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    Pedestrian as it sounds and is, I love the BK Whopper® w/cheese for truly fast food. When I have time there are a ton of gourmet burger joints around here that will satisfy most anyone. A lot of the time, they try a little too hard to be different and the taste of the beef is lost amongst the other crap they infuse this basic and delectable offering with.

    Recipe of a great burger:

    1/3 to 1/2 Lb ground Beef, Sliced fresh from the garden tomato, Onion (I prefer Yellow), Iceberg lettuce, Cabot seriously sharp cheddar cheese, a very light application of a good blue cheese dressing (preferably home made) and a freshly baked kaiser roll. No Ketchup!

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    If we're talkin' fast and cheap In-N-Out burgers can't be beat.

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    Swiss, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, feta cheese, banana peppers, ketchup, spicy mustard, ketchup and mayo with salt and vinegar chips.

    Boo-yah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Swiss, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, feta cheese, banana peppers, ketchup, spicy mustard, ketchup and mayo with salt and vinegar chips.

    Boo-yah.
    Without the ground beef, it sounds like the crap they stuff into a Subway "sandwich."

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    For fast food, Bobby's Burger Palace does a great burger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy® View Post
    a good burger doesn't need to be dressed like a Hoe

    ketchup, maybe a few onions. that's it
    Word up. I like my hoes like my burgers. White castle *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Most of my favorite burger places are gone.

    There was a place in New York City, where my Great Aunt (RIP) took me as a young boy when I'd visit from LI. No idea what it was called, sure it's gone now.

    There was a place here in NoVA that did an amazing (and simple) Three-Cheese and Bacon Burger that was like a gift from the Good Lord himself in Burger form. They went belly-up and were replace by a Fridays...thank God?

    Now-a-days, not so many great places. And my tastes (and stompach) can't handle red fatty meat like it used to (damn Veggie wife mandated lifestyle!). So no where I can think of today are rivals of the two above. Just the usual burger joints, diners and the like.
    You and SBIII should start a cult.

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    The burger at Little Owl in NYC

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    The bistro burger at the corner bistro is great. I haven't been in years but once you finally get seated, it's well worth the wait. They have mcsorleys on tap too.

    Pauls palace un the east village is a very good burger as well.

    Sorry greenwich but I tried that shroom burger and it sucked. Danny Meyer should be ashamed that that's the vegetarian choice on his menu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crasherino View Post
    The bistro burger at the corner bistro is great. I haven't been in years but once you finally get seated, it's well worth the wait. They have mcsorleys on tap too.

    Pauls palace un the east village is a very good burger as well.

    Sorry greenwich but I tried that shroom burger and it sucked. Danny Meyer should be ashamed that that's the vegetarian choice on his menu.
    Hate to say it, but the Bistro Burger has gone way down hill in recent years. Used to be my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetPotato View Post
    Hate to say it, but the Bistro Burger has gone way down hill in recent years. Used to be my favorite.
    Funny....I haven't been in about 5 yrs but wh
    Net by there this weekend and thought that I should go back.

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    A home grilled burger is the best. You need ground beef that isn't too lean because as unhealthy as it is, the fat gives it some of the flavor. A 50/50 mix of ground sirloin and 80/20 ground beef is really good.

    - Cook up some nice crisp bacon bacon and crumble it up.
    - Dice some onions.
    - Mix the crumbled bacon and diced onions into each ground beef patty.
    - Grill to taste. (medium rare for me)
    - Just before it's done, add some cheese. Boar's Head has a new 3 jack cheese, which is a blend of three pepper jack cheeses.
    - Put the burger on a fresh hamburger roll.

    Top with:
    - bacon strips
    - fresh sliced tomato
    - lettuce
    - pickles
    - ketchup

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    Went to Smashburger the other day. Not bad...

    In the lot, the Flag burger: wagu burger meat from Market Basket, bacon that is half cooked mixed in the meat to preserve moisture. The bacon fully cooks with the burger meat. Throw the burger on the grill, cook it and then a layer of blue cheese, a layer of pre cooked bacon slices that are laid out like the stripes and then blue cheese in the corner for the stars...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    Without the ground beef, it sounds like the crap they stuff into a Subway "sandwich."
    Yup.

    But at my house, it's prepared by a hot Romanian chick wearing yoga pants and a tank top w/ no bra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Yup.

    But at my house, it's prepared by a hot Romanian chick wearing yoga pants and a tank top w/ no bra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlumberKhan View Post
    Yup.

    But at my house, it's prepared by a hot Romanian chick wearing yoga pants and a tank top w/ no bra.
    end damn thread now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Of late, my favorite is a lamb burger with tomato and Tatziki, which I make at home.
    I make mine at home with cilantro, parsley and mint.I cook the burger rare , top it with my own chili-spiced mayo. A few slices of homegrown tomatoes and cucumber ride shotgun.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Boston Patriot View Post

    Recipe of a great burger:

    1/3 to 1/2 Lb ground Beef, Sliced fresh from the garden tomato, Onion (I prefer Yellow), Iceberg lettuce, Cabot seriously sharp cheddar cheese, a very light application of a good blue cheese dressing (preferably home made) and a freshly baked kaiser roll. No Ketchup!
    Marinating the ground beef with worcestershire sauce, French mustard and a dash of liquid smoke and garlic ... will make an ordinary home cooked burger hard to beat.

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    All American Burger, Massapequa, LI

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    Pipers Kilt in Eastchester


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    Trish's Dishes (burger truck)
    Thompson Rd.
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    Fresh seasoned ground beef, fried onions, mustard and a kosher dill on a toasted kaiser. It's like a party... for my mouth.

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