With a friend, Reddit user Mark Hayes decided to have a competition to see who could turn a McDonald's Big Mac meal into some fine fast food. Rather than eating a greasy burger right out of a flimsy box, the pair transformed the burger and fries into the kind of meal you might find at an upscale restaurant.
The transformation involved slicing up the food items into tiny pieces, so that the portions were bite-sized and looked much more presentable. One of the finished meals turns a pile of fries into an interesting Jenga-like tower, set beside a mini burger that's stacked just as high. The sauce from the Big Mac serves as a garnish to top it all off.
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