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9 Billion Burgers Served At U.S. Restaurants Last Year

Oof. Can you feel it? I’m talking about the feeling of nine billion burgers hitting American stomachs last year. Across the country, fast-food joints, casual dining restaurants and other eateries served up 3% more burgers in 2014 than in 2013. And while surely some of those never made it to their intestinal destinations, that’s still a lot of burger eating. [More]

Now for breakfast noms.

McDonald’s Adding Steak To List Of Meaty Breakfast Ingredients On The Menu

The McDonald’s menu overhaul continues and it’s about to get a lot beefier: the fast food chain announced that along with its sausage and bacon offerings on breakfast sandwiches, steak will now be available as part of the morning fare. [More]


Gird Yourselves, Grill Masters: Beef Prices Have Hit An All-Time High

For those vegetarians or red meat abstainees out there, rest easy and only keep reading if you want to rub some bad news in your burger-loving friend’s face at the grill this summer: The price of wholesale beef is at an all-time high right now, which means costlier burgers, steaks and any other kind of cattle you’d throw on the fire. [More]

Wendy's Hot 'N Juicy Not So Juicy: Consumer Reports

Wendy's Hot 'N Juicy Not So Juicy: Consumer Reports

Our sensory-specialist siblings over at Consumer Reports have tasted the Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy burger from Wendy’s, and have declared that the burger, while thicker than previous Wendy’s offerings, isn’t all that juicy. [More]