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OT: Will the McRib ever be permanently on the menu?


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They are remotely the same thing. Chicken nuggets or hot dogs aren't.

 

I suppose it depends on your criterion for comparison. To me they are the same because they are all processed meats made from scraps mixed with fillers and pressed into a shape: nuggets, patties, spam, hot dogs, McRib...all the same ballpark. I like the Jenny O "turkey roast" in the freezer section, but I wouldn't compare it to a Thanksgiving turkey.

 

I also wouldn't consider the McRib an alternative to BBQ ribs, I'd consider it an alternative to Chicken McNuggets or a Big Mac.

Dan

 

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Actually, no. BBQ is all about the smoke and the rub. :D

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All the talk about Wendy's new burger got me thinking. Fast food burgers generally suck, even the new Wendy's burger but The McRib has to be the crown jewel in the McDonalds menu. Do you think it'll ever be a permanent fixture at McDonalds?

 

 

Peace,

D

 

I've had one McRib in my life and didn't like it at all. I doubt it will ever be on the list permanently...it's one of those things that ignites a fire under some people for a while, and they then sell a lot of them (usually along with a drink which is really where they make their money). I don't think people would go crazy for them if they were there all the time.

 

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Good meat needs no sauce.

 

Perhaps just a bit of merlot...

 

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With that, I'd have a Argentinian Malbec, .

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For those who really can't live without the McRib it's always available in Germany. You can move there :D

 

Here in the States it's only on the menu until Nov 14.

 

Read all about it here if you are bored and want to "bone up" :laugh: on McRib trivia.

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And if your meat smokes when you rub it, you're doing it wrong.

 

Yeah its all in the slathering!

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And if your meat smokes when you rub it, you're doing it wrong.

 

Yeah its all in the slathering!

You're still talking about BBQ here, right?

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I can't believe that people STILL eat any junk from MickeyD's. The worst food on the planet and the corporate brass are arrogant. The last time I ate a meal there was 1984, I tried their nuggets and wound up feeding them to a flock of birds.

 

I almost never eat from any national chain anymore - BK, Friendly's, applebees, etc are garbage and/or expensive. Arbys and Wendys are rare exceptions. I travel a lot and I seek out the mom-n-pop restaurants, not the chains,

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I seek out the mom-n-pop restaurants, not the chains,
This.

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Looks like there is a God and he's catholic because my prayers have been answered. The news broke just today that McRib is back until November 14th. The article mentioned that Germany is the only place on Earth to enjoy the McRib perennially. Of course that might just be a passive aggressive move in response to what went down in April of '45.

 

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Looks like there is a God and he's catholic because my prayers have been answered. The news broke just today that McRib is back until November 14th. The article mentioned that Germany is the only place on Earth to enjoy the McRib perennially. Of course that might just be a passive aggressive move in response to what went down in April of '45.

 

I am off to the double arches before rehearsal.

 

All that excitement for a Mcdonalds meal? really??? :eek:

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I didn't get a chance to eat a McRib yet but was still eagerly anticipating my first bite when I read what it is made out of:

 

"Ooof. What's the meat made of?

Pig innards and plenty of salt. Typically, "restructured meat product" includes pig bits like tripe, heart, and scalded stomach, says Whet Moser at Chicago Magazine, citing a 1995 article by Robert Mandigo, a professor at the University of Nebraska. These parts are cooked and blended with salt and water to extract salt-soluble proteins, which act as a "glue" that helps bind the reshaped meat together."

 

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I think that I have forever lost my innocence. My cravings for McRib have vanished forever now and I am sorry for championing its perennial availability.

 

Peace,

D.

 

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What's the meat made of?

Pig innards and plenty of salt. Typically, "restructured meat product" includes pig bits like tripe, heart, and scalded stomach, says Whet Moser at Chicago Magazine, citing a 1995 article by Robert Mandigo, a professor at the University of Nebraska. These parts are cooked and blended with salt and water to extract salt-soluble proteins, which act as a "glue" that helps bind the reshaped meat together."

 

The perfect script for the "horror movies" thread.

 

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