Fast food chain McDonald’s has introduced a new offering in their China outlets: the black and white burgers. Reportedly "they're a play on a Chinese phrase 'heibai liangdao tongchi,' which describes people who are so well-connected with both the government (that's the white side) and organized crime ('black society', as it's called in Chinese) that they can 'eat from both sides'." So basically this is for corrupt politicians (though that isn't exactly how they're promoting it.)
What's inside? The black burger packs a beef patty with chopped onions, black pepper sauce and a "black" bun topped with white sesame seeds. The white burger contains a chicken patty with sweet and spicy sauce and a white bun with black sesame seeds.
That's right, this has nothing to do with the Black & White Cookie—but maybe that can change with a little help from gluttonous America! Let's leave the forces of good and evil out of it, and just focus on flavors. Flavors that should probably never be introduced to each other. But since people seem to enjoy those Krispy Kreme doughnut burger (a.k.a. The Luther Burger), maybe a Black & White Cookie burger could also work. We know Jerry would approve:
In fact, why hasn't this already been done? We're on our way to Leske's, and then a laboratory...