@hakunaI think "wild idea" is a better option than Ted
Turner.Ted certainly doesn't need the money and I think Wild
Idea is probably more eco-friendly.They also work closely with
Native Americans whose history is intricately intertwined with that of the
buffalo/bison, as we all know.
I stopped eating their hamburgs yrs ago and switched to their mc chicken love
them a little spicy but great for me. Should try them
Add the MacBison quarter pounder to the menu. LOL!Check with Ted
Turner on his ranch in Montana where he owns the largest herd in the country and
I understand that he serve Bison meat in his own restaurant chain in the general
I won't miss them at all. I haven't eaten at McDonalds in over 30
years and I am still alive, likely healthier. To each his own.
The real question is why can’t McDonalds call their hamburgers hamburgers
instead of sandwiches?
Thank you for the photo! I think that this is the first picture I've ever
seen of a Quarter Pounder that actually and honestly represents what the burger
really looks like when you unwrap it. Not sparkly charcoal grilly, crispy juicy
delicious like in the ads, but sort of gray and rubbery looking, with some
melted cheese on top. Do you know the ones that actually sort of DO look like
the ones in the ads when they serve them to you. In and Out baby. In and Out.
"Robert Derrington, a senior restaurant analyst at the Telsey Advisory
Group, told USA Today that McDonald’s added non-frozen meat in its Quarter
Pounders recently."Hmm, does this mean that they will eventually
allow me to order a Big Mac (or other hamburger) in the morning. I have been
burned before by McDonalds; going there before 2:00 p.m. and being told that
they only serve breakfast. That a hamburger would take too long to make because
they have to thaw out the meet (from frozen); and they don't do that until
after 2:00 p.m.Kind of turned me off to McDonalds; when they
won't serve their main product for half their opened hours. That would be
like going to Starbucks and being told you can't get a cup of coffee after
4:00 p.m. because they do't want to keep anyone awake at night.And, yet, ironically enough; can get breakfast all hours of the day at
McDonalds, just not hamburgers.
Not impressed with McD's fresh burger either. How can a
'fresh' McD burger taste so awful to what I can make at home with real
80/20 ground beef?"Where's the Beef?"
Mcdonalds used to have good fries...until they switched to whatever horrible
"healthy" fry oil they use now. It's beyond gross.