Where we reside our youth do not jump to buzzers and bells and I honestly have not ever tasted plastic where we reside either so that must be a very harsh taste. Are you talking about MCDonald's in China?
Hmmmm McDonald's - I live in a rural area and that is the only fast food place close and honestly not a favorite. If I am out where I have choices I would choose Subway - I love the Veggie Delight Subs - Yummy
i use to love mcdonalds but after watching the movie supersize me i havent want fast food at all ... as for sub sandwiches firehouse subs are by far the best ... mmm yummy and AEvans i agree i aint never seen any kids jump to bells and buzzers ... that's a new one
I must admit that there isn't a convenient fast food restaurant within walking distance and I can't be bothered to get in the car to go to them. But I can walk to the local pizza shop, so they are my first stop for a sub or calzone or even pizza!
Living in france for so many years, my whole attitude towards Mcd changed! ( It's just sooo unpopular there!) I got used to eating baguettes full of fresh salad and tomato, so light and healthy that I can never enjoy a simple burger anymore.... pity I know!
Plus, the only pizza I like now is the thin based one. Since moving to london, Subway is the closest I can come to enjoying fast food.... and I have yet to find a truly Italian version of pizza here! Yep, life in europe does that to you....
?? oh no blonde!! flattered as I am, you should have seen how I took that pic! Laptop, no make up, just dumped two kids at school and off to the gym!! It's all those french baguettes i say that make you look like celebrities! Kristen........I wish there was a real french cafe here.....no such luck i'm afraid...!
I prefer home cooked burgers and if I’m out and looking for a sandwich it’ll probably be a subway for me. Quiznos is coming to the UK now and I preferred them when I was in the States. I loved a buffalo chicken cheese steak from the local Deli.
World: I much prefer "Burger King" to Mickey D's. Try BK's long chicken sandwich made like a whopper....fantastic! When my son was 14 he worked at BK in an apprentice program. He came home one day and said "Dad ya gotta try the long chicken sandwich made like a whopper! it's the best!" I also like Subways. They make a foot long for $5.00's. I can make 2 meals outa 1 of them. I travel alot. I have to admit that on a long trip, M.d's is the best for a quick bkfast and a superhot cuppa good coffee.
Loads of Subway fans here... we have one in our high street and it's OK, but is a lot of money for what it is IMO.
At the beginning of the week I buy four or five packs of part-baked baguette rolls from my local Aldi (50p for four!). They take 10 minutes in the oven on gas mark 7. Fill with Aldi chilli Brie and eat with an apple for a fast and tasty lunch!
It doesn't need a recipe - it's just a little round wheel of Brie (a soft full-fat French cheese) with bits of chilli in it. You can get plain Brie as well.
(Brie is sold in just about every British supermarket. But maybe it's not so well-known in America.)
And Aldi is a German supermarket chain which appeared in Britain a few years ago. It's absolutely brilliant for things like cheese, olives, ham and weird 'n' wonderful special offer stuff that appears and disappears as quickly as it arrives.
McDonald's certainly does have the best fries! Whataburger has yummy shakes and A&W has the best Cheeseburgers and RootBeer floats! To think I just had lunch, thank god my stomach is not grumbly, lolololo
Fast food burger.....Definitely WhatABurger whenever I go to Texas. There are none here in Arkansas. Here...Andy's or Burger King. Would have said, DQ Burgers, but those have disappeared now except for the one in Hot Springs.
I like Wendy's. I like their 99 cent Junior Bacon Cheeseburger and small French Fries. Jack in the Box is okay, but Wendy's has better-tasting Diet-Coke. I think Jack in the Box has a bit more variety, such as fried jalepenos.
they are light and spongey and really good, and their coffee is as good as Starbucks. you guys, i highly recommend them. their hash browns are greasy though and their breakfast sandwiches are too salty but you can't go wrong with their pancakes and coffee :p
p.s. i went to an IHOP once and their pancakes were horrible
Thank you I have been missing you too! I will be focusing on hubpages a little more this week, mom has been very ill as many of you know she is fighting cancer so we almost lost her last week. She is back home now, she is a weak but she is a fighter.
I vowed never to eat at McDonald's again after viewing the documentary "Super Size Me" my 10th grade year in World History Class. That lasted up until about this year when I discovered Chicken Biscuits. But those are still about the only thing I will eat and very sparingly. Though it may not be considered fast food and its a bit on the expensive side, Panera is the way to go. Everything is fresh and it tastes super delicious.
I don't do burgers...not for the past 6-7 years. I do hit Taco Bell about once a month.. My biggest food downfall is pizza and beer...Mainly from a place called "Old Chicago"..I love the thin crust pizza there...soooo tasty. Their sauce is different than other places...too yummy!! Damn..now I want some! The closest one is like 25 miles from here.
I love preservatives. Run on 'em. My favorite fast food joint around here (Cochise County, Arizona) is actually Carl's Jr. When we were so broke all last summer, they had "two chilidogs for $3" that did the trick during more than one trip to the pawn shop.
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