favorite burger?

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    What's your favorite burger? Either how do you fix them when you make them, or what's your favorite from a restaurant?

    Mine's this burger, I think it's called the Texas burger or something like that, it's at the Longhorn Saloon, a restaurant in Columbia, SC (I dunno if it's a chain or not). First off, the burger itself is gigantic, like 2/3 of a pound or something. Then they put cheddar and american cheese, bacon, chili, sour cream, lettuce, tomato, onions, and pickles on it. Oh, yeah, my arteries are throbbing just thinking about it, but man, it's dee-lish.
     
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    As for fast food, I like Wendy's. I usually get the single with cheese, lettuce, mayonaise and their chili sauce (not salsa).

    If I make them myself, I basically prepare them like meatballs and then squish em.
     
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    Stewart's cheeseburgers! They melt in your mouth. I wish there was one around here.
     
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    Dan, have had them before,served open faced smothered with chili.. called texburgers I think... wendys is #1 fast for me...triple with cheese:D
     
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    Wendy's here too! classic!!!! jon you piggy, a triple!!??? hehehe. Although, while I was pregnant with my daughter, I think I could have eaten about two triple's!!!:D
     
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    Bleu Cheese Burger with roasted red pepper and of course a tall frosty beer to go with it.:beer:
     
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    never had bleu cheese or roasted red peppers but sounds great... pass on the brew but the burger ..yumm
     
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    Hey thats cool, maybe a refreshing ice tea.

    There is also a sports bar here that has a Goo burger. The guy's name is Goo believe it or not. It has sliced ham a pineapple ring and barbeque sauce. And yes it is gooey, but really good.
    Great topic Dan, burgers are awsome!
     
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    once you get past the name it sounds interesting
     
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    That sounds like a really weird burger, mtn, but I'd try it!
     

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