What Would You Like On Your Hamburger?

Oh…you have enough for me to have seconds? Let’s make this one mayo, lettuce, tomato and anther Pacifico to wash it down.

I’d like mine with just cheese, avacado and onion, please. And I’d like one of those awesome bakery-style buns, if you’ve got one.

A thick slice of cheddar
A handful of chopped raw white onions
Sliced avocado
Several slices of tomatoes
Lots of salt and pepper

No condiments please, unless you have horseradish sauce.

And I’d like a margarita please; frozen if possible, hold the salt.

God, now I’m really freakin’ hungry.

First one: Bacon, buttery fried onions, melted cheddar cheese, and barbecue sauce on a toasted onion roll. I would add a thick slab of sliced tomato, too, but tomatoes won’t be any good this time of year.

Second: Jack cheese, Dijon mustard, garlic dill pickle slices, baby spinach, and horseradish, on a toasted Kaiser.

And to wash it down, an RC Cola.

English Cheddar or Red Leicester, chopped raw onion and ketchup, on a toasted sesame seed bun. Cook the burger until it’s very dead.

I’ll have either a nice cold pint of cider or a Dr Pepper.

Make mine with lettuce, tomato, pickles and hot peppers.

A mess of grilled onions and mushrooms, with a slice of either provolone or cheddar cheese melted halfway.

Mmmm, thanks for the burger. I’ll bring the Dr. Pepper, or Guinness, whichever you prefer.

Burger 1

Duke’s Mayo on both sides of the buttered, toasted bun
Land o’ Lakes white American cheese. Thick slice
Ripe tomato
Vidalia onion slice
Shredded iceberg lettuce

Burger 2

Duke’s Mayo on bottom half of bun, French’s Yellow Mustard top half (toasted again)
Pepper Jack Cheese
Patterson’s Hot Dog chili
Cole slaw
Chopped Vidalia onions

Since you are out of Newcastle now, I’ll just have a nice glass of sweet tea. :slight_smile:

Onion and Mayo only, please.

One with Cheddar, Bacon, and a good barbecue sauce. That’s fine for both, actually. Please, and thank you!

I don’t suppose you have a freshly tapped keg of Dogfish Head 90-minute IPA? Because that would be perfect. If that’s not an option, I’ll sit fine with a Jack and Coke, please.

Why did I have leftovers for dinner?! :slight_smile:

We’re decent, hard working, God-fearing people. Of course we have Heinz. Generic brand ketchups are for Communists and thieves.

Let’s see…

Honey mustard…check!
Honey BBQ sauce…check!
Ketchup…Double check!!!
Chopped onions…check!
Cheese (whatever kind ya’ got)…check!
Sweet onion sauce…check!
Cucumber chips…check!

(I’d add some sardines, but I’m afraid I’d get thrown out for “culinary misconduct”)

To wash it down…either 7-up or VERY chocolate, chocolate milk!!

Now, TWO burgers per guest…hmmmm

I think I’ll just save room for dessert! (Got any pineapple upside-down cake?)

Fried Egg

I’ve never understood why ‘god-fearing’ is considered to be a virtue. At most, it seems like a mechanism for social conformity.

Moving thread from IMHO to Bob’s Burger Bistro…er, Cafe Society.

Mustard on bottom bun
Soft cheddar on top, lots
Crispy bacon on top

Budweiser please


Cheddar cheese
Hot banana peppers

It’s a turn of phrase that was obviously being used hyperbolically.

I really like breand and butter pickles on my burgers with a really good spicy mustard.

Cheese (swiss, chedder), ketchup, dijon musturd, pickles, relish, onions (minced), mayo, tomatoes