|In-n-Out fries, animal style|
One could, for instance, order a burger mustard-grilled. Lopez-Alt explains: "After cooking the first side, the cook will squirt some mustard onto the top of the patty before flipping it so that it sizzles into the meat on the grill."
Me? I don't go that often. The burgers are fine. I'm even ok with the creepy (but unobtrusive) references to Scripture on some of the packaging. It's the fries that keep me away. Even though they're cut fresh from raw potatoes before your very eyes, and you'd think, therefore, that they'd be fantastic, they're just some of the least compelling fast food fries I've ever had. That is, unless you get them animal style, topped with cheese, Thousand Island spread, and grilled onions...Like I do.
Praise the lord.
Goes well with:
- The Ultimate In-N-Out Secret Menu (and Super Secret Menu!) Survival Guide.
- In-n-Out's secret menu is such a tightly held secret that it's...um...it's openly discussed on the corporate website. Check it out.