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May 6, 2012

Around the World: The Biggest McMenu, Part Three

Part Three of the Biggest McMenu, highlighting various "Mc-" items from McDonald's restaurants all over the world, first takes a look at the McHotdog Classic.

Hailing from Japan, it's a hot dog available at McDonald's with ketchup and mustard relish... for breakfast!

In Brazil, what we call the McChicken is called the Chicken McJunior because their McChicken is the McChicken of old with a bigger chicken patty and served on a sesame seed bun.

If you're in Slovakia, you can grab a McDonut with vanilla or chocolate frosting.


In Indonesia? How about a McFloat?


You can get a shake anywhere but you'll have to travel to India to get a McShake!

In Croatia, you can get a McCroissant...

To go with your McEspresso... why not McPresso?!

Tune in next week for Part Four!


The Biggest McMenu, Part One
The Biggest McMenu, Part Two
The Biggest McMenu, Part Three
The Biggest McMenu, Part Four
The Biggest McMenu, Part Five
The Biggest McMenu, Part Six
The Biggest McMenu, Part Seven
The Biggest McMenu, Part Eight
The Biggest McMenu, Part Nine


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3 comments :

  1. I often wonder why more big chains don't sell hot dogs... they're so cheap and popular enough to be profitable.

    I don't think I'd really want one for breakfast, but it's interesting nonetheless.

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  2. Yeah, I'm a bit puzzled by that as well. I think Sonic and Wienerschnitzel are pretty much the prime destinations for a cheap fast food hot dog.

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  3. I've read that Ray Kroc of McDonald's believed hot dogs were unsanitary and refused to allow them to be sold.  Apparently its in his autobiography.

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