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(Foodbeast)   Unfortunately, this is what a frozen McRib looks like   (foodbeast.com) divider line 173
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2013-11-12 05:27:38 PM
The ribwich is back.

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2013-11-12 05:30:31 PM
It looks a lot like a frozen McRib.
 
2013-11-12 05:31:27 PM

Relatively Obscure: It looks a lot like a frozen McRib.


This.  Has an almost... frozen appearance to it.
 
2013-11-12 05:32:33 PM
I will say it again;

What the flying fark did you expect it to look like? The breaded wings of long extinct pygmy flying pigs? It's a farkin' McRib, for farks sake. Yes, it's a processed patty of pork and pork by-products.

/in other, shocking news, the hamburgers are made of meat!
//and it's frozen!
///INTO A PATTY, EVEN!
 
2013-11-12 05:35:01 PM
Delicious frozen treat.
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pink slime
 
2013-11-12 05:37:17 PM
Doesn't bother me a bit

/but then, I'd never eat one again, either
//once was more than enough
///didn't know I could spit that far
 
2013-11-12 05:38:46 PM
That actually looks better than I thought.
 
2013-11-12 05:38:57 PM
I expected it to oink and give me a kiss with its little piggy snout and its curly pink piggy tail!

That just looks like a pre formed frozen square.
 
2013-11-12 05:39:56 PM
But... That's not made of rainbows and happiness...!
 
2013-11-12 05:52:03 PM

Shostie: But... That's not made of rainbows and happiness...!


Nope, cholesterol and happiness!
 
2013-11-12 06:12:43 PM
It looks just like every other uncooked piece of meat sold by fast food.
I hope no ones surprised by this.
 
2013-11-12 06:13:06 PM
I had one the other day. I like them.
 
2013-11-12 06:14:30 PM
Damn, and I thought all the cuisine at my neighborhood McDonald's was locally sourced.
 
2013-11-12 06:15:09 PM
A frozen burger looks exactly like that except for the shape

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2013-11-12 06:15:27 PM
I worked at a McDonald's 20+ years ago (getting a kick, etc.)

The techniques we used at the time made me lose my appetite for the McRib forever.  We'd cook the patties and toss them in a heated well filled with BBQ sauce, and we'd have to stir the sauce every half-hour or so, because the grease from the meat kept floating up.
 
2013-11-12 06:16:26 PM
McChitlin is back!
 
2013-11-12 06:16:32 PM

nekom: Relatively Obscure: It looks a lot like a frozen McRib.

This.  Has an almost... frozen appearance to it.


Exactly... I'm not really sure what people were expecting.
 
2013-11-12 06:17:38 PM
Take something made from pure love and organicness, cooked with love in your own kitchen, and then freeze it. It will look like crap.
 
2013-11-12 06:18:07 PM
Sports events are more exciting if you imagine the fans are cheering about the McRib or bummed the McRib is going away.
 
2013-11-12 06:18:34 PM
I suppose subbywas expecting top-grade baby-back rib slabs, to be cooked sous vide,deboned and served atop a brioche bun with artisinal pickles, Vidalia onions and a whiskey-infused barbecue glaze.
 
2013-11-12 06:19:13 PM
It looks more than frozen. Looks like something dipped in liquid hydrogen.
 
2013-11-12 06:19:16 PM
I thought every McDonald's just had a herd of cattle and a Jaws of Life out back. McRib extraction seems so tame now.
 
2013-11-12 06:19:43 PM

buckeyebrain: I worked at a McDonald's 20+ years ago (getting a kick, etc.)

The techniques we used at the time made me lose my appetite for the McRib forever.  We'd cook the patties and toss them in a heated well filled with BBQ sauce, and we'd have to stir the sauce every half-hour or so, because the grease from the meat kept floating up.


The same thing happens at home when I try to cook cheap country ribs.  I'll put them in the oven at 300 smothered in BBQ sauce after a few hours the grease tends to separate from the sauce.  Pork is really fatty.
 
2013-11-12 06:20:11 PM
It looks exactly like a McRib patty, only frozen.

Seriously, why is this even here? Have some people never seen frozen meat before?
 
2013-11-12 06:20:37 PM
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2013-11-12 06:22:12 PM
I used to eat the hell out of those McRibs, although it does taste great I am rather old to be eating them anymore.

/did enjoy them while it lasted :P
 
2013-11-12 06:22:34 PM

Pointy Tail of Satan: It looks more than frozen. Looks like something dipped in liquid hydrogen.


That would be something to see.  I played with liquid nitrogen (common) and even seen liquid oxygen being used but never liquid hydrogen
 
2013-11-12 06:23:37 PM
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2013-11-12 06:23:42 PM
Frozen uncooked food looks different than it does when cooked. Who knew?
 
2013-11-12 06:23:53 PM
Although, we aren't terribly surprised. If you were expecting the McRib to come delivered fresh off the farm, it's time to lower you expectations blow your brains out you farking retard.

FTFM
 
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2013-11-12 06:24:03 PM

Relatively Obscure: It looks a lot like a frozen McRib.

