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View Poll Results: What are your Favorite Hamburger Toppings?
Plain! Nothing! 1 4.35%
Steak sauce, sauteed onions! 1 4.35%
Everything! (standard fare) 9 39.13%
Cucumber slices, tomatoes, sprouts, dill dressing, sun-dried tomatos! 0 0%
Mushrooms, onions and Sauce! 2 8.70%
Bacon and barbeque sauce! 2 8.70%
Greek! white onions, tomatoes and yogurt cucumber dressing! 0 0%
Swiss cheese and Dijon mustard w/ standard fare!! 2 8.70%
Bleu Cheese with various toppings 6 26.09%
Cajun spices, Jalapenos, avacado and pico de gallo! 0 0%
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:26 PM   #1
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Favorite Hamburger Toppings!

What are your favorite hamburger toppings?

PLEASE NOTE: each choice has cheese as an option. Also, the hamburger meat is prepared EXACTLY the way you like it! You just have to think about the toppings! :)

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Old 10-18-2006, 07:31 PM   #2
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What are your favorite hamburger toppings?
Bacon, cheese and tomatoes. Once in a great while I'll put a brat on my burger for a good greasy bratburger.
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:31 PM   #3
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Normally, I prefer cheddar or swill cheese. I love a couple of bread and butter pickles, too.

I insist on a very ripe tomato slice and a nice leaf of boston lettuce.

I also enjoy some sauteed mushrooms, nice and garlicky.

And and and....if my boyfriend is not around, I'll add some fried onions.

I can forego the ketchup if the meat is moist enough and the tomato is nice and ripe.
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:34 PM   #4
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I often go with classic "California Burger" toppings, but my favorite is Bleu Cheese, mushrooms, bacon, tomato, and lettuce. Add a little hot sauce, mmmm. Not hugely imaginative, but I like it.
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:34 PM   #5
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Grind your own chopped meat, cook it rare to medium rare, and just put it on a bun with perhaps a slice of onion.

Nothing better.
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:45 PM   #6
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Bacon, cheese and tomatoes for me please
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:48 PM   #7
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In no particular order:
Onion rings
Red onion marmalade
guacamole
bacon
gouda
smoked mozzerella
bleu cheese
homemade bbq sauce
hard fried egg
hierloom tomato, or a really good vine ripened 'matter
jalapeno
Boston bibb
Vidallia onion
Sauteed peppers and onions
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:51 PM   #8
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Yep, I'll insist my burger be rare! If I make my burgers and I season the meat my favorite way I want provolone, tomato, red onion slice, green leaf lettuce, with a bit of mustard, mayo, and a tad more ketchup.

If I am going to eat a "traditional" burger from around here it's "all the way" which is mustard, cheese, chili, slaw, and onion with orange grease from the chili dripping down your arm to your elbow!

At a local restaurant my favorite is also rare (ground filet) with swiss cheese, mushrooms on big thick sourdough grilled slices of bread! YUM!
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I chose bleu cheese cause thats what I feel like tonight, and my burger ritual, though rare, is precise, the flexibilty relating only to the cheese. I just answered VB's side order thread...and if you saw how fussy I am about chips, which I don't even like so much, you'll be relieved I am not going to reveal the extent of my burger /fries ritual by listing the exact ingrediants and order in which they must be compiled for my perfect burger.

I guess I can afford to be fussy as we don't have burgers often, and chips even less so, but I will admit I am a bit fanatical about my burger acoutrements ;)
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What are your favorite hamburger toppings?

PLEASE NOTE: each choice has cheese as an option. Also, the hamburger meat is prepared EXACTLY the way you like it! You just have to think about the toppings! :)
Bacon & BBQ sauce didn't have a cheese mentioned . . . . . I'd go for Cheddar!
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