Among the expat delicacies is English-style pork stew as served by Pizza Hut in China, the Herb Dog from the Subway sub shops of Japan, and KFC's Shrimp Zinger Burger, which you'll have to travel to South Korea to sample. Not too weird, but definitely a little bit different than the burger-and-fries routine.
I've often wondered what McDonald's does in India, where cows are sacred, and now I know. They use chicken to create the Maharaja-Mac (pictured), an exact copy of the Yankee version with one holy difference. I could live with that.
[Photo: LA Weekly]
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