Eggs in everything is the worst current food trend. Especially with avocados and hamburgers. Gross yolk ruins a perfectly good hamburger. And burgers must be cooked well done, no exceptions.
I think it's scotch egg with yellow and red tomatos covered in feta and fresh herb. I'm not sure since the inside is fucking green and I have no idea how they got an avocado in there.
On a bacon cheeseburger it's divine. I don't know what that other anon is going on about, it doesn't mask the flavor of the beef one bit, it only compliments.
Not that I'd take that every time on a cheeseburger.
Wow, I've never heard of adding eggs to anything! What is this ZZZZANY new food trend?! Egg on a burger? Say it ain't so!
Egg on burger is the best.
Try a burger with picked beets, pineapple and an egg, heavly
"I got an idea, lets place some gooey protein on that solid protein, and then lets add some salty protein."
Aren't burgers fine with just the beef? Why must they add more of the same? Maybe put some veggies on that burger. Avocado, tomato, cheese, onions, sprouts, slaw, etc. All these add extra nutrients not present in meat products.
That egg inside an avocado looks interesting though.
Egg yolks are pretty much the theme of mayonnaise. If you don't like either one, you wouldn't like it on a burger either I'm sure. It doesn't make it wrong, however, to offer one, nor disgusting, it just means you're closed minded or lacking education, or picky and don't like to mix your foods.
I will eat a well done burger unless I know the restaurant is known for steak and specializes in making their burgers fresh, at the right grind, and made to order. If it's preground and not butchered on site, then the sensible thing to do is to order it at a safe temp at that specific restaurant. Flavor and texture preferences aside, someone who has some firm rule against well done is lacking an education, not some expert of any regard. Sadly we don't all show or dine at the right sort of place every day. The more you know about kitchens, the more you'd not assume the ability to get something rare is some kind of fact of assurance that you should.
I think food trends are fun if they are offered as a choice. To find them offensive is simply having them shoved down your throat too often without other options. To call egg on a food a real trend though is stupid. If anything, the jury is now out on them not being taboo in a healthy diet more than 1-2/week, so its simply a matter of having them as cheap protein agan where we were avoiding them a bit for a while as too decadent.
I don't think it's picky to not like certain food combinations, however it does seem that OPs opinion stems from autism and the attitude that it simply isn't the proper way to do it (again, autism).
Certain food combinations just taste bad together, although it's always interesting to try them.
I'm with you on the meat thing, providing the restaurant had a grinding system they could take apart easily and sterilize thoroughly every day.
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>burgers should be cooked well done
Come on OP you're better than this
Sorry OP. Egg on a burger is just too fuckin good. Get mad
You're an idiot, but you're right in principle.
When you're buying ground beef from the supermarket, it's a good idea to cook it until well-done; pre-ground beef is sourced from more than one animal sometimes, and that marginally increases the chances of something wacky hiding in it.
If you grind your own or have your butcher grind it for you, then feel free to cook your burgers as you like.
Eh, Kuma's Corner does a great egg burger. It balances real well with the pretzel buns (objectively delicious with the salt and good chewy texture) and frizzled onion. It's a heart attack, but you're already drinking top quality beers so fuck your health.
That and they're so huge I almost always take half home with me unless I plan ahead and don't eat all day.
Egg can absolutely compliment a burger. I like mine mostly cooked through, with just enough runny yolk to get sucked up by the med-rare thick patty. Even better with a bison burger when I want to splurge. Adds a good amount of fat and the moisture actually holds it all together like glue.
>go to any restaurant
>can add on fried eggs to any item
>$2.00 per egg
this is what I hate the most about this egg trend
should be a buck, tops. Fucking shit lords.
Nevermind the avocado add-on.
Eggs on a burger isnt a trend. You just werent paying attention. Theyve been putting eggs on everything in Japan for decades. Also, here in the US, ive been seeing eggs on burgers for about 6 years or so at big chains, and waaay longer than that at mom and pop diners.
Whats next, you gonna tell me egg McMuffins are a fad too?