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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryray View Post
    "Consumer Reports" surveyed 28,000 subscribers on "the best- and worst-tasting burgers around the U.S", published the results a few months ago.

    The top two
    (In-N-Out and Five Guys) came out in virtual tie for 1st. The McDonald's tested was the plain basic burger. No doubt the Quarter Pounder or Big Mac would have scored somewhat higher.

    1. In-N-Out Burger
    2. Five Guys Burgers and Fries
    3. Fuddruckers
    4. Burgerville
    5. Back Yard Burgers
    6. Culver's Frozen Custard
    7. Whataburger
    8. Hardee's
    9. Carl's Jr.
    10. Checkers Drive-In
    11. White Castle
    12. Wendy's
    13. Sonic Drive-In
    14. A&W Restaurant
    15. Krystal
    16. Burger King
    17. Jack in the Box
    18. McDonald's
    Went to Epic Burger for the first time today. Only two locations (both here in Chicago), but I believe it is likely the best "fast food" burger I have ever had:

    http://www.epicburger.com/

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    Epic Burgers sure look excellent!!

    Next time I'm in the area....

    ever tried Meat Heads Burgers & Fries? Heard a lot about that place...

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    Finally tried Culver's! Double Mushroom & Swiss ButterBurger I got on my first trip. Darn good!!!

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    Fresh, never frozen, Midwest-raised beef, mushrooms sautéed in butter, topped with real Wisconsin cheese.
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    Boozie Burger, at Boozie's Bar and Grill, in Davenport, Iowa!

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    The Boozie Burger has Iowa ground beef--includes three cheeses and bacon and Boozie's original special smoky sauce. Along with pickles, tomato, onion, and mayo. They bottle and sell the sauce too. Just wish the meat patty was bigger. Shoulda ordered double. Sauce is good, but my favorite sauce is still Burgerville's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryray View Post
    ever tried Meat Heads Burgers & Fries? Heard a lot about that place...
    Haven't but will keep it in mind when I'm in one of those burbs.

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    at Wild Willy's (Rochester, New Hampshire) I recently ate "The Outlaw" for lunch: ground Porterhouse steak and Pineland Farms Cheddar cheese. I had them add grilled mushrooms. Meat is cooked medium, unless you request different--that's they way it should be! Real good!



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    Fries real fine too...Wild Willy's has 6 outlets in this part of New Hampshire, Maine and Mass.
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    My first pescatarian burger!

    Malibu Seafood's Ahi tuna burger is made up of ground up sashimi grade tuna with their own special blend of spices mixed in. Tasty with nice grill marks! But not as tasty as a nice slab of Ahi tuna steak. $9.95, fries included.

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    Nice view of PCH and ocean from patio seating! It was an early dinner for me in Malibu, California, tonight...


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    next time I'll try the Squid Steak burger...
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    That looks awesome!!!
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    the "El Caliente" burger (pepper jack cheese, avocado, chipotle sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, jalapeño) from the fancy "LBS: A Burger Joint" at Red Rock Station Casino also comes with excellent hand-cut fries, sprinkled with herb seasoning, and served with a terrific fry dipping sauce. Damn good this! And half off at happy hour!

    [update Jan, 2018 - this place unfortunately closed in 2014. I've not found fry dipping sauce anywhere as good as LBS had!]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryray View Post



    at Wild Willy's (Rochester, New Hampshire) I recently ate "The Outlaw" for lunch: ground Porterhouse steak and Pineland Farms Cheddar cheese. I had them add grilled mushrooms. Meat is cooked medium, unless you request different--that's they way it should be! Real good!







