Egg in a burger
more acceptable than tomatoes on a burg
Only Onions are an acceptable veggie on a burg if you ask me
Pretty common actually, what's your point OP
I feel like this is how Eurocucks eat burgers
Even then I can't believe it. People like to stereotype the burger as American, but really fucking everyone loves a really good burger, and we all eat them more or less the same. The only people who would eat a burger with utensils are snobby rich people who would eat even pizza with a fork
I never said tomatoes where a veggie :^)
Only said Onions are the only acceptable veggie.
They have this at Red Robins and Fuddruckers
I hope you realize they do this at American restaurants right?
Jalapenos are okay, but then you're getting into some overmade restaurant crap that probably isn't worth it.
Avocado only belongs on hipster food. Don't get me wrong, I like a hipster sandwich with avocado, just not a burger.
you made an assumption. And you know what they say about assumptions
makes an "ass" out of "u" and "mptions".
>eats dot dog with knife and fork
t. greasy shining finger
Japan has done worth things to burgers.
>mfw a Whopper with pumpkin slices.
Who thinks this shit up? Can we throw him off a bridge?
so.. question for burger eater out there, is there any burger with pork meat?
>eating finger food with utensils
want me to hold your purse to?
Eggs go with everything
prove me wrong
They do far wierder shit to pizza. I'm pretty sure Pizza Hut has broken the Geneva Convention at some point there.
>tomatoes are a fruit.
Yes autist, we all know this, this is the least fun fact that everyone has ever heard
You know why some people call them a vegetable? because in culinary they are used like a vegetable, and you know what, more people cook then are fucking botinists so yea can you just fuck off with this shit.
So what's the patrician way to order a burger? Whenever I get a burger at a restaurant, they ask me how I would like it cooked as if it were a steak, but it isn't a steak and I just end up ordering medium every time.
I like my meat medium rare.
But have it done for burgers, else the meat juice make it all soggy.
Porridge is a form of cereal
Eggs go on oat meal
Your proof has been disproven
reminds me of this
Is there a Gordon Ramsey of anime? only one I can think of is pick related
By the way, I always order my steak rare at a good restaurant, medium rare if it's a shittier place.
I never got the controversy about this. Wouldn't it be healthier than having those huge buns? All that cheese kind of looks gross, though.
On the side. It's as if some people don't know how to have a king's breakfast.
1 toasted western sandwich with 2 bowls of cereal and 4 pan sized pancakes. 6 breakfast sized sausages(beef or turkey) and 3 slices of ham. Finally wash it all down with a liter of chocolate milk. Wait 3 hours then go to the gym, have a small protein focused post workout snack then a large salad 2 hours before bed.
Not really. High fat beef is used for burgers, and you can easily have a tender texture when cooked well done. That doesn't mean burning it, but the contamination risk for ground beef is much higher than a steak. When you order it at a restaurant, you have no idea how it's prepared, whether it's recently ground, or how old it is. If the burgers you cook well done are turning out tough, then you need to learn how to cook.
>call it HAM + burger
>its beef meat
Why isn't this a burg thread, /a/ you're disappointing me.
It's the same thing but sideway anyway.
Between here and /jp/ you don't have enough already?
>Tried a rare steak once and enjoyed it immensely
>mfw I order rare every once in a while
>mfw friends, waiter and family give me funny looks
>mfw the cook refuses to do rare
Am I eating steak wrong /a/?
>Egg in a burger
not even a Japanese thing. this is a Texas thing. Back in the 90's when the cowboys were winning super-bowls their O-line was famous for eating these 4000 cal superburgers which were basically 1 pound of bacon, 4 fried eggs, 2 pounds of ground beef, a wheel of cheese sandwiched between half a loaf of fried bread.
sort of similar to OP's pic, only much greasier and bigger.
I lost half my stomach and intestines in a sledding accident when I was 6
Hello from Burgerland, there's more than McDonalds here and this chain serves this breakfast burger all day
What I seen from a food tv show that talks about the histories of Food
It was the Dutch who made them first but because everyone shits on you guys other nations took the idea and grew on it
I apologize Anon, I was under the impression that everyone is in peak fighting form.
