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Fans of Alexandra Klausner McRibs will soon be grilling out to commemorate the menu item's comeback.
Some McDonald's menus across the nation will soon feature the McRib sandwich.
Beginning on Saturday, Nov. 11, the well-liked menu item will be offered in Indiana and Southwest Michigan, according to WPTA. The sandwich will be available that day, among other places, in Kentucky and Ohio, the Louisville Courier Journal and the Columbus Dispatch reported.
You can track "sightings" of the beloved 520-calorie sandwich on the website mcriblocator.com. It first appeared in Kansas City in 1981 and will soon be sold through the McDonald's app.
It turns out that not everyone was prepared to say goodbye to the McRib, a representative told The Post last month, after McDonald's decided to bring back the beloved sandwich after giving the tasty treat a grand "farewell tour" in 2022.
The first time the item was returned since 2012 was in 2020.
Toasted homestyle buns are the base for the McRib, which consists of spiced boneless pork dipped in a tart barbecue sauce and topped with dill pickles and slivered onions. On the website of the fast food chain, there is a description that says, "When everything comes together, you have BBQ pork sandwich perfection."
While some fans are drooling over the latest news about the food, others are furious.
A contentious debate about the delectable topic resulted from food blogger @snackolator's announcement of the return on their Instagram page.
It's back, just like Cher! Writes one fan. "Grateful to the snack gods"
Someone else typed, "Happy it's not the last time we can all enjoy eating it too bad it's not a permanent part of the menu," in agreement.
Someone else made a joke, "There goes my diet.
Some, on the other hand, were not overly happy that the McRib was once again available.
A user bemoaned, "McSick is back."
Another Instagram user agreed, saying, "Yeah, you just nasty if you eating this.
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