One from the vaults...

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2004/07/02 22:43:13 (permalink)

One from the vaults...

While growing up in Hawaii, I frequented (read: went whenever I could con my parents into it) a burger outfit called Check Burger. Maybe. Coulda been Chek Burger, Czech Burger, or none of the above. I know for a fact that that the burger I loved was the Check (Chek? Czech?) burger. The thing that made it different, and special, was it that it was served with a fried egg on it. Fantastic stuff, but the only other 2 people I know who remember it are my parents. Any ideas???
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: One from the vaults... 2004/07/03 10:03:21 (permalink)
    Well, you could always grill a hamburger patty and top it with a fried egg.
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    RE: One from the vaults... 2004/07/03 13:14:31 (permalink)
    The "Red Robin" chain has a burger similiar to what you describe, also. (Royal Red Robin Burger)

    http://www.redrobin.com/

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    cleveland66
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    RE: One from the vaults... 2004/07/07 17:14:54 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Well, you could always grill a hamburger patty and top it with a fried egg.


    That would probably fall as short as my teenage attempts to assemble an egg mcmuffin at home.
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    RE: One from the vaults... 2004/07/10 15:10:08 (permalink)
    Sounds like a variation of the Hawaiian "Loco Moco"-----a patty with a fried egg on top of it.
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    RE: One from the vaults... 2004/07/12 11:16:47 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by EdSails

    Sounds like a variation of the Hawaiian "Loco Moco"-----a patty with a fried egg on top of it.


    Having lived in Hawaii, I will always have a soft spot for Loco Moco.

    and Spam...I love Spam.

    Poi, however, is/was/will always be wrong.
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