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Old 03-22-2013, 11:29 AM   #11
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oh, c'mon, jharris. you can't put chiles in everything.

what the heck is a ny burger? my browser won't load the site.

is it rat meat and ground money? lol.

addie, forget about joeys. what about galah parm sandwiches, or witchetty fries.

My browser did open it. A NY burger is just a regular burger with everything on it and if I remember correctly it is made with Black Angus beef. One is the chicken burger. I don't remember all of them, but they were your average ones we get right here in the states. They also are offering the same shakes.
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Tom and Snip, even I am having trouble getting to the site today...think they are down for some reason!

Ads, they have only just recently done a lamb burger here at Macca's...as far as I know they have never done a kangaroo one, the lamb one was nice though

A brekkie roll is just like a bacon and egg sandwich but in a roll instead
That is our McMuffin with Canadian bacon and egg. Same thing. Sesame roll.
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:55 AM   #13
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oh, c'mon, jharris. you can't put chiles in everything.
Laughing! You're right but the GCCB is a staple here in New Mexico.

I've even been known to put pickled jalapenos on a GCCB.

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Old 03-22-2013, 02:09 PM   #14
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i'm a chile man myself. love pickled jalaps. i put them in eggs, on tuna sandwiches, with pulled pork or pork chops, in mussels marinara, and even occasionally on pizza.

try the mussels marinara and pickled jalapenos. if they're good and hot, they sort of make it into a piquant mussels fra diavolo. it's strangely good.

and thanks, addie.

i guess we know who broke mickey d's website now, don't we? it's always the last one that had it...
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Old 03-22-2013, 06:23 PM   #15
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Steve, thanks for the video

Ads, yes the McMuffins we have here too...bacon and egg and sausage and egg!

They have Angas Beef burgers here too, they are quite tasty

They are saying on forums over here that the Californian Chicken burger is the best one out of the American Range...so we may try that when we get back from our trip
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Old 03-25-2013, 07:36 AM   #17
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Here's an ad for it. I'm not sure what would define the one burger as a "New York Classic". Looks like a plain old cheese burger to me. Maybe it only comes with a small drink.
Laughing!

Another brilliant idea from the illustrious mayor.

I think the small drink only comes with the Bloomburger.

With all the real problems New Yorkers face I'm so happy to see he has his priorities straight.

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We forgot to try this today for lunch...next week for sure
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