A few weeks ago, I sat down at a table with my friend and fellow McDonalds food writer, Michael S. for a quick dinner.
He had just written a book about McDonalds’ past and present, and he had a couple of questions for me: What were the first McDonalds desserts ever made?
And, what did the first dessert taste like?
I told him that I’m not sure, but I’ll have to ask my mom about it.
She was at the table.
The other table was mine, so I was able to sit with her.
I had never even heard of McDonalds, and we were talking about the future of the company, she told me.
She hadn’t even heard that the first desserts were made by McDonalds before we started talking.
(The book is called “McDonalds: The Next Great American Company.”)
The first dessert, she said, was called a “sandwich,” and it came in the form of a sandwich that looked like a large sandwich with a slice of bread.
She said it tasted like a baguette, and it was sweet.
It was also kind of crunchy, but not too crunchy.
The name is a nod to a classic McDonalds ad from decades ago, but the description of it reads like a bit of a joke.
The McDonalds sandwich, it said, is made from a combination of ground beef, eggs, onions, and butter.
It is then topped with lettuce, tomato, and lettuce cheese.
I was confused by that description, because that was clearly a hamburger sandwich.
I wondered what would happen if the lettuce was cut into slices instead of a big blob of lettuce.
So I asked her what kind of sandwiches her mom might like to have.
She told me that the sandwich she liked to have in her home was a hamburgers and french fries sandwich.
She also told me about the first real dessert.
It came in a brownie, and the flavor was just like a brown-paper cake.
But the texture of it was a little bit like a pancake.
It had a very thin crust and was a bit soft, but it was delicious.
And it tasted really good.
I started to think about it a little more, and I realized that the McDonalds brand has been around since the 1920s, so it must have been made somewhere around that time.
And the description I had heard sounded familiar.
I asked if she remembered it.
Her answer was a long time ago.
The name of the first meal I ever ate, it turned out, is not the one McDonalds is best known for.
But it is very much related to it: the Brownie Sandwiches.
That’s the brownie sandwich that was so popular in the 1950s, according to Michael.
He was born in 1954, so he remembers the first brownie.
And he recalled that it had a little piece of the bun in the middle.
So he put it in the brownies and it tasted great.
But there was something about that brownie that was appealing, so Michael told me, and his parents took him to see it.
He says that the Brownies were so popular that McDonalds created a line of them to sell in the 1960s, which were called “Brownie Sandwich” because they were brown, not white.
But that was just another way to name the McDonald’s brownies.
Michael has been working in the food industry for more than 30 years, including for McDonalds since 1996.
In that time, he has written three books about the company.
He also runs his own business, the Michael S Brownies blog.
He has worked on food-related shows on NBC and Food Network.
Michael’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post, New York Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.