Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Breakfast burger!


Yes, that's a fried egg on top of the beef. Will Work for Food chronicled the interesting McDonald's menu options of other countries.

The only things I ever eat at McDonald's are the chicken nuggets, the fries, and the sundae. I prefer BK and Wendy's for hamburgers but if McD's wants to start selling me garbanzo burgers (or falafel, whatever they wanna do to my chickpeas) then I'm all over that.

8 comments:

Bearette24 said...

I had a friend from Taiwan who just loved fried egg on top of meat. I got used to it after a while.

Tug said...

That looks icky. Ham maybe, but hamBURGER? nope.

Avitable said...

There's a restaurant called Red Robin that has a burger called the Royal Red Robin. Two patties, bacon, cheese, and a fried egg on top. One of the best burgers I've ever eaten in my life.

Spéncer said...

That's way too much to be sitting in my stomach at 7 o’clock, that’s for sure!

Mr. Fabulous said...

They DO have the best fries, though, I think.

Poppy Cede said...

Bearette - Hmm. I just don't understand the necessity to mix meats.

Tug - Yes, ham for breakfast. I'm with you.

Avi - I was thinking of you when I posted this. I figured if you've had it already it's something you'd like to be reminded of, and if you hadn't then it'd be something new for you to try. I'm actually surprised you like it only because you've never mentioned liking eggs.

Spénce - It might be something I could eat for dinner, but I would do what I do with "complex" food pairings and break them down into their basic parts so that there were hamburgers in one spot of the plate, the egg in another, and bacon in the third spot. :)

Mr Fab - Of all the fast food chains I've been to that is certainly true. Of all the restaurants in the world their fries are so completely inferior it's not even a little funny. And I make a super mean fry my own self. ;)

Michelle said...

if I saw this earlier, I'd mention the Red Robin Royal burger, but alas, beat to the punch. My bro worked there and told me that it was cheaper to order it minus egg, than to order the regular cheeseburger with bacon. But with the egg, it's pretty good too. But not everyday, that's a protein overload. also less room in stomach for neverending fries.

Poppy Cede said...

I never understand why businesses make something with more ingredients cost less money than something with less ingredients. I can understand an introductory low price, but when something is permanently less it makes no sense to me.