McDonald's announced on Thursday that its iconic barbecue sandwich, the McRib, will be returning to participating restaurants across the country in November. This news has generated a lot of excitement among McRib lovers, who have been eagerly awaiting the return of the sandwich to the McDonald's menu. The McRib made its national debut in 1982 and is now one of the most anticipated limited-time menu items offered worldwide. The McRib is a sandwich that includes boneless pork seasoned and soaped with an acidic and smoked barbecue gravy, wrapped in smoked and sour barbecue sauce, and topped with shredded onions and sour pickles.
It is shaped like miniature ribs, which is why it has become so popular. Some venues welcomed McRib early, and it was also spotted on a fan-made McRib Locator website. McDonald's alerted fans to the news on Twitter, and 14,000 McDonald's units are offering McRib for takeout, self-service and home delivery customers. The sandwich will be available for a limited time starting in November.
The main reason McDonald's will never make the McRib a permanent fixture is the thrill of having a limited-edition menu. McRib's marketing strategy brings together the appeal of exclusivity, scarcity and seasonality in one tasty package. Of course, if you don't feel like leaving home to get a McRib, you can always make one at home, thanks to Al Roker's strikingly similar imitation recipe. So if you're looking for a delicious barbecue sandwich that will tantalize your taste buds, look no further than the McRib! It's available nationwide starting in November, so don't miss out!.