What goes on your burger

Yeah, no. The only way I’m giving up chips and/or fries is for them to be pried out of my cold, dead hands. And two burgers would drive my heart into overtime and my gut into revolt and put me there sooner than later.

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Because that seems to be the default sandwich spread, even for tuna salad and egg salad sandwiches! It goes on automatically unless I ask specifically for no mayo. I’m from NY/NJ originally, and automatic mayo is definitely not a thing there.

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:notes: I like mine with lettuce and tomato
Heinz 57 and french fried potatoes
Big kosher pickle and a cold draft beer :musical_note:

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This. I live in the 'burbs of Philly and the heathens here Put Mayo on cheese steaks as the default setting. Even if I say “no mayo”. I like oil instead. Breathes into a paper bag. In the city limits this never happens.
End rant. So about burgers. The better the meat the less ad ons for me. But once cdc cooked my burger and it was barely warm on the inside. I did say something so he doesn’t end up killing someone someday but when he offered to cook it more I told him no. Love ridiculously rare burgers is the meat is quality.

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I’d be okay with a burger and 3 fries.

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Sounds like my kind of place.

medium rare, american or cheddar, bacon, red onion, tomato, lettuce, mayo

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Simple yet elegant!
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Top to bottom: hard roll, mushrooms(+ sauce from cooking mushrooms), baby Swiss cheese, delish beef patty, bun, plate, table, floor, basement, ground, aquifer, hell. Helluva burger.

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One of my favorite burger joints is called Madison Grill (it’s a small Mexican chain); they have a bunch of salsas and totopos from the get-go, so I dig it. Plus, a highly customizable guacamole … and burger.

In this case, it was (hiding beneath the egg) jalapeno slices, fried jalapeno, fried onions, habanero, queso oaxaca, grilled onions, bacon, and a nice Sonoran 1/4 pounder.

Darn, if only I weren’t thousands of miles away to repeat this one.

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