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Big Mac - Advertising - Two All-beef Patties Slogan
... The Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions – all on a sesame seed bun concept for the jingle was created by Charles ... dog joke that had as its punchline "two obese Patties, Special Ross, Lester Cheese, picking bunions on a Sesame Street bus" ... This was released in May, along with the promotional Mega Mac, which has four beef patties rather than the standard two ...
Whataburger - Special Products
... and Hearty Burger which featured "two beef patties topped with bacon, cheese, grilled onions and A.1 ... which featured "two fresh, never frozen American beef patties, two slices of Monterey Jack cheese, grilled onions, and Whataburger's famous Creamy Pepper Sauce ... percent fresh, never-frozen, American beef patties grilled to perfection, topped with grilled onions, melted shredded cheddar cheese, two slices of crispy bacon and creamy steak sauce on a fresh, toasted five-inc ...
A&W (Canada) - Products
... sold today along with other burgers named after other family members Baby Burger small beef patty, ketchup, hamburger bun Mama Burger regular beef patty, onion slice, pickles, ketchup, mustard, Teen sauce ... sirloin beef patty, ketchup, mustard, pickles, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, onion slice, sesame seed bun Grandma Burger prime rib beef patty, mayonnaise-based sauce, grilled onions, hamburger bun ...
List Of Mc Donald's Products - Burgers
... All beef patties are seasoned, consisting primarily of salt and black pepper ... uncooked weight) ground beef patties, special Big Mac sauce (similar to Thousand Island dressing), shredded iceberg lettuce, cheese, two gherkin slices, and re-hydrated onions on a toasted ... a seasoned quarter-pound (4 oz, 113.4 g) beef patty with ketchup, mayonnaise, slivered onions, two dill pickle slices, leaf lettuce, and one tomato slice on a sesame seed bun ...

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