The chain won't go that far to "cater to Kazakh national cuisine."
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That's how many "disappeared" during the U.K.'s horse-meat scandal.
"How many rats does it take to put together a sheep?"
But the state still can't sell horsemeat in the U.S.
"Farm-to-fork" meatballs sound like an improvement.
Spanghero had a little lamb, and a lot of mechanically separated mutton.
Broiled, fried, chopped, steamed, or raw: It's all here.
Fast-food tacos and burritos are now implicated.
Seabiscuit may eventually be inside your biscuits.
The news is bad and relentless, so Stravaigin is just going for it.
"Never, ever leave the United States."
The problem isn't horsemeat, it's the world's broken food-manufacturing.
The horsemeat epidemic is bad that we've run out of the puns that would normally go in this space.
The fast-food chain says it's going to make things right.
A big mistake gets put to good use.