Thursday, September 5, 2013
The Tsukimi Burger (月見バーガー) or moon viewing burger is so called because the egg in the burger resembles the autumn full moon. The egg yolk represents the bright autumn full moon and the egg white the white sky. The Tsukimi Burger first made its appearance on the McDonald’s Japan menu in 1991 and has been a popular tradition every year. The burger contains a poached egg, beef patty, smokey bacon and a special sauce (ketchup mixed with Japanese mayonnaise).
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