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France’s Mcdonald’s Introduces New Burger-Filled Baguettes to Lure Gallic Customers

29th February 2012

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Fast-food giant McDonald’s has taken ownership of France’s signature bread and decided to start dishing up burgers in baguettes.

McDo, as the French call it, is trying to appeal to more upscale diners by mixing their famous beef burgers with French-made Emmental cheese and mustard.

Starting in April, the 1,228 McDonald’s restaurants across France will feature the limited edition McBaguette.

I am not making this up.

 

One Response to “France’s Mcdonald’s Introduces New Burger-Filled Baguettes to Lure Gallic Customers”

  1. RealRick Says:

    French bread is pretty outstanding, so I think this might actually be a terrific idea.

    McD tried to spice up their menu back in the ’90′s by adding chicken fajitas. I stopped at a McD – I think it was in Kentucky – and one of the locals asked the girl behind the counter what that was. “Oh, the fah-gee-toes? They’re like little pieces of chicken inside a flat pancake.”