Niesha B: OMG she scares me...
Red Major: i see that you respond to most commons, I like your enthusiasm but you are
not the greatest actor. Your smile is too big if there is such a thing, so
I would notch it down on the energy in general. Its like you're on ecstasy
cyberbar20: That was a really good effort, However, your reconstruction was a little
bit incorrect. The middle portion of the bun was suppose to be flipped
GamingLegacy: She tries to hard lol jesus
suckle goofyfur: Ummmm..so you didn't copy it and the final take it was different.
ciaran thomas: I work at mcdonalds and i can say we dont press our burgers on the grill.
The reason the one u had looked dry is because you left it out in the air
for like 30 minutes
Silver Wolfen: Love your energy! Delicious recipes too :)
Sam Fidal: hey , i would love to eat some thing from your hands my lady :)
monkeh88: So how many kilometers you need to ride and burn the calories you just ate
after you eat this burger :)
Eddie Kaywood: I came here with the question of how to make McDonald's burgers, I left
with the question of if she's stoned or retarded
Marie Shanahan: Double-fisted, Big Macs! Thanks for this recipe. Great job. :)
TheSwagsta Olive: dont you respect yourself?.. a 25 + year old Making youtube videos..
actualy i think you are way more than 25.. ik its disrespect full but its
VasHappeninTV: Idk why she has so many dislikes
sam jose: This video almost reminds me of that Eddie Murphy skit 'welfare burger -
minus the green peppers and pink dough..
Gam3r Girl1933: I was feeling sick today, she's so perky I felt much better after
Joshua Jones: I love your videos
Monica Robles: I used to work McDonalds. And always tried to make the special sauce. You
The reason the middle bun was dry is because you had the McDonald's one
It's special sauce,
and pattie, in that order
I'm gonna try to make my own now. Thank you!
Karen Barrera: I love this!! And you are very pretty (:
suicide thoughts: omg I love you Rebecca omg
plz say I love you back omg
Ron Madara: Sorry I didn't have time to read all of the comments,,,,nice video though.
I would not "butcher" a bun like that. Instead, I would take the bottom
layer of another bun, thinly slice off the crust, and use that in the
middle. From what research I've done, I don't think there is any ketchup in
the special sauce...for years I just assumed it was 1000 island dressing. I
believe the red color comes from paprika. Dicing the pickle for the sauce
seems like way too much work....Heinz pickle relish would work just as well
without sacrificing quality. I think the addition of mustard is
genius...you nailed that. I think a drop or two of white wine vinegar to
the sauce would seal the deal. I don't think the chopped up onions are
actually incorporated into the sauce...I think they're added as a separate
component in the "building" process. Very nice video though...lots of
energy. Your presentation skills seem very polished. :)
David Guy: Love your energy. You make me almost wish I were 40 years younger and knew
where you live. Keep up the good work.
Emily Sanchez: She did it wrong the sauce
Eleni Valis: There's lettuce and sauce on both layers...I don't know which McDonald's
made your burger, but that's not the way they're made haha
katsleggs: I think you were close ... but I worked at McDonald's in highschool in the
80s ... the middle bun is supposed to be toasted on both sides (unless they
stopped doing that when they started microwaving everything?! 😕). Also,
the special sauce is definitely sweet pickle relish, ketchup, mayo & onion
powder. They used rehydrated chopped onions ... fresh was only for
quarterpounders, then the dill pickle slices. But, I actually think I would
like YOUR version better than their version anyway. So, I think you did a
GREAT job, anyway you slice it! ☺
Kazathul: Wow.... I'm scared.... She's not gona eat us will she?
John TheriUlt: Enjoyed watching this. Your very enthusiastic!! Many more videos to watch?
Casey Hay: It's refreshing to see a woman who is eager and enthusiastic to share her
knowledge of cooking. I think she is a lot more involved and natural than
the commercial cooks we have all come to know and love, and I am eager to
see what is in store for you.
Ma Fred: she's great!
marco feldzy: MY CHEESE IS TWICE AS THICK!!!!!!!¬
Colby Fritz: Your stupid
MoneyMaker: you are so pretty, are you Bulgarian maybe?
drm0x: I think when you reconstructed the original, you put the middle bun layer
upside down, that's why there appears to be no lettuce and sauce on the top
deck, but loads on the bottom...
khmerboy09: Good god, if this is easy to make I am not looking forward to the next BBQ
at my mates house. I watch your video mainly because of your enthusiasm.
troyboy83: I used to work there many moons ago. A Big Mac pattie is a tenth of a pound
(referred to as 10:1). The 1/4 pounder pattie is a 1/4 of a pound (referred
to as 4:1).
goldmanjace: would you make me a burger ;-)
killerob1: Tak for en god video. Hilsen en fra Danmark
Nick Baker: She looks like she's never cooked before in her life.
SuperWoodyboy: Hmmm..Little Strange!
peter toth: so sorry missed the cheese and in the us it was and should be nebraska
cheddar in canada we use natural cheddar Canadian cheddar ( made from no
artificial boosted cow milk)
Emily Radford: Toast the buns, then sauce on bottom and the top of the middle layer (yours
was upside down) then lettuce on top of these then onion then top pickle on
the bottom bun, then cheese goes on top of the burgers. so you should have
onion sauce lettece meat and on each layer with pickle and cheese on the
Kimber Kindle: You're great!!!
coogski .: please ppplzz do you have a drive through??? I'm hungry and I love the look
of your burgers!!! x
thesomebody3: Thanks for the vid, just made one too, tastes very much like the 'real'
thing. Thanks a lot :)
el campeon: Will you be my girlfriend?
Robin Winje: Seems like someone enjoyed some "coke" before cooking this Big Mac. :)
suicide thoughts: Sorry no your not
Heartofasoldier0: That's a beautiful clown costume, I must say..
Daniel Dellachiesa: Nice!
Gamerandroid: There were some things you got incorrect. I'm a worker at McDonald's so I'd
just like to point something out to help everyone else. This is for the
beef. Sadly it isn't hand made patties, they are processed just like the
patties you buy at the store. That's why they look so perfect and round. We
do sometimes strain the grease, just depends on the restaurant of mcdonalds
you go to. The Mac sauce as everyone knows is thousand island dressing.
It's almost the exact same as her's but it's not onions and pickles in the
sauce it's sweet relish. There is onions in the sandwich. So here's how we
put our Big Macs together:
First we toast the buns, next we put Mac sauce on both the bottom bun and
the top of the middle bun. Then we put these in this exact order onions,
shredded lettuce pickles on top, cheese on bottom, then the meat.and then
your done. I wasn't trying to be rude at all, I just wanted to tell people
how the Big Mac is made