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NTTAWWT. In fairness to Burger King, the supplier apparently went a little rogue on its labeling.
Fast food company said test results at production plant revealed 'very small trace levels' of horse DNA in its products
Thank you, Denicos.
What a night mare
Don't post poop!
Have it your way, even add horse radish
This post was edited by YouDoubleJack 18 months ago
All those opposed to having horse meat available here in the US say "Neigh!"
That meat is a horse of a different color
One of the best meals of my life was Amarone-braised horsemeat over polenta. Giddyup.
Anyway, the mane thing is that I would hate to be in their shoes. McDonalds is probably full of unbridled joy though.
Hate to be saddled with this mess. Time to trot out the lawyers.
BK will probably have to pony up some major dough for this mistake
Always trying to stirrup trouble aren't you?
The butcher was a real donkey
Kearney appears like he could really have used more of Izzo's influence.
Just trying to keep the profit margins stable for its Irish stores
"Those fans are in for a world of hurt...they've never gone up against a premium message board fan base like ours."-Vim
Fail. Wrong smilies.
This is a about eating a dead horse, not beating a dead horse.
Roasted jalapenos, onion and a few secret ingredients make these burgers spicy and irresistible. The manly man burger (not for wimps), great for NFL tailgating.
Venison is pretty much horse meat, I'd eat it.
I had horse and venison side by side in Japan. Horse is better. But it's got nuttin on mutton.
This post was edited by Mutton 17 months ago
BK to start selling mint juleps.
You have to beat it before you eat it.
"[Supermarket} Aldi said it felt 'angry and let down' by its French supplier Comigel after tests on Today's Special frozen beef lasagne and Today's Special frozen spaghetti bolognese found they contained between 30% and 100% horsemeat....
"The company added that it would test the meals for the veterinary drug phenylbutazone, often referred to as bute, but said it was confident the meals were safe....
"But the [UK Food Standards Agency] advised consumers who had bought affected beef lines from ['beef' lasagna manufacturer] Findus not to eat them. They had not been tested for the presence of phenylbutazone, which is banned in the human food chain. It can cause a serious blood disorder in rare cases."
Supermarket says it is angry with supplier Comigel after tests reveal 30% and 100% horsemeat in withdrawn ready meals
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Had a horse meat burger in Paris a few years back. Pretty good.
Should I be careful about ordering a Phillie Cheese Steak?
The RCMB...is one of the most awful, alarming, inappropriate, disgusting, and offensive msg boards in the history of the internet.
Schools are going crazy about the discovery of horsemeat in "beef" lunches.
And wouldn't you know, All Ages, that French "equine butchers" are seeing a remarkable increase in business. And one of their customers is pretty sniffy about all the Johnny-Come-Latelies:
Francis Philippe, a couturier and fashion stylist, who was buying a large cut of cured horse sausage, said: "The lasagne scandal is ridiculous. It's consumers' own fault if they insist on buying prepared meals they know so little about. Going to the market only takes an hour, fresh horsemeat from a specialist costs little, plus you get to chat to the butcher."
School kitchen in North Lanarkshire finds burger testing positive for horse DNA as Birds Eye withdraws some products
French response to lasagne-gate is to join the queues outside artisan butchers who specialise in the once working-class staple
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