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Hamburgers

HUSKER HOT SAUCE

Music Soothes My Soul
5 Year Member
Tillamook Sharp Cheddar, fresh sliced Jalepeno's and Baby Bella mushrooms, heated in a table spoon + of olive oil, Kumato tamotoes, lettuce and pink Himalayan salt on the 80/20 burger patties..... with a side of mini tots, sprinkled with garlic salt and crushed black pepper.... on Whole Wheat Sesame seed buns..... YUMMY
 

Red Dead Redemption

Baba Yaga
5 Year Member
Hamburgers are stupid. Dumbest of all the food groups. A top AND a bottom? Moronic! I tried one once several years agp, and it was awful. Why any fool would like them ill never understand. Just put dirt in your mouth, idiot.
 
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NU_Alum

All American
2 Year Member
Toasted bun, gruyere cheese, patty cooked with a touch of butter melting on top, mix a little hot sauce into the meat before you form the patties, roasted garlic...that's a freaking amazing burger.
 

Bean

Grey Shirt
5 Year Member
This Chain Beat In-n-Out as America’s Favorite Burger Spot

In December 2018, Restaurant Business released a special report that broke down America’s favorite restaurant chains by service type (Quick Service, Fast Casual, Family Dining, and Casual Dining), by generation, and by menu type, including Mexican, Italian, chicken, seafood, and, of course, burgers. It gathered the data from the Technomic Ignite: Consumer program, an ongoing study that tracks restaurant chains’ performances by evaluating the responses of more than 100,000 consumers.

The result? America’s favorite burger chain is Culver’s, the Midwest-based fast-casual restaurant chain best known for its ButterBurgers.
https://www.restaurantbusinessonline.com/special-reports/americas-favorite-chains-menu-segment#page=3

It was a close race. Culver’s overall score was 56.7 percent, and In-n-Out’s was 56.3 percent. However, Culver’s did have the higher marks when it came to Ambiance/Appearance, Food/Beverage, and Takeout/Convenience. The two categories in which In-n-Out came out on top were Value and Service/Hospitality (though only by 0.3 percent for the latter).

Like In-n-Out, Culver’s is not available nationwide. It has locations in 24 states, predominantly in the Midwest and Southeast with no locations in the Northeast.
https://www.culvers.com/locator
http://www.in-n-out.com/locations
 
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chicago husker

Scout Team
2 Year Member
This Chain Beat In-n-Out as America’s Favorite Burger Spot

In December 2018, Restaurant Business released a special report that broke down America’s favorite restaurant chains by service type (Quick Service, Fast Casual, Family Dining, and Casual Dining), by generation, and by menu type, including Mexican, Italian, chicken, seafood, and, of course, burgers. It gathered the data from the Technomic Ignite: Consumer program, an ongoing study that tracks restaurant chains’ performances by evaluating the responses of more than 100,000 consumers.

The result? America’s favorite burger chain is Culver’s, the Midwest-based fast-casual restaurant chain best known for its ButterBurgers.
https://www.restaurantbusinessonline.com/special-reports/americas-favorite-chains-menu-segment#page=3

It was a close race. Culver’s overall score was 56.7 percent, and In-n-Out’s was 56.3 percent. However, Culver’s did have the higher marks when it came to Ambiance/Appearance, Food/Beverage, and Takeout/Convenience. The two categories in which In-n-Out came out on top were Value and Service/Hospitality (though only by 0.3 percent for the latter).

Like In-n-Out, Culver’s is not available nationwide. It has locations in 24 states, predominantly in the Midwest and Southeast with no locations in the Northeast.
https://www.culvers.com/locator
http://www.in-n-out.com/locations
First off i must have paid 2 years last year as i should be toast by now that or i am kaput at the end of Feb. or will be an occasional lurker.
That said I have a Culver's very close to me and their burgers suck, french fries are horrible and i haven't found a thing on their menu that i like.
 

HUSKER HOT SAUCE

Music Soothes My Soul
5 Year Member
This Chain Beat In-n-Out as America’s Favorite Burger Spot

In December 2018, Restaurant Business released a special report that broke down America’s favorite restaurant chains by service type (Quick Service, Fast Casual, Family Dining, and Casual Dining), by generation, and by menu type, including Mexican, Italian, chicken, seafood, and, of course, burgers. It gathered the data from the Technomic Ignite: Consumer program, an ongoing study that tracks restaurant chains’ performances by evaluating the responses of more than 100,000 consumers.

The result? America’s favorite burger chain is Culver’s, the Midwest-based fast-casual restaurant chain best known for its ButterBurgers.
https://www.restaurantbusinessonline.com/special-reports/americas-favorite-chains-menu-segment#page=3

It was a close race. Culver’s overall score was 56.7 percent, and In-n-Out’s was 56.3 percent. However, Culver’s did have the higher marks when it came to Ambiance/Appearance, Food/Beverage, and Takeout/Convenience. The two categories in which In-n-Out came out on top were Value and Service/Hospitality (though only by 0.3 percent for the latter).

Like In-n-Out, Culver’s is not available nationwide. It has locations in 24 states, predominantly in the Midwest and Southeast with no locations in the Northeast.
https://www.culvers.com/locator
http://www.in-n-out.com/locations
Haven't tried Culver's, however, The Habit, is way better than In-N-Out. Their flash fried tempura battered green beans are fantastic and a great substitute for french fries. I still don't get the love for In-N-Out.
 

ColoREDo

REDo posts matter!!!
10 Year Member
Haven't tried Culver's, however, The Habit, is way better than In-N-Out. Their flash fried tempura battered green beans are fantastic and a great substitute for french fries. I still don't get the love for In-N-Out.
I am not going to listen to anyone who is pushing green beans as a substitute to french fries. Good day to you sir. :mad:
 

BuffSurveyor

All American
10 Year Member
Haven't tried Culver's, however, The Habit, is way better than In-N-Out. Their flash fried tempura battered green beans are fantastic and a great substitute for french fries. I still don't get the love for In-N-Out.
I've been to an In-N-Out. I can think if several places which have better burgers.
 
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chicago husker

Scout Team
2 Year Member
for what it's worth which isn't much i have never found a better burger than i make myself Most burgers are smothered with this or that, whiskey added, flavor this or flavor that. All bull crap in my opinion. I want a burger that i can taste the meat like a steak, fresh ground 80 to 85% and loosely packed, grilled at high heat on my grill griddle to get that perfect crust. only condiments are a bit of iceburg lettuce, a thin slice of red onion, a thin slice of cheese optional and a bit of mayo on a toasted bun. A loosed packed burger cooks quicker and retains the moisture. It is an art and God i love the art of grilling.
 
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