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Thomas Keller vs. Ronald McDonald

The Economist pens a column on the myriad similarities of America's two most internationally-renowned restaurants: The French Laundry and McDonald's. Both establishments offer parting gifts (Happy Meal toys or wooden laundry pins ), offer set menus, serve impressive pommes frites, use a variety of salts, and encourage "cheerful, unpretentious service." [More Intelligent Life via Eater SF]

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