Editor's note: Part of an occasional series in the #homestretch covering GOP nominee Mitt Romney
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (CNN) - How to describe Mitt Romney's feelings about fast food? He's lovin' it.
After sinking his teeth into McDonalds following his foreign policy speech in Virginia on Monday, Romney made a pit stop at an Ohio Wendy's minutes before his interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
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Before ordering a spicy chicken sandwich, the GOP nominee snagged a French fry from a mother and daughter inside the restaurant.
"I won't double dip," a press pool reporter quoted Romney as saying after a bite of the borrowed fry, then dipping it in ketchup. "That's the other end."
Good thing he refrained from the "double dip." His press aide, Rick Gorka, who is a devoted Seinfeld fan, would have caught the candidate red-handed, and no doubt recalled the episode on that condiment crime.
Romney declined to answer repeated questions about the new polls in Ohio, including one from CNN, showing President Barack Obama's lead in the crucial swing state has evaporated.
"This is Wendy's, guys. This is Wendy's," Romney told reporters.
On Monday, Romney personally hand delivered McDonalds quarter pounders to reporters in his traveling press corps gathered in the back of his campaign plane.
Last week, before his debate with President Obama, Romney dined on Cheesecake Factory and Chipotle.
What's next? Burger King? Taco Bell? A cardiologist?
A Romney aide said don't be surprised if the campaign makes its next fast food run at Chick-fil-A. Big Bird, call your office.