Summer has arrived, which means only one thing – the barbecue season is right around the corner.
I do not know about you, but I want a good barbecue, to be in the first place for such a famous occasion, humble burger.
I topped up with cheese, onions, burger sauce and my favorite, Kerkins, and sighed as the delicious scene unfolded.
Now I know it’s very controversial, putting a kerkin in the burger, but it’s the best for me.
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What I like most about a good foot pounder is the size of the tops that one can move on top of it, before placing the wedge between two seed buns.
For the purposes of this review, we will select supermarket branded foot pounds from Sainsbury’s, Aldi & Tesco and compare them all with fast food company McDonald’s.
Store brand burgers will be placed on top of a cheesecake, conveniently placed on some delicious burger sauce and a burger sandwich.
So let’s get down to it.
Product: Tesco Outstanding Classic One British Beef Quarter Pounders (Pack of 4)
Price: £ 3
The Tesco version of a good quarterback was very interesting.
From the first bite I tasted a strong beef flavor that made me more hungry.
A good sturdy structure, not too soft or hard.
Product: Quarter Pounder Beef Burgers by Sainsbury
I found a bite of Sainsbury’s burger and it tasted like good quality meat.
I could definitely see adding this to my BBQ.
Product: Aberdeen Angus Beef Quarter Pounds
Price: 99 2.99
Again I came up against another delicious burger.
Although Aldi seems to be very soft on the system.
It does not have as strong flavors as the previous two.
Product: Quarter bouncer with cheese
The unhealthy all-in-one McDonald’s classic cheeseburger was so delicious.
But there is no quality meat in it.
After further study, which race is closest to the finish line.
Tesco tops the list as the winner of this challenge, the most ordered burger by McDonald’s.
First, all the store brands put forward a good fight and at first it was very difficult to choose between our winner and Sainsbury.
But one thing is for sure, McDonald’s may be addictive, not their version of the thin leg pounder.
Not to mention that store branded meats are of higher quality than the fast food brand.
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