Belgium has been frying them with their fish since the 1600s. They got the name because what we know as french fries today (before that we in the US fried potato wedges) was from American GIs in WW1 being introduced to them in Belgium, and the official language of Belgium is French, so the soldiers called them french fries.
>he doesnt know the pure heavenly joy of an egg fried soft on a burger with chees bacon lettuce and onion.
you must not be american, and if you are you need to renounce your citizenship this instant.
Reminder they created a burger so american, that even I as an american felt I wasn't patriotic enough to eat it. Also it looks disgusting.
I hope this comes back.
No, it's a Hardee's / Carls Jr.
The difference is that Hardee's has thickburgers. Burger King has shitburgers.
you can fuck right off with that cardboard trash, commie.
well Seattle is a shit state so no surprise
Not gonna say exactly where, but it was a certain steakhouse in Texas of all places. Kinda blew me away the first time it happened.
>>154602455 likely has it right though. Make me sad though.
You know what, I'm gonna say it,
I fucking hate eggs. It doesn't matter how much you cook it or season it, I always have and always hate eggs. They're a disgusting runny mucus and I don't know why anyone decided that eating them was a good idea.
You realize tomatoes are both right? A fruit is a part of a plant, a vegetable is a culinary designation. No specific part of the plant is the "vegetable". Other things that are both include eggplants and avocados.
I meant city.
don't anime smug me
>Go to Red Robin and order their Royal Red Robin Burger®
>Excited because it's the first time having an egg on my burger
>Bite into it and the yolk breaks and runs everywhere
>Egg yolk all over my hands and running down my arms
>Bun gets all soggy
>Have to use a hundred napkins, this burger is a mess
>Eventually break down and eat my burger with a knife and fork like a degenerate
Egg on burger, never again
I have never seen a restaurant in the US that won't serve a fucking steak rare. Most menus will even say "raw or undercooked food may increase the chance of illness" or something like that to cover their asses. I don't think I'm buying this.
Bitch, Whatashit is pretty much Carl's Jr. lite. I'd sooner go to the Burger King next door to the one near my house.
And just to shit on Texas chains even more, I'll take Polo Loco over Taco Cabana any day.
Simply having that warning is not a valid legal excuse if you give a customer food poisoning. Just like how just because a video game company makes you sign an EULA doesn't actually protect them from the law.
anon there are idiots in every state. There are high taxes ill give you that. Dude though like we have the best food, weather, and girls.
what shitty state are you from?
go back to /r9k/ anon
everybody knows torchy's is THE place for tacos lad, come on.
>Simply having that warning is not a valid legal excuse if you give a customer food poisoning.
Actually it does as long as there was previously a case that set a precedent. Hence why Starbucks is protected from now on as long as they put the "caution: contents will be hot" on their cup.
>He doesn't have mayo and ketchup mixed together to make the ultimate burger sauce
What a fag
Yeah, but your idiots are ones I also disagree with, politically. I hate your shitty Mexican food and shitty fast food restaurants, hate hot weather, and hate sluts.
Of course, I live in a "fly-over" state, so you'll always feel unjustifiably superior, but I'm pretty happy here. And normalfags should fuck off from /a/.
Also I'm guilty of using Wendy's chocolate milkshake as a dip for fries when I was a kid. Sweet and salty worked super well.
the only reason to go to wendys and the baconator
That's a big ass glass of iced tea.
Come to think f it, What's the best drink with a burger?
Hard mode: no cola.
The only nasty taste in your mouth is your breath, you know nothing of patrician flavors or tastes. I would say castrate yourself but you're better off cutting out your tongue first!
only 11:30 here, but it's also my first meal of the day
my other options at almost midnight are shitty fast food burgers and i already have these here
plus i can put a fried egg on them at home
Pibb is actually superior to Dr. Pepper, it doesn't belong on a picture of cheap imitations.
Mr. Pibb hasn't existed for like 15 years either, it's all just Pibb Xtra now. At least in the states.
>ordering a steak rare : okay
>ordering a ground beef burger rare : as unlikely as it actually is for this to be a health risk why would you want to risk it
im not saying burn it but jeez, biting into pink and seeing blood run out of it.. why would you prefer this.
