McDonald's McRib sandwich is a fan favorite that appears randomly on menus. The company took to Twitter to announce that it is time for the McRib to return and is scheduled for November 1.On this date, the cult favorite McDonald's McRib sandwich will be available in participating locations across the country. The McRib is a boneless pork barbecue set, made of pork shoulders and topped with barbecue sauce, pickle slices and onions, made into a sandwich. The McRib was not as popular in the United States when it was first introduced, but it has since become a phenomenon that people want to be a part of.
People talk about McRib and Blueberry & Crème Pie, which makes them phenomena that people want to be a part of. Like McRib, Blueberry & Crème Pie will appear only in select McDonald's locations for a limited time. McDonald's unpredictability with its availability has made the McRib a cult favorite that fans follow across the country. There's literally a McRib Tracker website that allows fans to track where the popular prize has gone on a menu, and its reappearance gives the network free publicity both nationally and locally.
Years before it became an annual promotional item, the McRib was not as popular in the United States, and its addition to its menu surprisingly became a major failure, after a fairly successful test of marketing the item, the previous year. TheMcrib, a fast-food package created by fast-food chain McDonald's, despite not being as successful as its other food creations, manages to sell every time the time comes (usually in the fall, in most countries). For now, just make sure to do as many McDonald's races after November 1 as possible to satisfy your McRib craving before it goes off the menus again. The McRib has been on menus on and off for about 40 years and features a seasoned boneless pork burger wrapped in BBQ sauce, then served with shredded onions and dill pickles on a homemade bun.