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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 4/2/2017 7:42:59 AM   
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Sorry Guys, but we beat you in Australia..

News clip.
Good news McFeast fans! McDonald's has finally resurrected its dearly-departed McFeast burger — complete with that famously odd sauce. You can get the McFeast from McDonald's now for $5.85. (That's today's lunch sorted!)
Apart from a brief resurgence in 2011 to celebrate its 40th birthday, the McFeast hasn't been available in Australia since the 1990s, which is a pretty long time between burgers. Like before, the McFeast comes with a beef patty, cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce, pickles and three sauces (mustard, ketchup and "McFeast Deluxe" sauce) in a sesame seed bun.


Read more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2014/07/the-mcdonalds-mcfeast-back-from-the-dead/#WWUHCmc1irdUDauY.99

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 4/13/2017 11:04:37 AM   
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This little guy really appreciates Mac Donald.

https://www.yahoo.com/celebrity/8-old-ohio-boy-drives-232419807.html

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 5/6/2017 9:02:57 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Ice

Sorry Guys, but we beat you in Australia..

News clip.
Good news McFeast fans! McDonald's has finally resurrected its dearly-departed McFeast burger — complete with that famously odd sauce. You can get the McFeast from McDonald's now for $5.85. (That's today's lunch sorted!)
Apart from a brief resurgence in 2011 to celebrate its 40th birthday, the McFeast hasn't been available in Australia since the 1990s, which is a pretty long time between burgers. Like before, the McFeast comes with a beef patty, cheese, tomato, onion, lettuce, pickles and three sauces (mustard, ketchup and "McFeast Deluxe" sauce) in a sesame seed bun.


Read more at https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2014/07/the-mcdonalds-mcfeast-back-from-the-dead/#WWUHCmc1irdUDauY.99

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/20/2021 6:21:17 PM   
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It's how America wins it's wars..send in McDonalds and KFC..



Fine.

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/20/2021 7:26:42 PM   
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i've just banned your account elsewhere,

welcome to my watchlist

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/21/2021 2:12:23 AM   
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zakblood got him.

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/23/2021 3:56:40 PM   
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zakblood got him.

Yet he still remains.

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/23/2021 4:15:43 PM   
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Funny how things change as we grow.
Mom and Dad took us to McDonald's when I was little (Late 50's early 60's)- what a treat for the kid. Now-days, nope don't do them any more. And my palate is pretty unsophisticated but there are so many much better hamburger joints out there!

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/23/2021 6:49:16 PM   
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I am an simple guy. Buying at that chain is to complicated for me nowdays. And it isn't better, nor cheaper. Not even faster. So I suspect it will be a very long time before my next stop there.

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/23/2021 10:46:29 PM   
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McDonald's came to Istanbul around late 80's or early 90's as far as I can remember. But hamburger still not very popular because of köfte culture(meatballs) and döner. Same can be said for Italian risotto, already rice receipe(pilav- from Persia and Anatolia) and pizza (lahmacun) culture.

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/23/2021 11:16:28 PM   
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In the mid 70s McDonalds and Burger King came to my town in northern California. It was all the rage with my school mates (grade school) as their parents were taking them there.

My parents, oh it was on the "far side" of town (a couple miles) so we never went there.

It took a cross country car trip before I had my first McDonalds burger. Some off ramp that didn't have anything else. I can remember to get a tomato slice or cheese on it you had to pay 5 or 10 cents more!


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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/24/2021 3:30:20 PM   
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I think the last time I had MacDonalds was a beer and an ice cream on the beach front... back in the old days when we could travel!

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RE: McDonalds round the world. - 6/24/2021 9:32:28 PM   
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The last time I ate at McDonald's the hamburger tasted like soy. That was over twenty years ago.

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