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McD's Breakfast ALL DAY!

hungryabbey Oct 15, 2006 01:42 AM

News on the street is that McDonalds will be serving their breakfast menu all day soon. woo hoo , Id rather have one of their hashbrowns instead of fries any day , mm..

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  1. Emme RE: hungryabbey Oct 15, 2006 01:46 AM

    The reason I thought they didn't do this before is because the griddle has to be at different temperatures to cook the breakfast foods vs all other foods... Maybe that was not the real truth...

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      mamamia RE: Emme Oct 16, 2006 05:19 AM

      That's what I've read - burgers and things require hotter grills than the eggs and other breakfast items.

      That's why this is puzzling, if true.

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        ChinoWayne RE: Emme Oct 16, 2006 08:37 PM

        Word is they will be reconfiguring the kitchens.

      2. monkeyrotica RE: hungryabbey Oct 15, 2006 02:18 PM

        But will they be offering burgers and fries all day? I hate being in the mood for a burger at 10:30, only to be told they're not ready until 11.

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          Lipant RE: hungryabbey Oct 16, 2006 01:56 AM

          I would far rather their egg mcmuffins kind of thing than their burgers anyday! this is good news!

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            Atahualpa RE: Lipant Oct 16, 2006 06:25 AM

            I'm of the opinion that their breakfast is edible verging on decent and that everything else isn't worth getting. This IS good news. Especially the hashbrowns all day!

          2. ipsedixit RE: hungryabbey Oct 16, 2006 08:53 PM

            Just imagine, an Egg McMuffin with fries at 4 in the afternoon ...

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              Bob W RE: ipsedixit Oct 16, 2006 11:00 PM

              Mmmm, I'd buy that for a dollar (Robocop reference).

              McD's hasbrowns are really too greasy for me (not that I don't eat them, of course) -- I'd much prefer their fries with my Egg McMuffins.

              Although, the double cheeseburger on the Value Menu really is a good deal. Two of those and two McValue fries for $4... we're talking Taco Bell-level cheap eats.

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                ipsedixit RE: Bob W Oct 16, 2006 11:29 PM

                McD's Sausage Egg McMuffin with Ranch Dressing is like the ultimate poor-man's Eggs Benedict ....

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                  wanderlustre RE: ipsedixit Oct 26, 2006 03:51 AM

                  Oh man, my favorite combination and pretty much the only thing I ever crave from McDonalds.

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              shanda013 RE: hungryabbey Oct 19, 2006 08:25 PM

              that would be great i love their hashbrowns too...

              1. rworange RE: hungryabbey Oct 22, 2006 06:25 AM

                I wonder if they will extend that to make the regular food available for breakfast. I'd rather have fries in the morning than the hash brown.

                1. sailormouth RE: hungryabbey Oct 23, 2006 05:03 PM

                  For a while they did have an Eggs Benedict McMuffin in New Orleans, not fabulous but definately good.

                  1. NJFoodie RE: hungryabbey Oct 26, 2006 01:11 AM

                    I'm glad to see this post. I was about to email McD about having late-night breakfast items. Sandwiches only is fine. Often I'm heading home from work at 10 pm and would prefer a McMuffin and decaf instead of a burger/chicken/fish.

                    Late nights after partying (many years ago) took me to the local diners for breakfast-type items. I would love to see McD hop on this. If I want an egg-type sandwich and coffee now, I go to Dunkin' donuts, which has them 24 hours.

                    1. Jpan99 RE: hungryabbey Oct 26, 2006 05:40 PM

                      Just read this article today, about the "revamping" of the McDonald's image. Maybe breakfast all day fits into the chain's future.


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