In-N-Out Burger on Monday, July 28th

We all had lunch at the airport between flights but Michael didn’t care for the Schlotzsky’s deli sandwiches we ordered in the Houston airport, so he didn’t eat much for lunch and was starving when we arrived in Anaheim.

Our original plan was for all of us to eat burgers with Lisa at IN-N-OUT on the way to Disneyland so we stopped even though it was later than we had planned.

Michael had his own Double Double Animal style cheeseburger, Carol and I shared another one, and all of us shared an order of French fries – animal style.

Carol and I shared a chocolate shake and Michael had a strawberry shake.

Words cannot describe how great everything tasted!

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Carol, Lisa and Michael in the parking lot before we all entered.

Note the palm trees… In-N-Out stores often include tall palm trees planted to form an “X” cross shape in front. That’s because founder Harry Snyder’s favorite movie was Stanley Kramer’s It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World — during which there was a search for buried treasure hidden under “the big W” made by four palm trees, with the middle two forming an ‘X’.



A smiling In-n-Out Burger employee met us at the door and opened it for us. He also was taking orders from the cars in the drive-up lane then relaying them electronically to the kitchen before people got to the drive-up window.




Fries Animal Style on the left and two Double-Double Animal Style cheeseburgers on the right

Here’s how to make a cheeseburger Double-Double Animal Style

Hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, two slices of American cheese, two mustard cooked  100% pure beef patties with pickle, extra spread, and grilled onions stacked  high on a freshly baked bun. The Fries Animal Style have the same sauce which contains thousand island dressing. You can’t believe how great it all tastes! And I think the chocolate shakes, while good, are pretty much what you can get at good burger places — but the strawberry shakes are outstanding!

"Quality you can taste"

"Quality you can taste"



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