Or, del.icio.us indeed.
Bored one day, I was browsing the web and came across In-N-Out's secret menu (via presta's del.icio.us/presta). I'd known about the existence of the "secret" menu, but never bothered to find out all of the details.
Reading that page, though, I was inspired. I got a craving--and once I get a craving for a particular food it's hard for me to think of anything else (though my brief detour to the 100x100 burger caused the craving to wane a bit). For some reason, the animal style burger sounded particularly tempting; the thought of a touch of mustard grilled into the burger had my mouth watering even though I'm not a big fan of mustard.
So, today, on my way home, I stopped by. I decided to get a Double Double, animal style with grilled sliced onions and one slice of cheese. (I didn't even know I could get grilled sliced onions before reading the page.) The guy taking the order was a little bit thrown off, but we got it straightened out.
Driving up, I debated whether or not I should get the Neapolitan shake I had seen on that page. Normally at In-N-Out I skip the drink and fries, figuring the burger is unhealthy enough. But I felt like living on the edge--and besides, I had a frozen vegetarian meal for lunch, right?
Their Neapolitan shakes aren't just the three flavors blended together; they're actually swirled together (as you can sort of see here).
I'm feeling a little bit nauseous now from all of the food. But boy, it was good going down. :)
(And, we won't tell Benson about this little trip, either.)
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