It's not free, but it almost is.McDonald's, for some reason, is discounting snack-sized boxes of its new Fish McBites down to a buck until tomorrow, Feb. 14, though not on the 15th, the first Friday of Lent.
Along with its report of its quarterly results yesterday, McDonald's revealed that it will introduce a whole new product come February, in time for Lent. Fish McBites are just what you think: nuggets of fish made from the same species (Alaskan Pollack) that's used for the Filet-O-Fish.
Once again, it's fish sandwich season at the nation's fast food burger joints, a.k.a. Lent. It is said that 23% of Filet-O-Fish consumption happens during this period. But how do the others measure against what's arguably the nation's most popular fishwich, which McDonald's now offers in a doubl ... More >>
In Part One of our Q&A with Lisa Fontanesi, we learned about the mission of the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution, in particular how the Santa Ana community differs from the other places the mobile teaching kitchen has stopped. Today, we learn more about how our subject got started on her path in ... More >>
The local-born chef returns to OC, and he's cooking burgers
Photo by Kevin LaraTrying to sit down with Renzo is a sight to see. Shaking our hand, quipping with a customer, working with a vendor and responding to a text is a post-lunch breather for this social businessman. He runs both a catering company and Peruvian establishment, the latter hidden in the ... More >>
Before you dismiss me as a corporate-hating elitist...well, maybe I'm the former, for sure. But I do not reflexively hate McDonald's. I still maintain their ham Egg McMuffin is one of the great fast-food creations, one that spurs me to eat four in a sitting, while their small apple pies, gooey an ... More >>
Edwin GoeiCalifornia Fish GrillThis week on Dueling Dishes: California Fish Grill versus Malibu Fish Grill. Both operate on the concept that fish dinners should not cost you a week's paycheck. Both are better options to get your Omega-3s than a Filet-O-Fish.
Smiles and piles of food at OC's meatless meet-and-greets
Fish so good, we got emotional