Where can you find the world's biggest burger? With fierce competition, it's hard to keep up, so here are the most recent claimants to the record.
Those who know fries know that the standard, mediocre orders stand worlds apart from the outstanding examples.
When I go to my local In-N-Out, at least once a week, I either park and go inside to eat or speak (shriek) into the intercom: "Ordering a 3x3, medium rare, well-toasted bun, animal style, cut in half, with a side order of peppers. And well-done fries."
Let's face it, you can get a burger nearly anywhere you go. And while a lot of those burgers are the same, a few stand out. I've chosen five burgers that are audaciously outside the box.
Being someone who, for the most part, strictly abstains from fast food, I was interested to see what someone who plans the menu of a nationwide chain had to say about the process behind what they serve.
Rosebud Prime serves a massive, 14 ounce burger that is nearing perfection. The voluptuous prime beef patty avoids the mushiness and inconsistent preparation that is common with other larger patties around Chicago.
America rarely makes it onto lists of the world's healthiest or fittest countries. We're known for Texas-sized portions and places like the Heart Att...
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The bacon-shrimp burger -- thanks to the wood, the smoke, the flame -- tastes like a campground. There's a salty crust, and the creamy interior is sprinkled with red pepper flakes.
Whether it's a wrap or a panini, on a baguette or a bun, nearly every culture has recognized that there's something to be said about putting the perfect combination of ingredients on bread.
In 2012, the hamburger is prominently woven in the fabric of our day-to-day lives. Whether it be in your local family restaurant or your higher end sit-down establishment, the hamburger has a place everywhere.
That's-A-Burger easily earned our prestigious "Tier 1 - Elite" category, a feat that just eight of the city's best burgers can claim.
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Exotic and McDonald's don't really belong in the same sentence, do they? Words more commonly associated with the burger giant tend to be "obesity" and "suburbia," unless, of course, you hit the road.
In metro Detroit, our little white huts of bite-sized burger worship have been around longer than most of us have been alive. Part of their appeal is their nostalgic sentimental value; the other part is their food: fast, cheap and greasy.