Canada, say hello to McDonald’s poutine (and check out 17 other McOddities from around the world)
McDonald’s Canada sparked a rapturous online love–fest on Tuesday when it announced that its poutine, previously only available in Quebec and parts of New Brunswick, was making a cross-country debut. Like the McLobster and the McRib, McPoutine is one of those odd regional specialties that seems run-of-the-mill to North Americans, but likely very bizarre to the rest of the world. As bizarre, perhaps, as we find India’s Chicken Maharaja Mac, or Singapore’s Durian Crunch McFlurry. Here, in the spirit of international junk food awareness, a photo tour of 17 obscure McDonald’s items you’ve probably never heard of.