Let's go back to the sandwich. Its detractors refer to it as being made out of "mystery meat". My guess is that it's simply ground pork. The fact that it is then shaped into a mold resembling a rack of ribs seems a little overly ambitious to me, especially when it's then covered with barbecue sauce and hidden away in a bun.
Last week we snuck out of the Manor and indulged in a McRib sandwich not just once but on 2 occasions.
We discovered that lunch can't be ordered before 10:30, which is the decreed minute that breakfast is over. None of this "Breakfast served all day" for McDonald's.
Our orders were placed at 10:31 for we skipped breakfast those days and considered our McRib sandwiches as a sort of brunch.
When I told Tim what we had done, I halfway expected him to look down his nose at such lowbrow food, but his comment was, "I always eat 2 at a sitting".
So, you have 1 more week to see if you like this rare treat (rare as in "few and far between" rather than "under cooked", for it is pork, after all). You might like it; you might not, but the Humphreys are smitten with McRib sandwiches.