At Lifehacker, we consider every day of the year to be International Burger Day. But May 28 is the official day of celebration for burger connoisseurs. To make the occasion, we’ve assembled some of our tastiest burger posts for you to snack on. Whether you want to know how to make your own McDonald’s special sauce or revisit the colon-throttling horror of the “Colonel’s McWhopper”, you’ll find it all here.
Happy Burger Day, everybody! Below you’ll find some of our most popular burger posts divided into five categories: How To, Taste Test, Burger Factoids, Takeaway Truth and Burger Hacks. Click on the headlines to read the original articles. (Now I’m off to Grill’d to demonstrate my patty patriotism with a Crispy Bacon & Cheese. See you in about three hours.)
Some folks will tell you that “special sauce” is just mayonnaise and tomato sauce, but there’s a little more to it than that. The right mix of basic ingredients and a few surprising spices will make your homemade burgers more mouthwatering than ever.
The Big Mac remains the most iconic of McDonald’s products, but you can reproduce the experience in your own kitchen with an amazingly accurate replica of the “special sauce” that helps define the Big Mac. The secret ingredient? Vegemite.
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McDonald’s new “Create Your Taste” menu allows customers to build some pretty unique burgers — including an all-beef take on the KFC Double. Intrigued? Here’s how to order one (and what it tastes like.)
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