McDonalds Mega Tomato Mega Tamago

The Mega Mac [is a Big Mac variant consisting of] four 1.6 oz (45.4 g) beef patties and an extra slice of cheese. Available in Ireland, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea

The tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is a plant in the Solanaceae or nightshade family, as are its close cousins tobacco, chili peppers, potato, and eggplant. The tomato is native to Central, South, and southern North America from Mexico to Peru.

Chicken eggs are widely used in many types of dishes, both sweet and savory.

Beef Tengoku: Mega Mac!

「ビーフ天国!メガマック!」 “Beef Heaven! Mega Mac!”

In some restaurants, McDonald’s also offers a “Mega Mac” with four patties and an extra slice of cheese. In Canada, this is commonly available in most McDonald’s restaurants under the name “Double Big Mac”. In the United Kingdom, the “Mega Mac” was once available but has since been discontinued along with the Super-size option as a part of the healthier McDonald’s menu. The “Mega Mac”, however, has been for sale in Ireland since at least some time in 2004 and remains on sale. The Mega Mac began sale in Japan on January 12, 2007.

Obesity is a condition in which the natural energy reserve, stored in the fatty tissue of humans and other mammals, is increased to a point where it is associated with certain health conditions or increased mortality.

McDonalds Drive-Thru

By popularizing the idea of a quick restaurant meal, [James L.] Watson’s study [published in Golden Arches East (Stanford University Press, 1998)] suggests, McDonald’s led to the easing or elimination of various taboos, such as eating while walking in Japan. McDonald’s also flattens the social strata during dining — there is no problem of losing face for certain customers (who might be embarrassed when someone else ordered a more expensive item in a restaurant); the food at McDonald’s is all similarly priced.

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A drive-through or drive-thru is a business, most commonly a restaurant, that serves customers who pull up in their vehicles. Orders are taken and goods or services are provided using a window or microphone, while the customers remain in their vehicles. The format was first pioneered in the United States in the 1940s but has since spread worldwide.

Pajamas (US) or pyjamas (Commonwealth), sometimes shortened to PJs, jammies, or jam-jams, are several related types of clothing originating from South Asia.