Sources: The Apollo Saturn Reference Page; «Stages to Saturn» By Roger E. Bilstein; Postlaunch Report for the Apollo Mission A-101; Apollo Systems Descriptions Volume II; The Mercury-Redstone Project. Gannet. Retrieved 23 October 2009. ^ «New Angus Burgers at Burger King». QSR Magazine (Press release). Burger King Corporation. 3 April 2008. Retrieved 25 October 2009. ^ Hays, Constance (11 December 1997). «Burger King Campaign Is Promoting New Fries». New York Times. The burgers have always been broiled mechanically; the original unit, called an Insta-Broiler, was one of two pieces of equipment the founders of Insta-Burger King purchased before opening their new restaurant. The Saturn V is an iconic rocket, and its black and white paint scheme is pretty easily recognizable to even casual space fans. Alex Bogusky, partner and executive creative director of CP+B, stated that BK decided «to create a dialogue with the consumer» by utilizing the large areas of white space found on its packaging at the time.
Steak sandwiches were made from steak fillets or later, restructured beef. When the plant was identified as the source of an E. Coli breakout in 1996, Burger King abandoned the company as a supplier. Lopez Foods, Inc. of Oklahoma City is a supplier of beef to the Burger King. While Lopez’s primary customer is McDonald’s, the company supplies BK as well. The paint absorbed enough heat from the Sun that the fuel tanks underneath got dangerously hot.
The Insta-Broiler worked by cooking 12 burger patties in a wire basket, allowing the patties to be cooked from both sides simultaneously. But these black stripes did change from launch to launch. But a forever diamond is also one that’s not resold. The sandwich consisted of two side-by-side hamburger patties, American cheese, and bacon, with Bull’s-eye Barbecue brand barbecue sauce.