We've got the meats, but we're not talking ham, pastrami, veal or bacon. We're talking big game, baby. Team member Tommy Allen sent me an article from the Bay Area News Group and here is in part what it said. Arby's has dreamed up a big game burger that has nothing to do with a big football game. The star of this burger is game as in wild game. For a limited time only the restaurant group is offering a huge burger made with ground venison, elk and beef. It's not the first time Arby's has gone where no other fast food chain ventures. In 2017, Arby's sold a venison steak sandwich for one day only at all US locations, and the special sold out quickly. The chain is also sold game in what it calls hunting centric states like Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. We are dedicated to crafting unique culinary experiences for our guests, said Ellen Rose, chief marketing officer for Arby's, in announcing the Big Game burger. This year's menu surprise is made with a 34% venison, 33% elk and 33% ground beef blend and topped with Swiss cheese, crisp onion rings, sweet garlic and dill pickles and a dark cherry steak sauce. I guess they do have the meat.