If the National Cattlemen's Beef Association has its way, beef will not be just for dinner anymore.
Looking to emulate the success of Chicken McNuggets and fried mozzarella sticks, the group is hoping to inject some red meat into the American snack food diet with cheeseburger fries. The fries, which look like a squat version of standard French fries, are made of a meat-and-cheese compound that tastes — as the name suggests — like a cheeseburger.
Breaded, then deep-fried and served with ketchup or barbecue sauce, cheeseburger fries have found their way onto menus in several states including Nebraska, Minnesota and Texas since June. There is also a version being made available to public school cafeterias.
KROC From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 8, posted (10 years 2 months 3 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 1249 times:
Nice try slugger, to bad you missed. JS17? Who the F is that? Besides, kind of ironic you are talking about beef injections. Hmmmmm.
You whiffed on trying to tell me what I know and don't know about the American food (beef) industry, and now you try and drop a signed by post and strikeout there too. Care to go for the Jose Hernandez 3-fer?