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As much as we love great design, delicious whiskey, gorgeous watches and fast cars, there’s just something about food that skyrockets it to the top of the list of favorites. When it comes to food, for us, it comes down to burgers, steak, and more burgers. You could try options from the Burger Bucket List. You could prepare your own with 6 Award-Winning Burger Recipes. You could even grill up some delicious store bough burgers. But when convenience is an issue and you have a craving you’re going to do what everyone else does–you’re going to hit the drive-thru. Which brings us to McDonald’s and the Big Mac, America’s Sweetheart of the fast burger scene. The existing version with three buns, two patties, special sauce and all the fixins is damn near perfect, but Mickey Ds has a Little Mac and Double Big Mac coming soon with more, or less, patties depending on what you want. In regards to price points and nutrition information, CNN details it clearly–“The Little Mac is similar to a McDonald’s single cheeseburger: It’s a single patty with a dollop of Special Sauce. It costs $2.29. The Double Big Mac, which costs $5.49, has four burger patties. It has 720 calories and 43 grams of fat. By comparison, a regular-sized Big Mac, which has two patties, costs $3.99. It has 540 calories and 30 grams of fat.” If you absolutely can’t be bothered to cook yourself a better burger at home, and you want to eat McD’s, all three options will satisfy that burger craving.

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