Global Mickey D’s.

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While I’m not a fan of what passes for food at McDonalds, I did get a kick out of a list of their international menu items.

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A mac and cheese burger? I’m not sure whether to be delighted… or horrified.

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I guess this saves a step somehow, but I’m not overly impressed.

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Um, no.

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Cheese definitely equals happiness in my book.

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I don’t know about you, but porridge isn’t my go to choice when ordering fast food.

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But clearly, the world and I disagree.

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McPorridge.

Who knew?

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27 thoughts on “Global Mickey D’s.”

  1. You can get porridge in UK McDs but it’s substantially less savoury. I would still never order it obviously but it’s marginally less horrifying. I am curious about the Mac and cheese burger though. It’s the shrimp that intrigues me. It could be genius.

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  2. If I’m not mistaken, porridge in Asian countries is usually made with rice. I don’t see what’s so odd about it. Would you eat risotto? Beef and barley soup? Barley isn’t that different from oats. Just saying…

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  3. I remember taking a class that included how and why the world has become as homogenized (I hope I spelled that correctly) as it has with the likes of Mickey D’s, Starbucks, etc. However, in order to celebrate wherever they are located, McD’s offers up their version of local fare.

    So I wonder why we don’t get McD’s version of chicken fried steak or Tex Mex in Texas. Of course, I’ve never even tried McRibs. I guess they’re popular, though. What food would you like McDonald’s to offer that would represent Maine? I know you couldn’t eat it, but it would have to be a McLobster something or another, right? Mona

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  4. Preparing to run away and hide after I hit “submit”: I think I would actually try every one of these options, just to see what happens. Of course, that statement triggers a flashback to my mildly-slutty college years, when my dating philosophy was basically the same… 😉

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