McDonald's Serving Steak For Breakfast

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 10, 2013
There's been a lot of McDonald's news lately. First, it was those Mighty Wings (which debuted officially yesterday). Then the announcement that the “Extra Value Menu” was being phased out. Now, McDonald's has started serving steak for breakfast. ]...
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