Amado Burger

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kangolpimp
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2003/06/28 19:18:21 (permalink)

Amado Burger

I have a question regarding this burger:








Does anyone know what kind of cheese they use and how the cheese is prepared? It seems to be a semi-hardened cheese sauce, or a melange of several cheeses strewn with herbs and spices. Those fries look pretty great, too. This is the Amado Burger from The Longhorn Grill in Amado, Arizona.
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    Bushie
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/28 19:48:48 (permalink)
    Oh my GOODNESS, that looks GOOD!!!!!
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    kangolpimp
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/28 19:54:39 (permalink)
    It sure does, Bushie, which is why I am so interested in a Burger currently offered 2600 miles away from me. The more I look at it, the more the cheese preparation seems to be fried monterrey jack sprinkled with very thinly shredded cheddar and topped with herbs. But I am hoping someone here knows for certain.
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/28 20:04:12 (permalink)
    Looks like it might have jalapeno's and maybe some onions in it, whatever it looks good to me.

    Paul E. Smith
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    kangolpimp
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/28 20:17:18 (permalink)
    I found the answer in the more detailed section in this site's restaurant search area:

    The Amado Burger is a half-pound slab of meat mixed with garlic, spice, and liquid smoke and topped with a melted cheddar-and-mayo combination that is dotted with bits of green olive.

    I still say those have got to be some herbs, unless someone is chopping those olives into microscopic pieces.

    Next time, I will try to exhaust every detail from this site before I go posting about something whose answer can be readily-gleaned from these pages.

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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/29 02:28:25 (permalink)
    Originally posted by kangolpimp

    I have a question regarding this burger:

    Does anyone know what kind of cheese they use and how the cheese is prepared? It seems to be a semi-hardened cheese sauce, or a melange of several cheeses strewn with herbs and spices. Those fries look pretty great, too. This is the Amado Burger from The Longhorn Grill in Amado, Arizona.

    I dunno...send me a few & I'll do some research on 'em
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    harriet1954
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/29 13:17:09 (permalink)
    I think those french fries look great. For some reason the stuff on top of the hamburger doesn't appeal to me. And I'm probably alone in this on this thread.
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    mayor al
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    RE: Amado Burger 2003/06/29 14:07:14 (permalink)
    "Mom",
    You're not alone...I'd have to order it and see it for real to change my first thought..."That's Nasty Lookin' " !!
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