What is crispy on the outside, and fluffy on the inside?
HINT: You'll find this food item on the McDonald's fast food menu.
A nice loaf of French bread.
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Me after a session at the tanning salon! But I don't think I'm on the menu at McDonald's.
A teddy bear that has been in a fire? I think I've tasted something like that at Mcdonalds
My first thought was the Egg McMuffin, but now I remember the last salad I ordered from there..and oh dear lordy, flashbacks, flashbacks!!!
This picture is really making me hungry for McDonald's french fries right now!
Actually, that sounds like my old high school principal, but you wanted a food item. Somebody already said french fries, so how about the fish on a McFish sandwich?
I am thinking a marshmellow roasted over an open fire. Once it gets browned it gets a bit crispy but it's still fluffy on the inside.
Ooops I apologize I didn't see the McDonald's comment until I hit send. I will have to go with French Fries. Or maybe an apple tart thingy.
That was the first - a black roasted crispy marshmellow over a camp fire and white fluffy inside on a branch.
Mcnuggets (Mcdonald's chicken nuggets) are crispy on the outside, and fluffy on the inside.
Salad! wow, that sounded like a much better answer in my head...I'd reason their fish? I couldn't be sure. I don't care for McDonald's
I was thinking the answer that Polar Bears give: Igloos.
by Jim Higgins 5 years ago
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by Derrick Houston 7 years ago
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by Princess Prisca 7 years ago
I say yes. Using an oil which holds up under high temperatures the oil does not break down and change its molecular structure. It is still recognizable to the human body which can break it down and utilize it.
by Valerie Washington 5 years ago
I dip my french fries in ice cream. What weird foods do you eat?Everyone has some weird or crazy thing they eat......come on and share with us...don't be shy!
by Fritz Isaacs 17 months ago
Are french fries considered a vegetable?Some say that fried potatoes are not vegetables. I say that's a bunch of poppy cock. Just because a vegetable is fried does not mean it's not a veggie. What are your thoughts?
by DaveysRecipeRead 7 years ago
In English speaking U.S.A why do french fries accompany the Hamburger instead of English Chips?Fish and chips are English. Succulent Cod Fillets in the embrace of a lovely crispy crust accompanied by thickly cut crispy Chips. How come french fries are served with Burgers instead of English Chips?
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