If you have ever eaten a McDonald's McRib you probably have wondered about the same just like the rest of us: How the hell they make these weird ribs that are not ribs and taste so delicious? What kind of sorcery is this? Wonder no more. This is how they do it, from raw materials to finished sandwich—in 10 steps.
DJDanaK has a friend who works at McDonalds and took this photo of some raw frozen McRibs. They look gross, like frozen pink snowmobile tracks. But I don't care. They're delicious.
3D printing has come a long way from just Jay Leno making car parts in his insane garage to something real people can use to make neat things. So I had Sculpteo, a 3D printing service, make me a McRib.
Like cicadas or Fleetwood Mac reunion tours, the McRib only comes around once or twice in a generation. Starting today, and for the next six weeks, every McDonald's location in the US will carry the mythical manwich. Hallelujah.
McRibs are back. They were back last year, but they're back again. Problem is, I have no idea where to get one in the Bay Area. Help me.
Similar in design to the LG Chocolate Phone, the M-20 is thin like an iPod Nano and has features Apple wouldn't think of putting in their player. Among them, FM radio, voice & line in recording, and WMA & OGG support.