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Do you guys ever wonder if we might have been able to do a bit better with the hamburger? I see pulled pork in that, and instinctively I know it's an excellent idea. But as to the burger's actual construction, I feel like pulled pork would fall out very easily.
I wonder if buns would work better as a pouch.
>tfw you tried to invent a hybrid bacon, cheese, and fried chicken burger patty but it fell apart
Look, I see what you're saying, but I really think this progressive burgerism is going too far.
So a little bit of pork or onions fall off? It's fine, just be careful and keep it over the plate for an extra second. We don't need to protect people from falling burger debris, we can trust them to be able to cope.
What is that muslim cock sandwich, this is burger thread only
We don't know that, what if it already is? We can hardly deny that, aside a few topping changes, the relative state of the burger has been largely unchanged in generations. What good can come from fundamentally altering the burger? It's irresponsible change for the sake of change.
This guy gets it. We don't need to change the burger, we just need to understand it more.
I'm going to try to make a burger inspired by that.
>fried chicken breast
I shall call it the niggerburger.
I want to add blue cheese, but that would be too much for a nigger's palate. I need to stick to the theme.
Fun fact: this is what passes for a burger in the UK
Youd think that all the product testers would tell them that it's fucking disgusting before they wasted their money and put it on a shelf. If anyone buys this outside of pure curiosity they should be burned at the stake for heresy.
Britbong here, how about this? Is this acceptable, Burger Gods?
The best burger in America, in all my lengthy travels, is in Hannibal, Missouri. A place called Drake's Steak and Ale. It's an open-faced burger with pulled pork, onions, bacon.
Horseshoe sandwiches in Springfield, IL are good, too.
Looks like the burgers I get in Mexico. Those shits are delicious.
Anybody else imagine the cow's misery while eating a burger and just enjoy it more?
You americans real like go to white castle?
This burguer looks like so.... Bland
You called me fat, you stupid chink.
>he called me a nigger
Please, you chinks have no soul. Name one single innovation to come from your overpopulated piece of shit part of the world.
of course only a burger can fit one of those into his mouth
Can you Eurofags fuck off please??? Aside from the Brits all non North Americans should probably fuck off preaching health advice and go to their Pilates class.
fuck you fat boy i dot need to explain shit to you
you're our bitch now
each time our nations meet for any official reason your national anthem should be this
get fucked fat boy
Triple coronary bypass burger, Vortex, Atlanta, GA. What a time to be alive!
Daily reminder that most euroqueers and ausfats enjoy "kebab" more than burgers
>cucked by food
In Canada we have a burger in our capital Ottawa which the meat is a beaver tail fried in maple syrup on rye bread. In the Atlantic provinces you can catch a lobster roll too. Canada is the King of Cuisine.
Based. Almost Famous is bretty good too.
well, you squeeze it together, and take a bite. some people like to dissect their burgers and eat the segments separately! but for the most part, you can't. they're kind of supposed to be ridiculous and messy, and to have a fun interaction with them is part of the experience of such a delicious treat. :D
with deep fried cheese curds and a root beer
hell yeah nigga, these waffle fries have melted brie on them. shits so cash
Recently tried Five guys and it definitely was not worth almost $8.
Basically a homade burger
No In-N-Out or Whataburger around here to try sadly
canadian anon, come visit new joisey if you want the best burgers (and sides) like this. check the menu for this place
We can clearly see that it's marketed to people who go camping in remote places and need easy to store and maintain food.
A good advertisement for that would show a couple camping on a mountain for a week and then bringing a delicious fresh cheeseburger out of their bag whilst enjoying the view.
Twisted Root Burger - Texas. If anyone comes through north texas go eat at Twisted Root Burger. There's several locations and it's all good.
Plus, rarely see darkies in there.
oh please, you're barely one step above poo in loo.
Culver's is good, I just wish the burger was a tiny less greasy.
I go to Culver's for their frozen custard all the time though
>2 scoop flavor of the day with hot fudge and whipped cream
The Jersey Shore burger and Tempura Avocado pork roll look like fucking holy incarnations. Sadly when I got to the US I usually don't go east of Illinois (I live in Alberta)
Burgers are also completely jew and muzzie free. Burgers are truly the purest form of food.
One of the better ones I've had in this country.. Too bad we don't really have a burger-culture.
thats unfortunate anon... one if the times you come here, you should try and visit joisey, if only for the burger. NJs not as bad as the entire internet and pop culture tries to make it out to be. Really the only downsides to jersey are camden, newark, and property taxes.
if you live in monmouth county, you dont see that many of them. And the ones you do are usually the rich doctor ones who act whiter then britbongs. The mexicans are really what pisses me off, but they are easily avoided.
that heroin epidemic tho, newark is just as filled with it as the other two.
