Has Burger King ever done it like you do it? When doing hamburger meals (burgers, fries, onion rings, shakes, pies) at home, consider ingredients used, ingredient quality, equipment used and technique used. Here's how I do it and it's not the same as BK does it: For milkshakes, I use genuine premium ice cream, fresh milk, real vanilla and fresh or good frozen fruit in an Osterizer. I don't use some phony stuff in a carton called "shake mix" and I don't use a commercial Taylor "shake machine". For fries and onion rings, they are store-bought frozen and placed in kitchen oven on roasting rack over cookie sheet. Heinz ketchup. For burgers, fresh high-quality toasted sesame seed buns, fresh crisp green lettuce shredded, high-quality red ripe tomatoes sliced, 100% quality ground chuck beef hand formed in patties and placed in freezer ten minute before going on Weber gas grill, sliced good cheese melted on patties over fire, fresh crisp fried bacon, salt, pepper and Best Foods/Hellmann's real mayonnaise. Buns are toasted golden brown over grill flame. I never use a microwave like BK does it. I never use frozen patties like BK does it. I never let the mayonnaise and produce sit out in the heat like BK does it. I don't use a holding steamer for sandwiches like BK does it. I don't use a robotic gas grill like BK does it. I don't use a robotic bun toaster like BK does it. Would you drive up to the window of a fast-food joint in a big yellow CAT tractor or on a motorcycle? I don't drive up to such windows in anything because I don't even do fast-food joints. For pies, it's Mrs Smith's or Sara Lee frozen pies hot out of the oven.