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Jackson Hole Wyoming, which was a restaurant in New York City. Wimp that I am, I settled for a pizza burger with mozz. cheese and pizza sauce. My wife picked something call a "Copsegmore" which was piled with cheese and peppers and mushrooms. Thing had to be about six inches high or more.

http://www.jacksonholeburgers.com/default.htm
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Black Bear Tavern in Woodstock, NY. Outstanding burger, absolutely fantastic.
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I have to give a second shout out to another local gem, the stromboli burger at Mike's Burger Royal. They invented the stromboli sandwhich (not to be confused with the pizza thing) "On a day in 1954, Mike Aquino Sr. had a brainstorm. He decided to invent a new sandwich. He took a combination of grilled French bread, Cappacollo Ham, melted Provolone, and a homemade Italian chili sauce and combined them to make an outstanding sandwich." The burger takes this combination and adds... a burger. Genius.
http://www.gonzagabulletin.com/2.5566/it......1.852511

The place I really miss is Burger Basket. They were around when I was a kid and they made ginormous and insanely good burgers. No idea why they didn't last.
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"In-N-Out" without a doubt! I even have their bumper sticker on my work trailer.


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Either I just don't pay attention as long as it tastes good or I haven't had My ultimate burger yet. I can't say I have had an awesome burger ever. I have made good one's on my own of course and had other very good ones made for me. But I can't really describe any of them as being awesome. I know I suck but oh well.

I will say that the ones I enjoy the most is when I eat a burger with a jalapeno on the side or with them on the burger.

I like IN-N-Out Burger. I like Burger King, Wendy's. Mc D's is fine if the other's aren't near by. but non of them have served me an awesome burger as of yet.
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On 2011-09-03 09:20, Doomo wrote:
No place can beat a really good home made burger... Just a fact... Make yer own mayo. Heirloom tomatoes... Great cheddar. Red onions. But most important... Excellent beef... And DON'T get really lean meat. When it gets important, remember... FAT is FLAVOR! And for gods sake... DON'T OVERCOOK it! If you are too chicken to eat rare meat... Then go to McDonalds and be quiet...

Best fast food burger... In- N - Out ... DD AS w/fries...


Rare steaks are one thing rare hamburger is another. Rare stakes you hardly ever run into a problem health wise with. ground beef is another subject the reason is self explanatory. whatever is on the outside of the meet that isn't good is in all the ground up meat when it isn't fully cooked. A steak whatever bacteria is there is cooked away since it's on the outside. If you don't understand that you need to get a better education.
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As we all know private luxury jets are being used by the CIA to fly terrorist suspects to be tortured abroad and are stocked with champagne, caviare, fruit platters and that the CIA haven't paid the bill of the charter companies which supplied the corporate jets and crews and so on, but what we don't know is if the charter companies are providing burgers for these flights but if they are then I bet they are sumptuous awesome ones.
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On 2011-09-06 01:47, RS1963 wrote:
Either I just don't pay attention as long as it tastes good or I haven't had My ultimate burger yet. I can't say I have had an awesome burger ever. I have made good one's on my own of course and had other very good ones made for me. But I can't really describe any of them as being awesome.


You probably just haven't had your ultimate burger yet. I was the same way until I had a burger at the Black Bear Tavern in Woodstock, NY. Before that I never ate a burger and proclaimed it the most awesome burger ever.
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Cassell's on 6th, in L.A., are about as big as a small plate, and the toppings make a clean and elegant burger. No piled-high impossible-to-eat jaw dropper, just a good, large burger ground fresh in the A.M. and fresh everything. They've been there for about 50 years, I think.
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On 2011-09-03 09:20, Doomo wrote:
No place can beat a really good home made burger... Just a fact... Make yer own mayo. Heirloom tomatoes... Great cheddar. Red onions. But most important... Excellent beef... And DON'T get really lean meat. When it gets important, remember... FAT is FLAVOR! And for gods sake... DON'T OVERCOOK it! If you are too chicken to eat rare meat... Then go to McDonalds and be quiet...

Best fast food burger... In- N - Out ... DD AS w/fries...


Rare steaks are one thing rare hamburger is another. Rare stakes you hardly ever run into a problem health wise with. ground beef is another subject the reason is self explanatory. whatever is on the outside of the meet that isn't good is in all the ground up meat when it isn't fully cooked. A steak whatever bacteria is there is cooked away since it's on the outside. If you don't understand that you need to get a better education.


Whoa there slick... Iffin yer gonna get rude... First of all. I either grind my own or have it ground... And I have NEVER had a problem... I am WELL aware of the potential issues. So go get yer own education before you start making rash assumptions.

And iffin ya wanna talk dangerous foods... Lets look at the really dangerous ones... Like Seafood... Some of the parasites contained there are truly horrific.

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On 2011-09-06 12:20, Tom Jorgenson wrote:
Cassell's on 6th, in L.A., are about as big as a small plate, and the toppings make a clean and elegant burger. No piled-high impossible-to-eat jaw dropper, just a good, large burger ground fresh in the A.M. and fresh everything. They've been there for about 50 years, I think.


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