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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Sep 18, 2019.
IN-N-OUT "That's what a Hamburger's all about:
You fagetabowdit!!! I always wanted to say that!!!
My son and I celebrated the day by going to Five Guys. Yummy.
I can’t believe I missed this day. Guess I’ll have to make for it this weekend.
In college I actually had an idea called petri-beef which was muscle grown in a lab without a nervous system so vegetarians could enjoy.
My other idea was spray in fried chicken skin - just aim, spray, and you have delicious crispy skin on your . . . Ice cream.
Sound like you should have been a patent lawyer.
I’m declaring today Official Chicken-n-Waffles day!
Oh man. Five Guys is great. I go there once every few months.
I always get a side of cajun fries with a side of BBQ sauce. It’s enough for 3 people!
Love their peanuts. Last time we went there was in Spain - takeout for the kids while the parents went out for a sit down dinner with adult conversation.
No, today is National Talk Like A Pirate Day!
My favorite place to get a burger is Pipers Pub on Carson Street in Pittsburgh. Yeah, it's supposed to be a British style pub, but their burgers are so good. They use steak meat instead of the crap cuts of the cow. With cheddar, bacon, onion and tomato! (No bun, can't eat the bread. Yeah, I'm that weird person you see eating it with a knife and fork!)
I like em with some pink in the middle, swiss, mushrooms, a little bacon, mayo, little bit of ketchup (made with sugar and not HFCS!), a drop or two of yellow mustard, some thin sweet onion, some lettuce, and a slice or two of tomato. And a couple pickles.
My mouth is watering like crazy right now lol
Has anyone tried the vegaburger at Burger King?
I get the Cajun fries too. They always toss extra fries in the bag so a small is bigger than a McDonalds large.
I haven’t had the Impossible Burger there but have tried it elsewhere. I like it better than the Beyond burger, which I think has a weird aftertaste. Definitely much closer to real meat taste than old style veggie burgers. However it’s highly processed and nutritionally is a little worse than ground beef.
No, but I recently had the questionable pleasure to check it`s counterpart from Mc Donald`s.
Although I really enjoy some meatless dishes this one tastes totally wrong. There is a strange spice in it that makes it even more unbearable
That's pretty much how I feel about most sham foods---turkey bacon, etc. Meh describes it perfectly.
One of the best burgers---and hash-browns---that I've ever had:
13 Coins in SeaTac, WA: