This Texas food critic just offered a pretty genius Whataburger hack

Necessity is the mother of invention, especially when it comes to the sacred art of spicing up lackluster fast food

Texas-based food reviewer and YouTuber Mikey Chen recently took to Whataburger and embarked on a mountainous feat: Trying almost everything on the menu. 

In between slamming Whataburger’s offerings’ inability to travel well and basking in the glory of a Whataburger with cheese and jalapeños, Chen may have just dropped a new way to take your Whataburger order to the next level. 

“I have a bad feeling about this,” Chen said, pulling out a honey butter chicken biscuit and simultaneously breaking my heart. “I feel like it’s a bit one-dimensional. It needs a bit of help.” With that, he drizzles a substantial amount of hot oil onto one bite’s worth of the biscuit. 

Hot oil, also known as chili oil, is vegetable oil infused with chili peppers and is particularly

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