Editors' pick: Originally published Jan. 17.
Updated with new photos.
The Grand Mac, which rests on a larger sesame seed bun, is made with two beef patties that weigh in at one-third of a pound compared to a traditional Big Mac, which has two, 1.6-ounce beef patties. Think of this one as a supersized Big Mac. The Mac Jr. is a essentially a single-layer Big Mac, which may be more ideal for the hands of kids (great news, right?). Pictured below is Jim Lewis, owner of several McDonald's locations in New York City.
Each sandwich has the traditional Big Mac sauce.
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