Short and sweet.

McDonalds, Grafton St, Dublin.

Any excuse.

(Thanks Ultan Mashup)

28 thoughts on “Life Of Pie

      1. edalicious

        I believe they’re only made to order so I’m not sure it’s an example of food waste. Except for the fact that the apple was wasted going into that when it could have been in a lovely tarte aux pommes or something.

        1. Cian

          I doubt if they are made to order. There is a ten minute gap between them coming out of the fat and being cool enough to sell. If you add another, say, 3-4 minutes for the actual cooking it would be a long wait.
          They also have a 80 minute shelf life.

  1. TheRealJane

    My Dad used to love them. He’d get one every time we went to McDonald’s as kids.

    Guess who didn’t get one? Everyone else.

    An injustice that rankles to this day.

  2. Huey Luas on the News

    Best Mickey D’s offering in my opinion.

    Why are are they always so damn hot though? Nom.

    Keep your donuts, Aungier Street,

    1. Cian

      Why are they hot? Because they are deep-fried in oil.

      The 10 minutes between the ‘made time’ and the ‘ready time’ is to allow them cool down.

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    Probably takes 80mins for them fiery things to cool down. After which, MacDonalds probably don’t wish their customers to take them home and microwave, get hot apple burns etc.

  4. Frilly Keane

    Best thing in MaccyDs
    That new flat white now is fierce handy to go with it

    Is that MacCaf on Grafton Street still going lads

    Best coffee and Best Value in D2 I remember

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