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McDonald Selling Honey Butter French Fries in South Korea

by Shane McGlaun
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I think most of us will agree that one of the best foods in the world is a big, hot, salty order of McDonald’s french fries. Those fries are about the only thing that McDonald’s serves that taste good. I am a fry purist. No ketchup for me, only salt and crispy, artery clogging, fried potato goodness.

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Occasionally I will dip them in some bar-b-q sauce, but that’s as jiggy as I get with my fries. In South Korea, McDonald’s is doing something really weird. They are offering honey butter french fries. Apparently, South Koreans are insane for honey butter. In fact, some sort of honey butter potat chip was introduced last year with that flavor and people actually stood in long lines to buy them.

Mickey D’s will serve the honey butter fries from February 27 to March 8, 2015, and you’ll have to travel to South Korea if you want to taste them.

[Naver via Kotaku]

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