After being tested in California, New York and Ohio markets for more than two years, it looks like the McDonald’s Angus Burger will be expelled nationwide from the sphincter of McDonald’s test kitchens. According to a report in the Chicago Tribune, the one-third pound burgers made from 100% Angus beef could be excreted this fall or possibly during the summer.
The three Angus burgers currently being served at test markets are:
Deluxe – a burger with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and pickles
Mushroom & Swiss – a burger with sauteed mushrooms and tangy swiss cheese
Bacon & Cheese – a burger with cheese, bacon, red onions and pickles.
Each Angus burger will cost around $4, making it one of their most expensive sandwiches. It’s unknown whether the burgers will be a permanent menu addition or a product available for a limited time, like the constantly-resuscitated McRib.
Damn, I wish the McRib would just die already.