But yes, overall newarks not too bad tbqh
>fuck the captchas
>suck my dick while I eat this burger
You are shit. And your country is shit. And the better parts are now under russian control.Shut the fuck up before Putin closes the gas pipe and your country will freeze like a dog turd in January.
Best burger I ever had was this mushroom/truffle burger from this really expensive, pretentious place - the kind of place that "deconstructs" food and sort of dabbles in the whole microgastronomy thing.
It was expensive but delicious. Every time I have a burger I remember it, and nothing quite lives up to it.
Made these suckers a few years ago. The key to making a good Luther is listening to Luther Vandross while you make them.
>a whole fucking loaf of meat between two donuts
It was pretty good, but like all I ate for a whole day.
honestly what's the point I could never fit that entire thing into my mouth. the whole point of a burger is layered goodness. i'd have to eat each part of that separately because the meat is so thick and huge.
Thousand island type sauce is terrible on everything else but best burger topping
For a burger on it's own that isn't a part of a challenge or isn't a novelty, I have to admit the best ones are the simplest.
Every burger I have ever eaten with double meat and double cheese has never been as good as the single meat and single cheese version of it. It is always unbalanced otherwise. The double meat and cheese will always over power the vegetables and forces you to squish it together as well which then causes the meats juices to run out of the patty.
Personally, I think a good burger is about being in balance with all the ingredients on it. Where you need to be able to stimulate the different tastes of the tongue from the ingredients used and have different textures as well from a smart layering of ingredients and condiments, whilst also be visually appealing while keeping all of these different aspects in balance.
For example, this is what I think of as a good burger.
Bun (burger) lightly toasted
Mustard, tomato sauce / ketchup. At a ratio of: 1:5
sliced onion (white)
American cheese slice
35/65 burger patty coarsely ground cooked to a medium / well done state
Reasoning for this: Burger buns such that it is light but not greasy like a brioche bun.
Sauces because they're classic sauces and obviously a better sauce could be used.
sliced white onion because the texture goes well with the sauces and also cuts the fatty flavour of the meat
sliced pickles to help cut the fatty flavour of the meat
Tomato slice for some vegetable and to also some umami flavour.
Mayonaise to keep the tomato and lettuce from not sliding everywhere.
Lettuce for texture
Cheese because a burger without cheese is boring
Meat for flavour and texture
In case you're wondering, those things on the side are the biggest, best god damn cheese curds ever
You are everything that's wrong with 4chan these days and while I'd like to write a 3-paragraph diatribe on just how much I hate you, I'll condense it to just one sentence so as to hold your toddler-level attention span:
I hope you get cut into quarters by a chainsaw made of dicks, you blithering mongoloid.
You haven't offered a single fucking image to this thread. Not a single fucking one. You're nitpicking posts like a niggerfagot and I wish you would get hit by a fucking car the next time you go outside, which is gonna be a while because you're too busy sucking dick over at your moms house.
Post some content before you go on a little passive aggressive rant like the dicklicking bull-milking pole-rider you are you fucking muslim jew-waxer.
Post a burger cock wipe, instead of critiquing other people's posts like you own this stupid gook basketweaving site. Oh wait, you won't because you're a fuckstain I can't seem to buff out of my shoes. Get killed, nigger.
Make the patty thinner than you would normally, the meat will pull together towards the center. This ensures your patties aren't too hockeypuck like.
Fresh ground black pepper, garlic salt, onion powder, worcestershire sauce, and a small amount of hot sauce
Now a days I only make burgers weird ways, but classic burgers are good to.
>68.8% of American adults overweight or obese
>67% of male and 57% of female British adults over weight or obese
Literally just google.
Statistics sure are a bitch when you can't read 'em xoxo
The greatest burger ever? Smokehaus in Cardiff, Wales
and those weird red french fries you get in American school lunches. Hell i'd get the beef burger, and mix the fries and sauce in there with some lettuce. Tasted close to good fast food.
Grilled Cheeseburger from Original Joe's in Calgary. Texas toast, 3 cheese's, fried onions. Shit was delicious the one time I got to have it.
I'll take a double triple bossy deluxe, on a raft, 4x4 animal style, extra shingles with a shimmy and a squeeze, light axle grease, make it cry, burn it, and let it swim.
The burger is grilled, so it has a fantastic grilled taste. Also the meat is very carefully sourced, so it's fine rare or med rare. But at $16 it ain't cheap. Still, if I'm going to eat a pink burger I'm happy to pay to know how the meat is sourced. Because if they can't tell me that I won't eat it pink.
>paying extra for something better is "hipster" and makes me angry.
This is the second best burger I've had. Hope it doesn't trigger you. The beef is from LaFrieda.
Alright so what im thinking is being a cheap cunt and buying just a generic brand light mayo.
>Finely diced chilli's
>Sprinkle of chilli powder
>Small clove of garlic
Haven't tried it before so it might be a hit might be a miss