quarter-pounder


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quarter-pounder

n
(Cookery) a hamburger that weighs four ounces before it is cooked
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These would be 16 times smaller and have just 15 calories compared with the 245 in a McDonald's quarter-pounder.
Turner, who lives in Alabama, said he was enjoying a double quarter-pounder with cheese as he drove down a highway outside Atlanta.
SCORE: 8/10 Quarter-Pounder Beef Burgers |(4-pack), Tesco, PS3 Smooth, meaty texture and good seasoning.
ASDA is selling two packs of four quarter-pounder beef burgers for PS5 (PS3 each).
And Healey, pictured, and BMF are confident that the programme will help the nation shed two million calories - equivalent to 8,000 sausages, 16,000 glasses of wine or 4,762 quarter-pounder burgers.
Chicken nuggets, cheese quarter-pounder meals with fries and a banana milkshake.
Penalty fine." Now I didn't even have enough cash for french fries, let alone a quarter-pounder.
And it's not as if our Nadine was tucking into a quarter-pounder with fries.
However, the quick-thinking Portuguese coach (left) did a quick 180-degree turn from the rest of the suits and headed straight for the nearest burger van to purchase a greasy quarter-pounder.
"I wasn't the worst eater in the world but I did work part-time in McDonalds so I was forced into the fast food world and was always partial to a quarter-pounder. That soon stopped." Now Greene is simply hungry for Euro success in Munich with Team GB.
The robust boxes are being used to package two of the company's fast food lines, a quarter-pounder and an egg muffin.