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A Moment in History

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by mdee, Oct 9, 2015.

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  1. mdee

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    Last night was a rare moment for me. What was it? I had my first ever Egg McMuffin & Hash-browns for Dinner.
    It was one of those "Where were you" moments in history. It's silly I know but it is something that has been long
    overdue from McD's. An idea so simple yet it's taken almost 60 years of my life to now become a reality.

    I do not go to McD's all that often but I've always felt serving breakfast 24/7 was a good idea. I had read that some
    markets would not be serving Hash-browns and so while driving to the one down the street my backup plan was to
    get a small order of fries. A. Because you can't have an Egg McMuffin without the Potatoes and B. Because a large
    order of FF's that late at night would be way too much food to digest and C. They are way too addicting making it
    too irresistible to not want to want go back again and again, night after night.

    Alright so done that... Will I do it again? Sure but I definitely do not want to make McD's Breakfast an every night habit!
     
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    LOL!-Very funny and congratulations! What I do is get two eggwihte sausage mc muffs with no butter and make it into one double. And, I only use one half of the muff (bread). Pretty damn good I tell you!
    Welcome to the club!
     
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    So what is the story on the hash browns? I need to give my Cardioligist, Dr. Patil, something to scold me about. (Frueet, you must eat more frueet, and veggytabbles.)
     
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    Pressed potatoes cooked in canola, corn and soybean oil... so its gotta be like getting veggies and grains in one serving :) :) :)
     
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    Thanks! It's like pizza is the perfect food because it has all of the food groups.

    I wanted to ask is do all MickeyD's not serve post breakfast hash browns?
     
  6. mdee

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    About the Hash-Brown’s. It’s one of those Doc Brown - Time Continuum Rules
    where-as the Same Matter cannot exist in the same Space at the Same Time.
    In other words they cannot make Fries and Hash-Browns in the same Fryer.
     
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    No sense in asking for number 2 breakfast then. I'll just double up on the Sausage McMuffins. Around my way, you get BOGO on those.
     
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    Yes they can. It's a matter of whether they choose to do so or not.

    Bill
     
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    The correct answer is to eliminate hashbrowns altogether and serve fries all the time.
     
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    no, the correct answer is to add a equipment so they can serve both all day. I would each hash browns with a burger but not fries with breakfast.
     
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