    Fries real fine too...Wild Willy's has 6 outlets in this part of New Hampshire, Maine and Mass.
    I drive by Wild Willys every week in Rochester I guess I know whats for lunch on Wednesday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic View Post
    I drive by Wild Willys every week in Rochester I guess I know whats for lunch on Wednesday
    Rochester NY.........
    Lifes journey is not to arrive at the grave in a pristine well preserved body, but rather skid in sideways, totally used up and worn out, shouting " Holy Shit... What a Ride!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morris View Post
    Rochester NY.........
    NH, just over the Maine line........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic View Post
    NH, just over the Maine line........
    Shucks.........
    Lifes journey is not to arrive at the grave in a pristine well preserved body, but rather skid in sideways, totally used up and worn out, shouting " Holy Shit... What a Ride!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsaholic View Post
    I drive by Wild Willys every week in Rochester I guess I know whats for lunch on Wednesday
    By the looks of it.....a 'spooge' burger!


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    Quote Originally Posted by yyz View Post
    By the looks of it.....a 'spooge' burger!

    Maybe if you're dogface .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyBlueChip View Post
    Maybe if you're dogface .....

    "Could I get a Spooge Burger?"


    "How many ropes?"



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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbyBlueChip View Post
    Maybe if you're dogface .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryray View Post
    Boozie Burger, at Boozie's Bar and Grill, in Davenport, Iowa!



    The Boozie Burger has Iowa ground beef--includes three cheeses and bacon and Boozie's original special smoky sauce. Along with pickles, tomato, onion, and mayo. They bottle and sell the sauce too. Just wish the meat patty was bigger. Shoulda ordered double. Sauce is good, but my favorite sauce is still Burgerville's.
    You were in Davenport? next time let me know and I'll meet you at Boozie's for one of these. FANTASTIC burgers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfann View Post
    You were in Davenport? next time let me know and I'll meet you at Boozie's for one of these. FANTASTIC burgers!
    it's a deal! I want another Boozie Burger!

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    BBC’s Create Your Own Burger Contest!!!Posted on August 28, 2011 in: blog4 CommentsHere’s it is, the BIG announcement we mentioned last week… Boston Burger Company is hosting a “CREATE YOUR OWN BURGER” contest! We are so excited to see what our amazing costumers come up with. We want you to be as original and outrageous as possible while still creating a delicious burger. Are you up for the challenge??

    Here’s how it works… Create a burger recipe that will knock our socks off. Name it (and as the poster says, we enjoy humor). E-mail your submissions to Caroline, caroline@bostonburgerco.com, by October 1, 2011 with “BBC’s Create Your Own Burger Contest” in the subject line. We will then narrow it down to the TOP 5 burgers. From October 2 – 15, 2011 YOU will vote for the lucky winner.

    Now the important part — THE PRIZES! If you win, you will receive a $200 gift card to BBC, your burger will be November’s “Burger of the Month,” and your mug shot put on our wall-of-fame! Amazing, right?

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    last week ate the famous Blutarsky Burger (blackened, bacon, cheddar and "holy guacamole") at Diablo Burger, Flagstaff, Arizona.....Cooked medium-rare unless you ask--sure sign of fine burger place! Damn good, and idea of toasted english muffins for bun is great idea. Fries done real good too, but too much seasoning (herbes de Provence and salt). Have to ask for less next time.


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    the excellent beef is 100% local open-range organic + hormone free, char-broiled. The menu states that the Blutarsky is named "in honor of Faber College's Finest Foodie--side of Jello not included"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jvenz View Post
    BBC’s Create Your Own Burger Contest!!!Posted on August 28, 2011 in: blog4 CommentsHere’s it is, the BIG announcement we mentioned last week… Boston Burger Company is hosting a “CREATE YOUR OWN BURGER” contest! We are so excited to see what our amazing costumers come up with. We want you to be as original and outrageous as possible while still creating a delicious burger. Are you up for the challenge??

    Here’s how it works… Create a burger recipe that will knock our socks off. Name it (and as the poster says, we enjoy humor). E-mail your submissions to Caroline, caroline@bostonburgerco.com, by October 1, 2011 with “BBC’s Create Your Own Burger Contest” in the subject line. We will then narrow it down to the TOP 5 burgers. From October 2 – 15, 2011 YOU will vote for the lucky winner.

