Discussion in 'The Pub' started by 2HBStrat, Apr 19, 2016.
Is it possible to have too much stuff on a hamburger?
Only if you're part of a 'primitive society'.
Need hot peppers
You forgot A-1 Sauce and Blue Cheese crumbles and Bacon!
NO, but after a point you'll need a fork.
i don't always go to 5 guys, but when I do, that's the order (+ jalapenos)
Tomato AND ketchup? No. One or the other (I vote tomato).
Also, Bleu Cheese tastes like nasty old gym socks. Leave that to the French burgers.
Leave off the lettuce and ketchup, and the onions better be grilled. Otherwise, sure, pile on.
On a Krispy Kreme donut
and a fried egg.....
Would work for Dagwood Bumstead.
And about a dozen napkins. Or a straw.
Lettuce, tomato, onion only. Condiments need not apply.
Grilled onions a must.
Raw give me heartburn.
I don't generally combine mayo and mustard.
Other than that, it's not too much, it's not really all that much and actually sounds pretty standard to me. I would expect that many burgers come with cheese, lettuce, tomato and onion-- the condiments might be offered as choices rather than automatically added.
But it's not necessary to have it all either.
Eggs go on breakfast/brunch sandwiches, whole different thing entirely.
Dang! I'm hungry now!
There is a little place in town that serves these little $1.05 hamburgers with just lots of raw onion, pickles and mustard. They are the best thing EvAR ! 1!
It's certainly possible to have too much free time.
The best hamburger I've ever had in my life had an egg on it. It was in a German pub in southern Spain. I don't know how traditional it was, but it was incredible.
No thin sliced Avocado?
Best burger I know of around here was at Kuma's Corner. The heavy metal pub.