Discussion in 'Wackbag's Mean Cusine' started by BIV, May 15, 2013.
If it's boneless then it's not ribs.
They are ripping Mc D off, hoo hoo.
Sadness on a bun.
i was never a big McRib fan, and then I read some of the ingredients (hearts and stomachs), and now i'm even less of a fan.
Sorry to break the news to you buddy but if you've ever had a fast food burger or hot dog you have eaten heart, lungs, stomach, intestines for casing and a sorts of random parts of animals. And once you cut out the valves and such beef heart is quite yummy.
Cut out the valve? That's the best part. Now I'm starvin'. Hey Earl, we got any beef heart valve back there?
of course it tested extremely well in lousiana!
I'm starvin. We got any lungs back there?
All those vittles that everyone willingly eats except for stupid Americans.
I had one today...It wasn't half bad for fast food. I liked it better than McDonalds. In the end it's still fast food. So meh
I just tried one 15 mins ago. Its not a bad sandwich but I would never go out of my way to get it. Its a really small sandwich too. The ads make it look like its the size of a whopper while its pretty tiny. The McRib is much better.
I'm a sucker for a good novelty, so I tried it last night.
Nothing special, but I enjoyed it.
Is this basically the same ingredients as the McRib? Meat, sauce, pickles, onions? I don't like surprises.
Pretty much. A lot more pickle. Not sure if there were onions. This also has mayo, which turned out to be a surprisingly good choice.
I wasn't expecting it, but it mixed nicely with the BBQ to make a superior sauce to the McRib.
Now, I'm a lover of mayo, but I would never have dreamed of putting it on such a sammich. Very surprised it worked.
If that mayo was there as an ingredient in cole slaw topping the sandwich, I'd be all in on that. But mayo on its own repulses me. It's good to know that it's there, though, so I can order it without it. You'd think the people writing the article would mention that there's a difference in the sandwiches instead of just listing the similarities. I would've had a processed pig parts sandwich sullied with that nasty white goop had it not been for you bravely testing the sandwich first, kind sir! We need the clappy hands smiley back.