Right here. :^)
Be careful, though. For all the calories, saturated fat, and cholesterol that these dishes offer, they are in fact from chain restaurants, and may actually be lacking in crucial areas like real butter, real eggs, and real sugar. You can always count on corporate types to replace the real stuff with soybean and palm products, as well as corn syrup.
Seriously; while I am (as the grandson of a guy who died at age 59 from a massive heart attack) as interested in good health as most people, there is a certain point where one's food must have something called "taste." While sometimes that taste is actually improved in things that are good for you--pasture fed meats, blueberries, and dark chocolate--sometimes food needs a bit of saturated fat and sugar to be palatable. In such cases, one may often find that one actually turns out healthier when one enjoys something made with foods that are "bad for you," simply because you're actually satisfied and have enjoyed your meal.
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