Photo by Kris H.
The above was taken at McDonald’s. Pretty obvious, right? Red and yellow box. You can just about make out the golden arches on the tray liner. The french fries look just like what you would get here in the US, but not the sandwich. The country where this was taken has the lowest proportion of McDonald’s per inhabitant in the developed world. (They have 7 times fewer than the USA.)
This country is famous for its waffles. There are three main varieties: the most common are liege waffles (full of pockets of sugary goodness), another named after the capital city, and galettes, which are thinner, softer, and typically eaten for breakfast.
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