really? I saw that the other day and thought it might've been a bit cliché, what makes it so great?
It details the invention of the burger (from ground beef on sandwich bread to the amalgam of ingredients it is today), has some great shots of old burger joints, describes all the different type meats that can be used to make one, lists additional ingredients that can change it up, and cheeses that can make it different. my staples for a backyard burger are ground chuck (80/20), season salt, medium cheddar, lettuce, tomato, jalapeno, and sometimes avocado - with a mustard mayo spread and dipped in heinz. pretty standard.
okay, well obviously you know what you're talking about, and that definitely sounds better than i thought, so i'll be sure to pick it up. Btw, I never ever thought about avocado on a burger, i'm not sure why. i'll try that. good call on the chuck too. try some sea salt if you can, and throw a bit on there as soon as you buy it and let it sit overnight. makes a world of difference in my eyes.
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