 
IP
2013-11-12 06:25:35 PM

buckeyebrain: I worked at a McDonald's 20+ years ago (getting a kick, etc.)

The techniques we used at the time made me lose my appetite for the McRib forever.  We'd cook the patties and toss them in a heated well filled with BBQ sauce, and we'd have to stir the sauce every half-hour or so, because the grease from the meat kept floating up.


That sounds divine.  Fat is flavor baby...


/I sound fat
//I'm not
///As far as you know...
 
2013-11-12 06:26:20 PM

buckeyebrain: I worked at a McDonald's 20+ years ago (getting a kick, etc.)

The techniques we used at the time made me lose my appetite for the McRib forever.  We'd cook the patties and toss them in a heated well filled with BBQ sauce, and we'd have to stir the sauce every half-hour or so, because the grease from the meat kept floating up.


Did you also work at the Mcdonalds at Penn State on College Ave? I made them on the grill and dumped them in the sauce. I have never tasted one. The deep fried apple pies are a different story.
 
2013-11-12 06:26:35 PM

Donnchadha: nekom: Relatively Obscure: It looks a lot like a frozen McRib.

This.  Has an almost... frozen appearance to it.

Exactly... I'm not really sure what people were expecting.


THis.   The mc rib has never been nor will it ever be Gourmet food.
 
2013-11-12 06:26:57 PM

Heamer: I thought every McDonald's just had a herd of cattle and a Jaws of Life out back. McRib extraction seems so tame now.


Not cattle. Think smaller, and more legs.
 
2013-11-12 06:27:07 PM

Treygreen13: Sports events are more exciting if you imagine the fans are cheering about the McRib or bummed the McRib is going away.


Ah. A Cubs fan. Well then, yes.
 
2013-11-12 06:27:37 PM
Looks like a bathroom tile...or a sneaker tread.

Tastes about the same as either of those...
 
2013-11-12 06:28:41 PM
I saw this on Facebook earlier, I don't get what's unfortunate about this?
 
2013-11-12 06:28:53 PM
I don't understand why people have a problem with a pork patty but have no issues with a hamburger patty.
 
2013-11-12 06:29:12 PM
I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?
 
2013-11-12 06:29:24 PM
Tony Roma sold some frozen mcrib like sandwiches they stunk pretty bad but at least it was made of full pieces of one pig instead of 100
 
2013-11-12 06:30:11 PM
FTFA

Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh

Such an edgy pioneer princess!  This is news?  It is common knowledge that the McRib comes out when pork prices come down.  It is composed of the leftover meat processed to be edible.  I actually have no problem with not leaving any flesh of the killed beast unused (though I have not eaten in McDonald's in ages - more for what they offer than the quality of the ingredients they use), but then again, that is me.  She has (to take Stephen King's term) a shiat-eating grin and I would guess thinks she is something special.  All bow down to the oh-so-wise sage of the new age.

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Get back in the kitchen and make me a processed-meat sandwich, biatch!

/definitely bangable though
 
2013-11-12 06:30:32 PM

satanorsanta: I played with liquid nitrogen (common) and even seen liquid oxygen being used but never liquid hydrogen


You can combine it with liquid oxygen to make ice.
 
2013-11-12 06:31:28 PM

Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?


It's the same meat, just compressed into that shape. I've only ever had one and it was just alright.
 
2013-11-12 06:31:28 PM

Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?


It's just pre-shaped pork bits. A boneless patty with purely aesthetic rib-bumps.
 
2013-11-12 06:33:14 PM

Treygreen13: Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?

It's the same meat, just compressed into that shape. I've only ever had one and it was just alright.


BKITU: Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?

It's just pre-shaped pork bits. A boneless patty with purely aesthetic rib-bumps.


Simulpost high-five!
 
2013-11-12 06:34:19 PM

BKITU: Treygreen13: Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?

It's the same meat, just compressed into that shape. I've only ever had one and it was just alright.

BKITU: Bathysphere: I've never seen a McRib up close, what do they use for the 'bone' parts? Do you eat straight through them?

It's just pre-shaped pork bits. A boneless patty with purely aesthetic rib-bumps.

Simulpost high-five!


Place hand on screen. High five commencing.

IIRC they have some sort of process with additional salt that allows the rib grooves to be formed. It's been a while though.
 
2013-11-12 06:34:31 PM

This text is now purple: satanorsanta: I played with liquid nitrogen (common) and even seen liquid oxygen being used but never liquid hydrogen

You can combine it with liquid oxygen to make ice.


Wouldn't it make liquid ice?
 
2013-11-12 06:35:41 PM
Thanks for the info. I have friends and family that excited over the McRib. That's naaaaaaasty.
 
2013-11-12 06:36:00 PM

buckeyebrain: I worked at a McDonald's 20+ years ago (getting a kick, etc.)

The techniques we used at the time made me lose my appetite for the McRib forever.  We'd cook the patties and toss them in a heated well filled with BBQ sauce, and we'd have to stir the sauce every half-hour or so, because the grease from the meat kept floating up.


And I bet you hate bacon because of the grease that seeks off of it, too, don't you?
 
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