2 packs of four juicy BBQ burgers for £3 at a well known supermarket near you. That's 8 burgers, which equals 4 meals! Have to confess that I haven't checked if they are in any way eco-friendly. I doubt they are organic.
There are many ways to make your burgers just that little bit special. At the moment, I am discovering a taste for cheese and mustard burgers - but my advice is that you shouldn't buy cheap mustard. Nice, wholegrain, french mustard will add some spice to your burger. Add the mustard two minutes before your burgers are finished under the grill, placing some cheese on top too. Allow the cheese to melt to taste.
Of course, if you don't have mustard, a fine brown sauce always adds depth to your burgers. Accompany your burgers with anything from beans through to coleslaw and salad - just don't forget nicely boiled new potatoes - or, if you are feeling really greasy, chip shop chips with lots of salt and vinegar.
I will break the monotony of burgers with some chilli over the weekend, and I need to use up a microwave curry before Monday.