Favorite Fast Food Burger

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  • McDonalds

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  • Burger King

    5 13.16%
  • Hardees

    2 5.26%
  • Carls Jr

    4 10.53%
  • Jack in the Box

    2 5.26%
  • In and Out Burger

    19 50.00%
  • Wendys

    6 15.79%
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    Favorite Fast Food Burger

    I know we should not eat'em but about once a month I get hankering for a Sirloin Burger with Cheddar chees and purple onions from Jack in the Box. Tasty goodness in a box that I eat in my car. I know it has about 10 basillion calories and I should not eat it but gosh it tasty. SO whats your favorite.. Discuss
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    Any burger from 5 guys. Usually a bacon cheeseburger w/ lett, tom, sauted onions, and bbq sauce. One of those and you've gone over your limit for red-meat for a month. Then there's the fries.......
    Originally Posted by tetter
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    I haven't eaten a fast food burger in at least 10 years. the only thing I can remember getting at any fast food place in the last 5 years is a wrap from KFC and I hated getting that but I was on the road. I like to make my own burgers or go to Poe's Tavern and hit on the hot waitresses.

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    There was this local chain called Bob's Burger Express that sold these small, cheap burgers whose true claim to fame was the secret sauce. It was probably some derivative of the ketchup/mayonnaise/relish but they were fantastic and only like $0.50 in the early/mid 90s... cheaper before that. I've fairly certain they aren't around any more but they are the only burger I've ever had cravings for.

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    I just spent a few days in Georgia, and not only filled up on Krystals, but brought several back for future dinners. I love those cheap, quarter sized burgers. Having grown up(figurativley not literally, on White Castle and Top Hat), Krystal is a reminder of days past.
    "Drinking beer doesn't make you fat, it makes you lean........against bars, tables, chairs, and poles"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kram
    Any burger from 5 guys. Usually a bacon cheeseburger w/ lett, tom, sauted onions, and bbq sauce. One of those and you've gone over your limit for red-meat for a month. Then there's the fries.......
    5 guys burgers are better than secks.

    And I will not argue about this.

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    Whopper. It's all about the mayonnaise, baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-in-Evanston
    Whopper. It's all about the mayonnaise, baby.
    Oh, you're one of THOSE people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUT2222
    I just spent a few days in Georgia, and not only filled up on Krystals, but brought several back for future dinners. I love those cheap, quarter sized burgers. Having grown up(figurativley not literally, on White Castle and Top Hat), Krystal is a reminder of days past.
    Krystal's & White Castle... the perfect places to take that date that you want to break up with but just don't have the heart to initiate it with.

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    I've had pleny of homemade burgers but I can honestly say that it's been 3 or 4 years since I had a fast food burger....
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    +1 for Krystal
    "The future ain't what it used to be."

    "A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore."
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    5 Guys... easy.

    followed by In and Out. heheh.

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    Wendy's. Their lettuce and tomato always seems fresher. Back when I lived in Central Washington, there was a local place that had two restaurants - Dusty's. You could get a triple.....3 1/4 lb burgers, 3 cheese! The "goo" was good too, some sort of relish that usually ends up on your shirt.

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    Double cheeseburger from the Sycamore drive-in, Bethel, CT. Best burger ever. After a really hard race or 4 hour training ride, one of these, a large order of fries, and a chocolate malt is heaven. Mmmmmm.......
    Oh, to just grip your handlebars and lay down to it, and go ripping and tearing through streets and road, over railroad tracks and bridges, threading crowds, avoiding collisions, at twenty miles or more an hour, and wondering all the time when you're going to smash up. --Jack London

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    Add in teh fries and it's better than secks with 3 wimmins. All at once. SRSLY.
    Originally Posted by tetter
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    I never had or even heard of 5 guys burgers. I live in CA. Where are you from that you get the 5 guys. If is better than sex with 3 wimmins I am in...
    Tomorrows battle is won during today's practice. - Samurai maxim

    In the course of achieving anything, nothing is more important than persistence.

    Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret!.

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    West coast....... In n Out

    East Coast..... White Castle...
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    Whataburger or Braum's. Both Texas chains.
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    In 'n' Out. There is no substitute. I only have it about twice a year, and it's the only fast-food I'll have.

    I even mentioned it in this ride report.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kram
    Any burger from 5 guys. Usually a bacon cheeseburger w/ lett, tom, sauted onions, and bbq sauce. One of those and you've gone over your limit for red-meat for a month. Then there's the fries.......
    That was lunch today. I like jalapenos on mine. And cajun fries.


    Oh, and if you go to the website, make sure you enter www.fiveguys.com NOT www.5guys.com.... unless you're into that. NTTAWWT.


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    Small franchise from Philly area (PA). The fries are as good or better than teh burgers. Fresh, never frozen hand-formed beef patties. They serve burgers, fries, n dawgs. Dazit. But that's PLENTY, atmo..
    Originally Posted by tetter
    'Pain is temporary, and there might be beer at the finish line'

    "Karma is spread in lots of different ways. You know, like herpes."
    catzilla
    "I'm an American male. This is pizza. Leave me alone!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruzer2424
    5 Guys... easy.

    followed by In and Out. heheh.

    After moving from the Philly area, I seriously missed real cheesesteaks until I found Five Guys. Nowadays.... what's a cheesesteak?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kram
    Small franchise from Philly area (PA). The fries are as good or better than teh burgers. Fresh, never frozen hand-formed beef patties. They serve burgers, fries, n dawgs. Dazit. But that's PLENTY, atmo..

    I thought they started out in the DC area? There's a bazillion of them round these parts. Only recently in Philly.


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    Best Burger period: In and Out
    Best Local chain: Good Times
    Best Big Chain: Wendy's
    I may be fat but I'm slow.

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