Food of the Seventies, Mcdonalds Golden Nuggets

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In the Early/mid 70's Mcdonalds had an alternative to French Fries called "Golden Nuggets". They weredeep fried onion chunks about the size of a tatter tot. Absolutely delish!! Also, you misspelled a product. It's not "Google", It's "Koogle". Look here:
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Rob Lambert - October 19, 2017 - Report this comment
These were originally called Onion Nuggets (1974), changed to Golden Nuggets. Found no TV commercials, but I did find ads for these and the NEW McBreakfast on flyers by Chicago radio station WCFL, the Top Ten Hits and Albums, from early 1975. Also, a photo of Super CFL's new morning DJs, Dick Saint and Doug Dahlgren. They are shown walking a tightrope which connects the two high-rise buildings which form Marina City (WCFL's home, 300 N. State). A year later, WCFL converted from top 10 to elevator music. In the process, Saint, Dahlgren (and Larry Lujack) were fired, and they reacted outlandishly over the air, as written by Chicago Tribune columnist Gary Deeb. Afterward, Saint and Dahlgren found work at WFLD-TV (same building), recording announcements for the station's blocks of children's/cartoon shows. Dahlgren worked briefly at WRKR in Racine, WI, in 1978.

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