McDonald's Gets Fancy in France, and More

In today's Media Mix, Mission Chinese Food heads to New York, plus how Girl Scouts deal with counterfeit bills
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

Media Mix

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McDonald's Serving Mini Baguettes in France: Their classic, super thin, special-sauced burger gets upgraded in France with baguettes instead of buns, and real cheese instead of processed cheese. As usual, foreign McDonald's get all the fun. [Eater]

Celebrity Chefs Help Out NRA: Richard Blais, Spike Mendelsohn, and Fabio Viviani will host a fundraiser for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation's ProStart program. What a mouthful. [Restaurant News]

Girl Scouts Deal with Counterfeit Bills: Some soulless cookie lovers have tried to pass off counterfeit bills to the Girl Scouts, but apparently they have a handy pen that's ink changes to a certain color when the bill is fake. "We are teaching our girls to be effective sales people and to be prepared," a representative said. Smart cookies, those girls. [WSPA]

Mission Chinese Food Looks East: Super-hyped San Francisco restaurant Mission Chinese Food is looking into a New York City outpost for the spring. They'll be settling down on the Lower East Side, where their American-Chinese dishes will battle it out with Chinatown a couple blocks away. [The Daily Meal]

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