Fast food giant McDonald's is on a roll. Their All-Day Breakfast has been a huge ego booster for the popular restaurant, taking stock in McDonald's to a new high. So what does the fast food icon do as an encore?  Come up with new menu items, of course.

Time reports that the trial of garlic fries has been a huge success in Northern California. So popular, in fact, they can't keep up with the demand and have temporarily increased supply to keep up with the demand.

The specialty fries sound delicious as they are made with locally grown freshly chopped garlic, Parmesan cheese, olive oil, fresh parsley, and salt. It sounds as if the quick sell out and the fact that social media is singing the praise of these new fries, that 250 Bay Area restaurants will soon be adding the specialty fries to their menu boards.

The thought of garlic fries made with chopped garlic, olive oil, parsley and Parmesan cheese sounds amazing.  I hope it won't be too long until these fries fly 2,878 miles our way to Southern Tier menu boards.  

[via Time]