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liuzhou

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2 hours ago, Duvel said:

Not sure if that’s only available in Germany …

 

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The McRöstis arrival coincided with the Glühwein season, so after a few of the latter I took one for the team and purchased the former …

 

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What can I say 😜

You loved it, didn't you? 🤣

 

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Had to pass the Micky D's in the local mall today and spotted this.

 

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Angus truffle burgers?  I think Angus might be the  name of guy who cooks them and the truffles are 99.999999% likely to be Chinese truffles, which aren't worth the paper they're probably made out of. Utterly tasteless.

 

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Are truffle burgers available in non-Chinese McD stores?

 

 

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...your dancing child with his Chinese suit.

 

"No amount of evidence will ever persuade an idiot"
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I go to McD's about once every 10 years or so if that, so am no expert, but I have never heard of truffle angus burgers at any in the US. if they were here, surely I'd have seen ads.

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1 minute ago, Maison Rustique said:

I go to McD's about once every 10 years or so if that, so am no expert, but I have never heard of truffle angus burgers at any in the US. if they were here, surely I'd have seen ads.

 

Thanks. Pretty much what I thought.

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