian family from Naples?

This fast food chain has over 800 locations

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13

When the first-ever Dunkin' Donuts opened in 1948, it was originally called

Dunkin' Donuts

Photo credit: AP

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