meg0kay: Oh my.. you man handling that big mac made me want to gag.. gross.
Sam Farr: I don't think she could reply to me because she's probebly in here grave
know she's so old
irismey: I thought their secret sauce was Thousand Island?? You can make the top
layer any way that you want. Especially the bottom layer. You can change up
the Big Mac by putting in bacon.
Yoel: 5:46 that bite!
Btw are you on drugs?
seanviv2: Awesome as always this looks fantastic as the real deal.Rebecca please get
the comments pending approval app.
You are such a sweetheart and deserve more respect. I love your videos.
BigWallyFilms: It's called "special sauce", not "secret sauce". That belongs to Jack in
cali Love: That big mac looks a tad bit big, for your little mouth there Hun! Great!
Love your videos
Mana Mano: Rebecca I love this video. I hope you do more reconstruction videos. Your
videos are so fun and enjoyable to watch.
thunderscratch66: You seem so happy it's depressing me :(
Freakybananayo: I hope you realize that McDonald's burgers don't contain nice, proper meat.
It's all trimmings that no one wants, processed and then cleansed with
Princejets92: The special sauce is called "mac sauce". They charge 30 cents to add.
MellowMakes: Can someone explain to me why this has so many dislikes? Because i don't
Dan Rowbotham: shes mental
MRLoyalGamer: that was a hard fail... at the end u say there is nothing on the first
layer... well go to the start of ur video .... u see it there? blond...
well atleat she is in the kitchen huehuehue
Tomas Colquhoun: Thank you, Lady.
You have made my day, my next cooking project will be this one.
Stefan Henning: How to Basic did it better.
Alex Parsegov: She has problems...
Abdalla Ramadan: just marry me you kitchen genius
sean knot: I believe tumeric makes it yellow :)
TheBudhistpunk: A great way to stop your patties shrinking and keep them thin is to cook
them in a forman grill. It keeps pressure on both sides while cooking and
gabrielle hatton: homework was not done before making this video. what a waste of watching
Benjamin Didone: its a 10:1 pound ratio. I work at Mcdonalds.
1Nanalo: Please try making in n out burgers....
cobramcjingleballs: i hope this doesn't involve the neighborhood cat
HolyWhisp: Love your energy and enthusiasm in the kitchen Rebecca. I think one of the
reasons the Big Mac will always taste different to a home made burger, even
if you follow the recipe exactly, is because they add sugar to the buns.
Critique808: McD's sear their meat to make it cook faster since it is a fast food
restaurant and not smash their meat. The sauce is 1000 island dressing.
74ryanwolf: I love how happy you are in your videos!
azad Rijswijk: i love your smile !!!! and your cooking skills!!
g0reypigs3: the "special sauce" is thousand island dressing
MrStreetballer5: Im crying this is beautiful
Randy Phillips: its a 1/10th size burger
UFOSPACE1999: NEXT time..toast those buns.
karatinajr: Ahahaha you made it the wrong way XD ahahaha but you are very close to the
secret sauce , (i work in mcdonalds )
JamesPll: Well, the special sauce is absolotely wrong, besides, you forgot to roast
CrystalWolf: Wow if I wasn't eating a sandwich right now I would die XD btw u and ur
videos are awsome!!!
Chase TheAce: idk why but here voice makes me so angry ._.
KaylaDoesGaming: I want a Big Mac now :c
brenden718: i put a little corn oil in the pan, I put my panties in there. She's so
hyper and funny
Jenny Tokumei: The patties you made not being large enough for your bun. I notice that you
didn't toast the bun. Also, McDonalds doesn't use a hamburger press, at
least not at the store. They don't squeeze their patties, instead they use
frozen patties, that's why the burgers come out dry. The freezing process
robs them of a lot of moisture. That's the only really negative remarks I
Other than that you're pretty spot on with the recipe and I completely
agree with you about not squeezing burgers, and I love the fact that you
sear the burgers on a high heat then turn the temperature down to let them
cook all the way through, it shows plenty of experience and understanding
By the way, what fat ratio do you prefer for your burgers? Lately, I've
been going with 73% lean / 27% fat, myself. I've been thinking about trying
60/40 but I'm afraid that my grease tray (I use a large electric skillet
with a grease drain) might fill up from making a single burger at that
HungryHyena: The homemade burger is even sloppier than the McD. burger lol
Amplitude Maximum: You Didnt toast your buuuuunnnnnsssss!!!
Jesmark Mikesell: Your cooking enthusiasm is amazing! Keep it up :)
Ootals: Your actually pretty funny.
chris op Dastx: Thnx
Dart Papinova: Thanks for making this video. This helped ALOT!!!! Its kinda like the
McDonald's, but hey, its a homie burger!
MegaRhazes: McDonalds doesn't squish theirs its grade f meat they out bid dog food
manufactures for and processed and loaded it with chemicals. That's why
maggots won't show up on a McDonalds and they look the same a year later.
stijn de poorter: im getting hungry ;)
Sheila c: The top does have more...I think they made yours wrong... but looks good.
Grigoris Tsekouras: Wow...
Lisa Uzokwe: Oh my goddess thats it?Thats all we get!? 5:17 lol I luv you