McDonald's done right

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ScreamingChicken
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McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 8:29 AM
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To celebrate McDonald's 72nd birthday yesterday a local restaurant came up with a menu the chef/owner called "McDonald's done right".  I'd be willing to bet the dining room was clown-free, too.
 

1st course

"Chicken Nuggets"
Free range chicken with panko breading and fresh arugula salad
with duo of house made sauces 

 

2nd course

"Quarter Pounder"
Filet mignon ground in house on fresh baked bread,
with fontina cheese, organic field greens, red onions, tomatoes and red pepper aioli served with yukon frites with fleur de sel

 

3rd course

"Apple Pie"

Braeburn apples caramelized in brown sugar and wrapped in puff pastry, served with vanilla bean ice cream



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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 8:46 AM
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That's very cool!

I will have a Mc Short RIb...and a Shamrock Gelato Shake to go.

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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 9:40 AM

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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 11:31 AM
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ScreamingChicken


To celebrate McDonald's 72nd birthday yesterday a local restaurant came up with a menu the chef/owner called "McDonald's done right".  I'd be willing to bet the dining room was clown-free, too.

1st course

"Chicken Nuggets"
Free range chicken with panko breading and fresh arugula salad
with duo of house made sauces 

 

2nd course

"Quarter Pounder"
Filet mignon ground in house on fresh baked bread,
with fontina cheese, organic field greens, red onions, tomatoes and red pepper aioli served with yukon frites with fleur de sel

 

3rd course

"Apple Pie"

Braeburn apples caramelized in brown sugar and wrapped in puff pastry, served with vanilla bean ice cream



 
Was this on the dollar menu?

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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 12:34 PM
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ScreamingChicken


I'd be willing to bet the dining room was clown-free, too.


 
Boy, you're just leaving that one hang over the plate!

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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 2:58 PM
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ScreamingChicken


To celebrate McDonald's 72nd birthday yesterday a local restaurant came up with a menu the chef/owner called "McDonald's done right".  I'd be willing to bet the dining room was clown-free, too.

1st course

"Chicken Nuggets"
Free range chicken with panko breading and fresh arugula salad
with duo of house made sauces 

 

2nd course

"Quarter Pounder"
Filet mignon ground in house on fresh baked bread,
with fontina cheese, organic field greens, red onions, tomatoes and red pepper aioli served with yukon frites with fleur de sel

 

3rd course

"Apple Pie"

Braeburn apples caramelized in brown sugar and wrapped in puff pastry, served with vanilla bean ice cream




They had no copyright issues?

CCinNJ


I'm lovin' it...

http://www.thegridto.com/...d-drink/happier-meals/

 
And people say the regular menu at McDonalds sucks. I saw not one item that even tempeted me
 


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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/16/12 3:23 PM
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Would you like a Mc Wonton with a side of potato salad?

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Re:McDonald's done right - Wed, 05/23/12 1:54 PM
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I would love to see the prices on that menu.

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Re:McDonald's done right - Thu, 05/24/12 10:32 AM
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When we use the in-law's pied a terre in Paris I always stop by and check out the McD's @ the nearby Charl Michel Metro.  Prices there are not only high by U.S. standards, a meal there is every bit as expensive as eating at a decent Bistro.
 
In Rio, for the price of a McD's "meal" you could have a filet w/bernaise at Terraco Atlantico, a white tablecloth place on Copacabana Beach. 

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Re:McDonald's done right - Thu, 05/24/12 12:54 PM
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Hard to dislike a Croque McDo...

http://www.frenchrevoluti...11/08/the-croque-mcdo/