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markolenski

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BEST CHEESEBURGER article from the Ct Post Sun, 05/28/06 1:33 PM (permalink)
 
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    roossy90

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    RE: BEST CHEESEBURGER article from the Ct Post Sun, 05/28/06 1:46 PM (permalink)
    I think there must be a zillion
    best" whatevers......Just how do you pick the best anyway?
    I mean everyones tastes are so different. Just who decides this is the best?
     
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      ellen4641

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      RE: BEST CHEESEBURGER article from the Ct Post Sun, 05/28/06 3:33 PM (permalink)
      those pics (of "Louis lunch" burger, and Milfords "Pauls stand" just don't do it for ME, anyway.....

      I know that Louis' is a renowned place , with apparently the first burger rights, etc..

      But,I like to see a nice big charbroiled burger, oozing with juice....
      or at least a little juice.....nice medium rare/medium, but nicely charred on outside. And give me a sesame seed roll; hold that toast!

      Hey, check out the Newark, NJ Star ledger newspaper "MUNCHMOBILE" website.......www.nj.com...........go to star ledger link , then go to MUNCHMOBILE...........the summer "muncher" tour has started....

      hamburgers all over NJ were reviewed on Fri. May 26.......!!

      happy munching ,everyone..

      ellen in A.C. area
       
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        Jennifer_4

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        RE: BEST CHEESEBURGER article from the Ct Post Sun, 05/28/06 3:56 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by roossy90

        I think there must be a zillion
        best" whatevers......Just how do you pick the best anyway?
        I mean everyones tastes are so different. Just who decides this is the best?


        I think you nailed it Roossy, what's best to me, won't necessarily be best to you.. many many people seem to love In n Out burgers, but they leave me cold.. can't figure out the appeal...
         
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          ellen4641

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          RE: BEST CHEESEBURGER article from the Ct Post Sun, 05/28/06 6:58 PM (permalink)
          I agree with you, Jen.......I don't get the appeal of "In and Out" either......and I've given it 2nd and 3rd chances....

          the burgers are so small, (it's mostly a ton of lettuce and tomato...but as they say "it's FRESH lettuce and tomato"!)(LOL).....and the burger does'nt even have that good "old fashioned" taste......

          IMO,
          ellen
           
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