We regularly examine the realities of takeaway food (because hey, we’re all going there sometimes) via our Takeaway Truth and Taste Test columns. These are the 10 most popular takeaway posts from Lifehacker in 2013.
Takeaway Truth is an occasional Lifehacker feature where we compare marketing images against what you actually get served. Today: KFC’s Zinger Pie.
We taste-test KFC’s latest fast food creation: the self-explanatory (and surprisingly delicious) Zinger Pie.
Burger King patrons in the US can now enjoy their Whopper hands-free with an official nose bag contraption that allows them to gorge on their burger like a horse. We weep for humanity’s future.
Over the next month, McDonald’s Australia is offering free breakfast items each Monday morning. That’s tempting for fast food junkies, but there are a fair few strings attached.
Australia’s high minimum wage is once again the topic of much discussion online over how it relates to McDonald’s. While Australia does have a high minimum wage, and that means we’d have to work fewer minutes to purchase a Big Mac than most other economies, it’s not quite as simple as stating a single figure that applies to everyone. It’s entirely possible to earn less than the minimum wage in Australia without any laws being broken.
Takeaway Truth is an occasional Lifehacker feature where we compare marketing images against what you actually get served. Today: McDonald’s Chicken Burger Range.
A much-discussed article doing the rounds this week examines how much a McDonald’s worker can make in a full-time job in the US and whether that would constitute a viable living wage. Does the same logic apply in Australia?
4700kj. That’s the total kilojoule count of Hungry Jack’s two-for-one Bacon Deluxe ‘Twosdays’ offer, which is available on each Tuesday throughout the month — beware the Ides of March.
Pizza Hut has announced it will no longer charge a delivery fee for online orders, which can save customers up to $8. The company is boasting that it’s the first of the “Big Three” pizza chains to offer no-cost delivery. However, there’s a slightly sneaky disclaimer that customers need to be aware of.
Takeaway Truth is a new occasional Lifehacker feature where we compare marketing images against what you actually get served. Today: McDonald’s Taste Of America Burgers.