In Which Georgia Gives You The McNuggetini
Sunday, March 29, 2009 at 9:35PM
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It Shall Be Known By One Name

by Georgia Hardstark

For a few months now, my girl Alie and I had an idea for the perfect late night/after hours snack. It started as a joke. We found ourselves hungry after last call, and seemed to be having regular cravings for McNuggets.

Alie's obsession and constant quest to find the perfect alcoholic beverage/dinner/dessert (also see: White Russian), led us to concoct what is sure to become the new craze for the upscale watering holes.


Recipe by Alie and Georgia

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Yield: 2 servings


2 McNuggz (plus more for snacking)
1 tub McDonalds Brand Barbeque Sauce (plus more for licking off pinky finger)
1 lg. Mcdonalds Brand Chocolate Milkshake (plus more for bringing all the boys to the yard)
1 bottle Vanilla Vodka (recommended brand: Absolut)

Open the McDonalds bag. Eat one McNugg each, followed by two bites of the Filet-o-Fish (make sure you don't tell anyone that you eat Filet-o-Fishes).

Mix three or four shots of vanilla vodka in the McDonalds Brand Chocolate Milkshake, followed by one shot each directly into your mouth.

Rim each martini glass with McDonalds Brand Barbeque Sauce, and pour milkshake/vodka mixture into the glass. Garnish with a McNugg (which is to be swiped along barbeque sauce rimmed glass after the milkshake has been finished, and consumed with pure, unadulterated glee).

Photographic Evidence (thanks to my sister, Leah):

Purchasing the Goods (so exciting!)










It's bad luck to pour your own McNuggitini

Prepairing the McNugget garnish

Never pass up an oppourtunity to toast with a friend



Meat garnishing


After months of daydreaming, the final product is here!




"To life."


"Oh sweet Jesus."


Don't vomit.


Try really, really hard not to vomit.

Try again.


Vodka makes everything better


You're drinking a McNuggitini, it's almost required that you act like a dork

The money shot.

The End.


Georgia Hardstark is a contributor to This Recording. She is a writer and culinary innovator living in Los Angeles. For more gallant Hardstarking, visit her blog. She also tumbls for your pleasure here. You can view her debut on TR here.




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