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Old 03-21-2013, 08:15 PM   #1
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McDonald's "Taste Of America Range"

Here in Australia, they have just bought out a range of burgers called the "Taste of America"

Taste Of America

They have the:

New York Classic
Smoky Texan
California Chicken
and
Roadhouse Brekkie Roll

We will probably try one when we get back from our holiday, it will save having to cook after a long drive

Wonder if they really will taste like your burgers over there??
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:39 PM   #2
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Here in Australia, they have just bought out a range of burgers called the "Taste of America"

Taste Of America

They have the:

New York Classic
Smoky Texan
California Chicken
and
Roadhouse Brekkie Roll

We will probably try one when we get back from our holiday, it will save having to cook after a long drive

Wonder if they really will taste like your burgers over there??
All recipes come from the kitchens in I think in IN. (Correct me if I am wrong on the location.) It is where their headquarters are located. It is called Hamburger University. So if they are using beef, they should taste the same. They also develop regional recipes. As in the case of Australia, they would come up with recipes using kangaroo meat. I don't know if they still make them, but at one time they made moose hamburgers in Canada. Sometimes they are a hit and sometimes a miss. In India, you will never find a food with beef in it. In Israel, no pork.

What is a Brekkie Roll?
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:43 PM   #3
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Here in Australia, they have just bought out a range of burgers called the "Taste of America"

Taste Of America

They have the:

New York Classic
Smoky Texan
California Chicken
and
Roadhouse Brekkie Roll

We will probably try one when we get back from our holiday, it will save having to cook after a long drive

Wonder if they really will taste like your burgers over there??
If they don't offer a green chili cheeseburger they're falling a bit short of "a taste of America"

Just sayin' :)
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:34 PM   #4
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oh, c'mon, jharris. you can't put chiles in everything.

what the heck is a ny burger? my browser won't load the site.

is it rat meat and ground money? lol.

addie, forget about joeys. what about galah parm sandwiches, or witchetty fries.
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My browser won't open the link either :(
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:25 AM   #6
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Tom and Snip, even I am having trouble getting to the site today...think they are down for some reason!

Ads, they have only just recently done a lamb burger here at Macca's...as far as I know they have never done a kangaroo one, the lamb one was nice though

A brekkie roll is just like a bacon and egg sandwich but in a roll instead
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OK...who was it that broke McDonalds
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is it rat meat and ground money? lol.
nah thats the new Tesco Burger.The ground money is really horse, its a swizz really.
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Here's an ad for it. I'm not sure what would define the one burger as a "New York Classic". Looks like a plain old cheese burger to me. Maybe it only comes with a small drink.

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Here's an ad for it. I'm not sure what would define the one burger as a "New York Classic". Looks like a plain old cheese burger to me. Maybe it only comes with a small drink.

I imagine New York is one of the best known U.S. cities in Oz, so it's used to represent the most common kind of burger.
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