Jucy Lucy condiments?

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2011/09/27 09:23:44
Is there a specific condiment or topping that's traditional/popular/common for a Jucy Lucy?  Or is it like other burgers in that anything goes?  I was asked this question and don't know the answer, although I personally would add nothing but mustard.
 
Brad
wanderingjew
Sirloin
Re:Jucy Lucy condiments? 2011/09/27 09:32:02
Nothing that I'm aware of that's any different from a regular cheeseburger..
 
Frankly I'm still scratching my head about what makes the "Juicy Lucy" so unique or special-  it's a good stuffed cheeseburger that you can get just about anywhere- the only difference is that a name was coined for it in the Twin Cities
post edited by wanderingjew - 2011/09/27 10:06:35
kaszeta
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Jucy Lucy condiments? 2011/09/27 09:56:50
The only condiments I've seen on my many trips to Matt's Bar were onions (either fried or raw), mustard, and ketchup.
 
Jim2903
Cheeseburger
Re:Jucy Lucy condiments? 2011/09/27 11:52:13
Had my first Juicy Lucy earlier this year, at the 5-8 Club in Minneapolis. I have to say it was one of the best burgers I've ever eaten. Pickle and onion were sufficient toppers -- I saw no reason to cloak the fine beef flavor with ketchup or mustard.
ann peeples
Sirloin
Re:Jucy Lucy condiments? 2011/09/27 13:14:32
My Mom was making "Jucy Lucy's" in the 70's. She stuffed burgers with cheese AND onion. I personally never ate it with a bun( too big for my little mouth), used a knife and fork, dipped each piece in ketchup and mustard. However, am quite anxious to try one if ever in the twin cities!
BuddyRoadhouse
Filet Mignon
Re:Jucy Lucy condiments? 2011/09/27 13:45:55
I've made the "cycle"; Matt's, 5-8 Club, and The Nook, and I've always used the standard Burger condiments: ketchup, mustard, pickle and onion.  Don't remember if tomato was involved, but it certainly wasn't needed and wouldn't be missed if it wasn't there.  Lettuce is totally unnecessary.
 
Buddy