little hambergers

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marky
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2009/04/03 11:26:55 (permalink)

little hambergers

love slyders tried steak and shake a ittle thin dried out piece of crap unlike their regular product. the best buy is wendys double stacker how they sell it for 99 cents is beyond me. juicy and a cut above the rest although i still love white castles
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    Michael Hoffman
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/03 12:30:04 (permalink)
    marky

    love slyders tried steak and shake a ittle thin dried out piece of crap unlike their regular product.

    You just described Steak & Shake's regular hamburger perfectly.


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    NYPIzzaNut
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/03 13:32:18 (permalink)
    marky

    love slyders tried steak and shake a ittle thin dried out piece of crap unlike their regular product. the best buy is wendys double stacker how they sell it for 99 cents is beyond me. juicy and a cut above the rest although i still love white castles
    White Castle is the only fast food joint I frequent on occasion.


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    marzsit
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/11 03:41:39 (permalink)
    i wish there were white castles, or a decent clone like krystal's, out west...... :( i'm certain they would be a hit as there are many easterners here now...
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    tcrouzer
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/11 08:49:36 (permalink)
    Tried Fuddrucker's trio of mini burgers recently and found them to be quite good; juicy, size appropriate to the bun, and a good flavor. I added various pickles, peppers, and onions to them from their fixin's counter. I'd order them again if visiting Fuddrucker's. Overall, I think their burgers are pretty good.
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    MilwFoodlovers
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/11 09:11:13 (permalink)
    While I've always had very good luck with Steak 'N Shake's service, I've never found anything they sell worth being served. On the road we'll occasionally stop at White Castles and Waffle House as we don't have those in Milwaukee and at home we'll do Popeyes once yearly but that's it for chains for us. I'm curious. Why was the original post flagged as inappropriate?
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    carolina bob
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/11 09:15:58 (permalink)
    marky's "dried-out piece of crap" description sure doesn't sound like any Steak n' Shake hamburger I've ever had, and I've been eating there for over thirty years. I love the famed Steakburgers, and I find myself wondering if marky could actually be thinking of a Culver's burger ( a mediocre Steak n' Shake wannabe. )
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    felix4067
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/12 14:27:58 (permalink)
    I've always thought the only reason for Steak n' Shake was their shakes, which are stupidly expensive but occasionally worth it.  Their burgers...meh.  They're not bad, but they're overpriced for what you get.  The only reason I ever eat one is if I'm going for a shake and need food as well.  I'm never disappointed because I don't expect much in the first place, but I'm never impressed because it was better than expected either.

    I just find it funny the last 5-ish years how EVERYONE  is doing mini-burgers all of a sudden.  Because somehow you feel like you're getting more food when you're actually getting (maybe) as much meat, but with a bunch more bread?  Me, I'd rather get a real size burger instead of filling up on hamburger buns, but to each their own.
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    tkitna
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/14 03:07:32 (permalink)
    I think 'Steak-N-Shake' burgers are horrible. They are dried out and too thin in my opinion.
     
     
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    sgtboots
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    Re:little hambergers 2009/04/15 08:53:45 (permalink)
    I've been wanting to go to Steak & Shake, but my husband won't set foot in one.  He was at a job where Steak & Shake "catered".  I won't put the words on here that he used to describe it.
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