    Now the important part — THE PRIZES! If you win, you will receive a $200 gift card to BBC, your burger will be November’s “Burger of the Month,” and your mug shot put on our wall-of-fame! Amazing, right?
    .................................................. .................

    I hate when companys try to steal other peoples ideas through contests like this.
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    Do your own homework and come up with what you will sell.

    Oh yeh winner gets a free hamburge with frys and the owners could clean clocks with someone else's idea.

    Lazy bastids.
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    dammit....now I'm hungry :|

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    The "#5 HF PHILLY BURGER - $7.75: HF Burger • Provolone Cheese • Grilled Onions • Grilled Peppers • Grilled Mushrooms"

    at HF Crave, Lincoln, Nebraska

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    Good as it looks! I was hoping for a bit more beefy flavor on the meat, but still was fine! I also ordered Waffle Fries ($1.75) with the superb creamy garlic dipping sauce.

    All natural grass fed beef from the local Hollenbeck farm (who own the restaurant) and a bun from Le Quartier bakery a few doors down in this South Lincoln strip mall. HF also sells raw packaged meat from the farm out of a freezer behind the counter you order yer burger from.
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    this guy is the black version of TerryRay


    he loves him some Five Guys
    Everyone has a plan, until they get hit.
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    For a delicious burger, try village whiskey, one in downtown philadelphia and one in revel in AC

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    Favorite burgers on my own grill:

    I mix in the beef some shredded sharp cheddar cheese, cooked bacon, mustard and Worcestershire sauce.

    here are all the ingredients:




    this recipe won a contest for best burger someplace, and "Cook's Illustrated" did their own tweeks to it.

    1½ pounds 80 percent lean ground beef

    1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
    8 strips cooked bacon, crumbled fine
    4 teaspoons yellow mustard
    2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
    ½ teaspoon table salt
    ½ teaspoon ground black pepper

    here I am mixing it:




    1. Break beef into small pieces in medium bowl. Add cheese, bacon, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper. Using fork, toss until evenly distributed. Divide mixture into 4 equal portions and lightly pack into 1-inch-thick patties.

    2. When coals are ready and grate is hot, dip wad of paper towels in vegetable oil and use tongs to rub oil over grate. Grill burgers over very hot fire, without pressing down on them, until well seared on both sides and cooked through, 8 to 12 minutes. Transfer to plate, tent with foil, and let rest 5 minutes. Serve.





    by myself I usually add bit more salt and pepper. It's hard to over season a burger. I sometimes shake garlic powder generously on them just before grilling.

    and ya don't wanna over work and kneed that meat mix. The more you work it, the denser it gets, less tasty and more dry. Mine grill and fall apart a bit 'cause mixed so loosley. The super burger aficinatos will grind their own beef, then take the plop that comes out of grinder and barely shape it before plopping down on a grill. Those so loose the juices can get around every strand of ground and taste excellent!






    These taste just excellent!! Especially on buttered and grilled buns! Watch when grilling those buttered buns tho, sometimes they done in only 20 seconds!

    I usually eyeball it and guess doneness when cooking burgers, but ya really shouldn't...
    MEDIUM-WELL BURGER: 145 to 160 degrees, 4 to 5 minutes per side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryray View Post

    ever tried Meat Heads Burgers & Fries? Heard a lot about that place...


    texas ranch
    1/3 lb 100% Angus beef, cheddar cheese, bacon, bacon ranch sauce,
    lettuce, tomato, pickles and raw onions


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    Tom & Eddie's Blue Chip Burger

    Sliced Hass avocado, roasted garlic aioli, red ripe tomato and topped with blue cheese cream and fresh-made potato chips served on a gourmet roll.

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    Ty's Burgers in Kansas City... Darn good!... Grass fed Midwest beef and fine hand-cut fries... Just wished they were more generous with the fries!





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