Hamburger Toppings

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pipebaum81

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Nov 23, 2014
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I love Jalepenos, onions and fancy sauce on my burger. Toasted bun all the way. You know you want to share your ideas....
j/B

 

daimyo

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May 15, 2014
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No one for the sandwich discussion? :wink:
Lightly toasted bun, light ketchup or special sauce (you know, relish, ketchup and mayo) mustard and bread and butter pickle chips for a classic burger. But I enjoy all kinds of burger toppings if done well.

 

prndl

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Apr 30, 2014
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Gimme onions or gimme death.
After that, I'm good with just about anything else.

 

gambit88

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Jan 25, 2015
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Lettuce, pickle, Sauteed onions, ketchup,and mustard. Sometimes I'll do cheese or a fried egg.

 

beastkhk

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Feb 3, 2015
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Alright! Someone taking the onions up a notch!
I was going to ask for clarification as to if onions would be a default of raw; looks like that is the case.

 

daimyo

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May 15, 2014
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Let's not talk about grilled onions, it will send me into an animal style withdraw convulsion!
Animal style double double with mustard grilled patties, well done fries and a black and white...

There, see... now you did it

 

beastkhk

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Feb 3, 2015
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We don't have In and Out in the Midwest. :crying: I have debated making a trip to Vegas just to scratch that itch.(Vegas because usually can get better deals on flights)
Also get a hankering for Big Boy ever now and then. That one is a 4 hour drive, but definitely doable.
Edit: I have been to a couple Big Boys that used Tartar sauce as special sauce. I would have to say if you have never tried this it is something different. Needless to say, my favorite burger as of late is on a pretzel bun w/ cheese, onion and tartar sauce.

 

pipebaum81

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Nov 23, 2014
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Before Anchorage blew up, we'd travel to Soldotna, Alaska for the nearest Dairy Queen. 300 miles round trip...

 

cobguy

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Oct 18, 2013
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Most of the time, I go for the "works" ...lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mayo
Lately though, I've been on a mushroom and Swiss binge whenever I order a burger.
One of the last ones had the mushrooms and onions sauteed in a Jack Daniels sauce ... mmmmmm. :P

 

warren

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Sep 13, 2013
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Indeed a good burger might be purchased here and there. A great burger must be made at home and has to include a layer of homemade garlic-dill pickles. Other condiments as preferred can be added. Oh, and the meat has to be 80-20, none of that low-fat crap. Then it becomes a "crap" burger. The juices must run down the arms and drip off one's elbow. Can't be done with a "crap" burger.
Mind you I do not want to appear to disparage those that make "crap" burgers. It's just my opinion and the opinion of those who have been graced with a place at my table when I serve burgers.

 

daimyo

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May 15, 2014
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Yup Warren, ground chuck is the only way to go. Nothing worse than a burger without enough fat to hold itself together.

 

plateauguy

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Mar 19, 2013
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Puyallup Fair burger - greasy burg, toasted bun, cheese, and grilled onions that drip gease. Thank God it's only once a year!