Yesterday, my son wanted a sausage Mcmuffin from
Mcdonalds, I bought him one with the egg on it. When
we sat down to eat, he decided against having the egg
on top. He simply unwrapped the wrappper, and laid his
egg on it, and ate his sandwich. When he was finished, he
picked up his wrapper, and there was a purplish stain on
our wooden kitchen table. Evidently, the grease from his
egg disolved the dye on the wrapper, and that dye stained
the kitchen table.........I can't get it off for nothing.....I'm
just a littled pissed...
most mc donalds items are made fresh as you order. the burgers etc are
cooked on both sides at the same time.
unfortunately the food generally tastes great, but is very fatty,
which helps flavor.
the yummy taste is in the fat.
theres a local burger shop that has fries like they USED to taste:)
Found out the good taste is because fries are cooked in ANIMAL FAT
most burger places fries are cooked in vegetable oil, which is
healthier but doesnt taste as good
I got a fav burger joint back in VT. Everybody goes there from low life
scumbuckets to the state congressmen. Wait, that's the same thing isn't
Anyway, the burgers are often referred to as Sliders. They cook on a
greasy grill and it tastes damn good.
The best hb were Day's HB in Las Cruces NM. The raw meat was about the size
of a golf ball. Had to be over 50% fat. The cook would take the meat and
flatten on the grill with the spatulla. Let it cook then filp it and put
green chili, cheese, and the bun on it and let it finish cooking. Grilling
the other side of the bun on the grill and let it soak up all the fat. Best
damn hb in the world.
Provided the vegetable oil is not the partially hydrogenated stuff,
which is the main source of trans fats consumed by western society.
Vegetable oil for commercial frying is usually partially hydrogenated.
- Don Klipstein ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
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