WORLD'S FIRST BIG MAC
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What was the world's first Big Mac?
Back in the late 1960's Jim
Delligatti was the McDonalds overlord in the Pittsburgh area owning as many as
18 locations, but in 1967 sales were slow, America was not a fast food nation.
One day he noticed Big Boy restaurants were selling
double-decker patty hamburgers and got inspired.
Jim Delligatti petitioned McDonalds HQ to stray from
the common hamburger and cheeseburger and let him try his own creation, two
all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame
seed bun, and in 1968 at a location in Uniontown, Pennsylvania the Big Mac was
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