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Amidst all the drama in the news regarding the horse meat found in IKEA's famous meatballs, a portion of the proposed "Horse Meat Value Meal Menu" was leaked.
Published March 04, 2013 More Info »
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1. Good Ol' Fashioned Seabiscuit & Biscuits $4.99

     seabiscuit1.jpgTobey Maguire giving Seabiscuit a taste of his new recipe                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  A  A small horse with a huge heart, Seabiscuit was a symbol of hope to thousands of Americans during the great depression.  You're shopping at IKEA.  Our furniture is cheap, plastic, and you have to assemble it yourself in the depressing studio apartment you rent in Chatsworth.  How well can you REALLY be doing?  Let Seabiscuit's Biscuits turn your sad little Saturday into a mediocre one. BONUS: If shopping at our Burbank location, Tobey Maguire will be in the kitchen rolling the patties by hand.    

Mister Ed's Meat Balls $7.99

"A h orse is a horse, of course of course, and no one can talk to a horse of course, that is of course, unless the horse, is the famous Mister Ed!" These are the lyrics to one of the most iconic television shows of all time, about a talking horse.  Now, for a limited time only, you can eat a little piece of Mister Ed yourself!  This time, he won't be talking back! (because you just ate him)

 

Hi-yo Silver Tacos $89.99

These tacos aren't made out of the horse in the new, over-stylized, over-cgi'd, Disney version of The Lone Ranger.  These tacos are made out of the ORIGINAL Silver!  Aged to perfection over the last 53 years in a Swedish cryogenic freezing unit, enjoy the Lone Ranger's trusty companion with a spicy pico de gallo sauce, wrapped in a corn tortilla. 

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