Former Top Chef Secretly Fed Foodies McDonald's & They Were Lovin' It

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Chef Neal Fraser pulled a fast one on an unsuspecting group of 40 food bloggers. A fast food one, that is.

Fraser invited the foodies to dinner at a chic southern California villa and told them the menu would feature a secret ingredient, The Independent reports. The key component of this mouthwatering five-course meal? McDonald's.
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The dishes were a far cry from dollar-menu fare. Fraser served chilled avocado soup and romaine salad with bacon bits and buttermilk dressing to start, followed by spicy meatballs and bacon-wrapped chicken entrΓ©es, and finished with a coffee-and-blueberry dessert.

#atasteofsocal-Neal Fraser & Amy Knoll Fraser @ The Carondelet House.

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No offense, All Day Breakfast, but Chef Fraser easily has you beat.

The tasty stunt was cooked up between the fast food chain and Fraser, the owner of Redbird restaurant and a past Top Chef Masters competitor.
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