Posts Tagged ‘McDonald’s’

McCamembert Burger? Introducing Burgers with French Cheeses

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to the Huffington Post, McDonald’s in France are planning to introduce burgers with gourmet French cheeses. Now now cheese lovers. Before you go flying off to France to devour these “gourmet” burgers, know that the French are already unhappy with the idea of it; especially the Camembert producers from the famous cheese’s traditional home of Normandy “complaining that they feel used”.

Based on Australian reports, the Camembert cheese that will be used in these burgers is not even from the Normandy region and therefore will not taste like the original version. What are your thoughts on this? Would you prefer your burger with Ile de France Camembert made authentically from Normandy or some second-rate, cheaper version of it?

Cheese Around the Web

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

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Join us each week for a look at the latest cheese news from across the web!

This week: “Food News: McDonald’s Testing Soup?”, “The 5 Best Mac ‘n’ Cheese spots In NYC”, “We made a little more cheese in October”.

- The 5 Best Mac ‘n’ Cheese spots In NYC by Kelly Dobkin via newyork.cbslocal.comMac ‘n’ Cheese, the ultimate comfort food, is becoming increasingly popular in New York City. Check out the best Mac ‘n’ Cheese restaurants. (Check out our mac and cheese recipes!)

- Food News: McDonald’s Testing Soup? by Adam via grubgrade.comMcDonald’s offers seasonal menu with Broccoli Cheese Soup! Really?? (Try our soup recipes for something a little more flavorful!)

–  U.S. made a little more cheese in October by Bob Meyer via brownfieldagnews.com – cheese production in the U.S. in October totaled  896 million pounds up 1.7 percent from a year ago.