were all things? Where was I, and why did I miss this? All of them seem like bad ideas except the hot dog, I always thought McDonald's should have a hot dog... why isn't this a thing now?
Guess McDonalds sucks at making new products. Pic related, discontinued McCurrywurst from germany.
>cooking hotdogs on a grill is a valid way to do it
a) It's McDonalds
b) "If they do hot dogs they'd have to fry them" is even more deeply moronic
c) You've never had a hotdog cooked on a barbecue grill?
They still have McSpaghetti where I come from. They have it to compete with Jollibee.
I did KP shit at a Michelin star restaurant, their specialisation was seafood, but their steaks were rated highly too. When they got well done orders they would deep fry them to shave off half the cooking time and at that stage the the meat wouldn't be porous any more so it didn't retajn the oil any more, deep frying odd cuts of meat does work if you're using it as a part of prep as opposed to the whole prep.
I was pretty gob smacked when i saw this being done for the first time however and it was hard not to stare.
Or you could just microwave them, that's how I cook all of my hot dogs, for myself or get together.
Oh and I don;t reccomend the 97% fat free ones, they tasted like shit to me.
I've said it before but if anyone is dumb enough to order their steak well-done, they're too stupid to notice if it's been deep fried. They clearly have no respect for their food so why make any effort yourself when cooking it?
What's wrong with well done? It's all about the seasoning anon.
I cook my steaks in the microwave with some Lawry's Seasoning salt and some Yoshiba sauce and I think it comes out restaurant quality.