>he's never had omurice with chocolate drizzle
Oh my sweet summer child.
Her first time eating a double down?
>mfw I'll probably never eat one
>McDonald's made a 1 minute anime to hire people.
Burger King anime when?
>. Just like how just because a video game company makes you sign an EULA doesn't actually protect them from the law.
Actually it does in most cases, the fact it doesn't is a myth.
I would love a 2017 revival of this again. Wheelchair and all
Manager was cute.
That thing came out in early 2016. It's long gone.
McDonald's had a full-length anime, too.
Unless you're physically incapable of eating one than you aren't American.
It means you're immature. I'm sure there's a baby-play subreddit that's more your speed, where you can talk about applesauce and Barney.
There is nothing to be proud about here. There is no "beautiful but simple" flavor to a plain hamburger with ketchup. I'm sure you're too dense to draw the parallel to anything else.
My fucking god, I wish this was a real series.
So I had this yellow house a few blocks down from my place. It had a metal taco truck van connected to the garage with plywood. And some chairs around a couple tables in what used to be the living room. REAL fucking burrritoes and Tacos. Best shit I ever ate in my life. The head cook was an old Mexican lady who looked like she flirted with Cortez when she was in her thirties. It was called Martins. I ate there all the time. Then I took a break for a few months. When I came back they had changed the sign to some bullshit La La Cantina name or some shit. I walk inside to find a cash register and a white girl who handed out plastic menues. I already knew in my heart what had happened. But I ordered anyways. It was shit. Americanized white people mexican food. I legitimately cried that night.
I just don't like the texture of lettuce, tomatoes, or onions, and don't like the taste of cheese. I admit, I started eating that way when I was a kid, and haven't gotten around to trying it again, but it works for me. If you think that eating your burger with more stuff makes you some kind of big mature man, I think that you're the immature one.
That sounds like a terrible loss. I remember the taco man on the corner got arrested once and he was replaced by another Mexican within that same week. I tasted his tacos expecting them to be worse, but they were actually better. Moral of the story is, if you live in LA there is always an abundance of Mexicans willing to sell you a bag of tacos.
I lived in Glendale myself, a 10 minute drive from downtown LA. The swarm of street vendors on 6th street and around Macarthur Park always had someone selling tacos or Pupusas for a dollar or Tamales for a dollar fifty.
It's not the same now that I moved to Dallas. Just thinking about it makes me want to cry.
>Used to eat burgers just meat bun ketchup
>Now eat whatever they put even if it doesn't taste better
I don't even know if it's that much healthier, but that's the reason why I do it.
Also don't trust the ground beef I buy at grocery stores to cook it medium. Though that also has to do with the fact that the patties I get are a full inch thick and compressing it just stretches the gluten and breaks it apart (Costco's thick patties next to normal ground beef).
Has your family never had a barbecue or anything? I find that really fucking crazy. I mean I think I've gone a few months, maybe even a year without eating a burger, but I always end up having some event with burgers in it.
As a kid I didn't eat meat because MUH MORALS and even though i grew out of it I never bothered to try red meat and still have no real desire to. I tried steak once and didn't like it and I tried pork once and also didn't like it unless I absolutely overcooked it till it just basically became bacon anyways.
I eat chicken and seafood but that's about it for meats, aside from the occasional bacon or hot dog.
That makes a lot more sense. I know have plenty of Indian friends who grew up vegetarian and never eat meat even though they don't consider themselves consciously vegetarian and have tried meat now. Honestly I grew up too spoiled with my diet and find it hard to ever want to eat salads. Kinda nice to be satisfied with eating generally cheaper shit.
I was vegetarian for 9 years, starting at five and ending at fourteen. At first, it was because of MUH MORALS, but then it turned into pure stubbornness, because my mother constantly said I would quit "any day now." Eventually, she relented, and so did I.
I do that with curry ketchup instead of regular ketchup.
Shit is so good.
Who /White Castle/ here?
>Krystal eating poorfags that live in the south need not reply
>Not enjoying the rich velvety texture of a runny yolk naturally adding a thick delicious sauce to your meal
Fag, fat is flavour, and guess what the yolk is? Compliments anything.