Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Yetman, Aug 29, 2012.
It's 30 quarter pounders with cheese!
Five Guys is ok, but expensive, probably the best burgers of all the high street chains though.
I'm also partial to a Burger King, at least the burgers taste like meat, whereas McDonalds just taste of MacDonalds, no matter what variation of a burger you get. Like Subway, everything tastes the same no mattet what's in your sandwich.
Still like a Maccy Dees when hungover though, that's what they're there for, innit?
Oh, and the Five Guys fries are good and you get shit loads.
As you say Five Guys is ridiculosly expensive for what it is, there's no doubt plenty of indy burger joints a short walk away that's superior quality with just as good if not better fries and probably still cheaper. I can think of at least two establishments in Brum off the top of my head (The Meat Shack, Original Patty Men) and if I think about it for longer I'd probably have a huge list.
I wish there was, but not in Bradford unfortunately...
Sounds like you've found a gap in the market mate. You'd make a fortune.
I'd eat all the stock, fat bastard that I am.
National Cheeseburger Day then
Today? Bit more notice next time please.
I'll defer it til Friday.
To produce just the beef in that would require around 54,000 litres of water. That's enough to provide for the basic drinking, cooking, cleaning and sanitation needs of a human person for over seven years.
We don't seem to have been short of water this summer.
Meatloaf burger this evening. Mmm.
I've never really known what meatloaf is...
Depends on what ingredients. Everyone's got a different recipe... for this one it was mince pork, egg, breadcrumbs, chopped onion, goji berries, herbs all mixed up and topped with serano ham. In the overn for 50 mins to an hour.
kind of like a meaty stuffing...
Yeah - most kind of mince will do. Maybe not turkey or chicken - a bit dry. You can use dried fruits or raisins instead of the goji berries.
Not true on the turkey/chicken, so long as you're not using breast. The whole point of the loaf is to use up your cheaper cuts. I think we normally go 50/50 pork/turkey thigh. Slow cook it in salsa.
Also, the content of that doughnut burger looks nice. Can't we just dispose of the actual doughnut?
Totes healthy then, a superfood burger, now you're talking.
I was told that Subway do a burger.
After some Googling, I am unsure that it should be classified as such.
I can't see it using the terms Subway Burger
It looks sad whatever it is.
It looks like something that comes out a dog's rear end.
They should stick things they are good at like making sandwiches.
If I want shit fast food burgers then Subway is the lowest on the list
I had a whopper from Burger King last week.
It was loads better than a maccy d's and the fries were mint.
If i have time, i may sneak into town tomorrow evening to face the horror of Christmas shopping. Unless its shopping for food (which I adore), I despise shopping for pretty much anything, especially presents and/ or clothes. BUT, if i psych myself that a Bunsen burger might be happening first, I can get through it.
Pub meal last night. Photo not the best, but they really are excellent burgers and the chips fantastic. Last time I though it was slightly on the small side, so we solved this by splitting a portion of chicken wings in blue cheese sauce as a starter. 4 beers and my other half's fish and chips and the bill was still 30 quid.
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