The Croque McDo And Other McDonald’s Meals Not Found In The U.S.

My kids have never eaten a meal at McDonald’s (though it’s possible we got fries there once when the traffic was backed up for hours crossing the Sagamore Bridge).

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But things might be different if the Ebi Filet-O shrimp burger sold at McDonald’s in Japan or the Croque McDo (grilled ham and swiss on toast) sold in France were on the menu.

In this enlightening Foreign Policy piece , discover “The Best McDonald’s Meal You Won’t Find In The U.S,” including the Thai Samurai Pork Burger, the Turkish Kofteburger (a turkey kebab with mint and parsley) and the McMollete, a Mexican-style breakfast dish with refried beans, cheese, and pico de gallo (Mexican salsa) on a muffin. Of course, what the story’s really about is how McDonald’s has so cunningly weathered the Great Recession and remains such a dominant player in the global food arena.

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