NEW YORK – The McRib, the elusive sandwich that has inspired a cult-like following, is back. McDonald’s Corp. announced Monday that the boneless barbecue pork sandwich, usually available in only a few stores at a time, will be sold at all U.S. locations through Nov. 14.
Most of the time, it’s up to local franchises to determine when and if they want to sell the McRib , except in Germany, the only place where it’s available perennially. But McDonald’s said the response was so great last November when it made the McRib available nationally for about three weeks that it decided to bring it back this year. The company, which previously hadn’t sold the McRib nationally since 1994, declined to give specific sales numbers. LINK
Good Lord are you for real? I figure eating a McRib isn’t something you just fall into except maybe the first time. It’s late, you’re starving and maybe you had a few. Ok I can see that. But the second offense? This is obviously an Obama administration diversion…
I think it’s kind of like a quest- you leave the house in search of a faux meat sandwich. I have never had the “pleasure” of eating the mysterious and elusive McRib sammy, but after this story I’ll be questing. I’ll be posting follow-up reports on my adventure to try the McRib. And does anyone else find it funny that GERMANY is the only place you can get a McRib year round? Too funny.