Unique Alternatives to McDonald's Traditional French Fries
McDonald's french fries are the ultimate fast food fry. A god amongst men. A colossus amongst small fries, if you will.
Crispy and golden on the outside, soft and warm on the inside, McDonald's fries are one of the chain's most popular products for good reason. But numerous McDonald's restaurants in the Bay Area are daring to switch up the salty specialty within the next few months.
Called the "Gilroy Garlic Fries," they are splashed with a puree of olive oil, garlic, salt, parsley and Parmesan. The name is an ode to Gilroy, the "Garlic Capital of the World," located just 80 miles south of San Francisco, where all of the garlic for the McDonald's garlic fries is produced.
The McDonald's garlic fries first made an appearance at four Bay Area locations at the beginning of May and proved to be wildly successful, selling out in less than two weeks. Due to this, McDonald's may be adding these made to order fries to the menu at 250 Northern California locations within a few months, according to a CNBC article.
"Why must we try to perfect perfection?" you ask.
Well, as it turns out, McDonald's has already tampered with their timeless taters at plenty of locations all over the world. Check out these four variations of McDonald's fries, and decide for yourself if you'd stick to the basics or switch it up.
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