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Beef I assume? Then its medium unless I ground it myself. Period. If the place is questionable I go "fully cooked"
Love Holstein's. I miss their duck fat fries though.
following on from everyone else and assuming you mean "meat" then nope. it's not only too much food to eat, but if the hamburger was any GOOD then it wouldn't need pulled pork on it...
I too voted for potato b/c martins rock and there was no onion bun option!
Not sure "below the beef" is fully accurate. I make the burger standard with top bun, toppings, beef, bottom bun. But I deliberately and 100% flip it on the plate and eat it upside down. Keeps the bottom bun from getting soggy and the stuff from sliding around on onions or lettuce etc.
I for one enjoy a "number 3"
Cracked lobster from the Bahamas. No doubt.
Ya. Gross. And not just because cheese makes my lower GI turn into an atom bomb either. This is gross at a elemental level.
Yay!!! Thanks Erin, although I'm always witty and insightful, I've never been quoted before!
As for starches I wanted to click waffle but truthfully not with a burger. They are just too much. I like a nice thick cut fry. I didn't feel like "fry" meant thick so I picked steak cut.
oooh oooh, i forgot my other favorite: "Whole Grilled" from in-n-out!!!
i too am wishing for an "all of the above"
i voted for caramelized onions since you left off my favorite: Crispy Onion Straws which are distinct from onion rings, in that they are smaller, always much crispier and usually more seasoned than their circular counterpart.
>> As a point of comparison, do you like any value menu/dollar burgers?
sure. wendy jr bacon burger. the double hamburger from McD. both acceptable and tasty when time and funds require.
hey just a request btw: can you guys start including a link to last week's poll in this week's poll? it's nice to go back and revisit...
eww. no. this is up there with deep fried butter on a stick. unnecessary and gluttonous, and kinda gross regardless if it tastes good.
@pomodrunkard and @ronnieshapley i am with you. i don't get the negative reviews. the meat is awesome and fresh. cooked absolutely perfectly with deft expertise. the fries are great. and woe is me, salt your own damn food! i happen to dislike burgers that are overseasoned which is generally everywhere. I have introduced dozens of people to the burger joint who adored it (and FYI i used to live in hells kitchen/clinton and walk right past other faves like island burger to **gasp** head to 50th for dinner... I am really sad that after ignoring this place for review for so long this is what was managed. the vagina joke was as poorly conceived as the review. maybe check your snark at the door and revisit the burger joint again sometime when you feel up to it.
Fwiw I have never eaten anything including free bread or chicken fingers off my kids plate from Boston pizza that was worth a darn. Place is literally lower quality than McDonald's... too bad because the stuff usually LOOKS good.
And ya, I steal my kids chicken fingers. Not proud of that but hey, its how I roll.
its 90 degrees outside. i'm in the shade with a beer. i use the grill to get my old and incredibly well seasoned cast iron skillet nasa-hot. 70/30 chuck that the missus ground just now (its nice to throw a pork fatback in too). salt, pepper and thats it on the smallish (4-5oz) patty. on the martin's potato roll bun: pepper, mayo, 1 piece of leaf lettuce. cook the burger for 100 seconds a side. put it on the bun. flip the bun over so the juice runs into the mayo and soaks the top bun. eat. drink beer. repeat ad naseum.
thats nearly exactly my recipe... except i like a bun.
the first time i ate white castle. in about 1984
in-n-out double, no cheese with grilled and raw, hot peppers on the side. (and i, sadly, always order two)
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