Cheese, mayo, mustard, onion, ketchup, pickle, lettuce and tomato....too much?

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  1. 2HBStrat

    2HBStrat Member

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    Is it possible to have too much stuff on a hamburger?
     
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    Only if you're part of a 'primitive society'.
     
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  5. FFTT

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    You forgot A-1 Sauce and Blue Cheese crumbles and Bacon!
     
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    NO, but after a point you'll need a fork.
     
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    i don't always go to 5 guys, but when I do, that's the order (+ jalapenos)
     
  8. Chris Pile

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    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.
     
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    sausagefingers Supporting Member

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    Leave off the lettuce and ketchup, and the onions better be grilled. Otherwise, sure, pile on.
     
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    and a fried egg.....
     
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    vltjd Supporting Member

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    Would work for Dagwood Bumstead.
     
  13. R3deemed

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    And about a dozen napkins. Or a straw.

    Lettuce, tomato, onion only. Condiments need not apply.
     
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    Grilled onions a must.
    Raw give me heartburn.
     
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    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.
     
  16. FFTT

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    Eggs go on breakfast/brunch sandwiches, whole different thing entirely.
     
  17. Dr. Tweedbucket

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    Dang! I'm hungry now! :cry:

    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! :eeks
     
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    It's certainly possible to have too much free time.
     
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    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.
     
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