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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by cnvh View Post
    The very best burger I've ever had cannot be duplicated, I'm afraid...

    My parents have a small herd of beef cattle. Their very first cow they bought was a small pregnant jersey cow; she had a little steer (whom we named Norman) shortly after they bought her. Jerseys are known for having very rich milk, so Norman was very well-fed.

    The problem with Norman was, he never STOPPED nursing. He was butchered as a 3-year old and was milk-fed until the day he, erm, "went to freezer camp." My parents dry-age all their beef for ~2 weeks for maximum flavor, but on top of that, Norman tasted like freaking BUTTER.

    That beef, from burger to T-bone, was unlike any beef I have ever had before or since..... Kobe ain't got nothin' on an overindulgent Jersey-cow mama....
    What an awesome post....the stuff that meat dreams are made of
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    For me, angus burger with swiss cheese, bacon, diana maple bbq sauce with caramelized onions, mayo, ketchup, pickle tehe

    Great now im hungry
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    Quote Originally Posted by suz View Post
    no bun for this celiac person either. but if i could it would be a new york style poopyseed roll lightly toasted with the innards disposed of or an english muffin.
    How am I the only one that noticed this?!
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    We've gone far beyond poop at this point. Far, far beyond.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Quote Originally Posted by OneMarbleLess View Post
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    Hahaha. Well being Celiac, it would be a poopyseed roll for me!
    TMI?
    From now on, ponyfixer, i'll include foot note references.


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    Quote Originally Posted by michaleenflynn View Post
    A good bun is a beautiful thing, but I can handle a great burger in a romaine lettuce wrap!
    I'm actually a terrible burger eater. My burgers are so big I usually dispose of the bun so that I can eat the good stuff or dispose of the butt side and just use the top bun...on the bottom and eat it all with a knife and a fork.
    Please don't tar and feather me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ybiaw View Post
    The Assembly. Hoffman Estates. Still there, still serving awesome, greasy, expensive burgers. Mmmm...
    <insert drooling icon> OMGOMGOMG!!!!
    Must.
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    To go to The Assembly..........

    ybiaw -
    When do you go there? Do you ever go there?
    Shall we meet for & share a burger?
    (sorry, I am experiencing the onset of Cabin Fever)
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    If someone can give me fool-proof blonde driving instructions I'll meet you, 2DogsFarm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by purplnurpl View Post
    I'm actually a terrible burger eater. My burgers are so big I usually dispose of the bun so that I can eat the good stuff or dispose of the butt side and just use the top bun...on the bottom and eat it all with a knife and a fork.
    Please don't tar and feather me!
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    Hullar's in Fayetteville, NY - big, delicious, chef understands the concept of "rare" - with Swiss cheese, one leaf of lettuce and a slice of ripe, fresh tomato. With fries...sweet potato, if possible. hmmm..mmmm :-)
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    Kildare's Irish Pub in Newark, DE has a burger called the Dubliner.
    It's cooked just right and piled with Irish cheddar, onions caramelized in Guinness, a rasher of bacon, their country relish (not sure what's in it but it's amazing), lettuce and tomato on an onion roll.
    Total burger heaven!

    There'a also a local Greek place that does a lamb burger topped with a hunk of deep fried feta and a marinated onion and tomato relish that's pretty amazing too
    “While the rest of the species is descended from apes, redheads are descended from cats.” Mark Twain


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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    I can cover the Fairfax area which includes the Lorton and Springfield locations as well as several within the Fairfax City area.
    If you can hit Lorton store off of 123 is one of our training stores so that should be point on. Fairfax is mainly corporate as is Herndon/Reston as of two summers ago. Tyson's Corner is one of our premier stores and corporate. Annandale is our, the Fairfax one near Little River Turnpike - Pinecrest. Enjoy!



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    I'm just waiting for the carpet cleaners to finish up so I can head out and fill my belly.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Best and most decadent burger I've ever had is Ruby Tuesday's Triple Prime Cheddar Burger. Even the bun (brioche?) tastes fattening.

    That might have to be dinner now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mosey_2003 View Post
    If someone can give me fool-proof blonde driving instructions I'll meet you, 2DogsFarm!
    It's been soooo long (15yrs+) since I was up that way, the best I can do is take I90, exit Barrington Road and then ????

    does this help:
    http://www.assemblyrestaurant.net/map.htm
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    Good Lord 2Dogs... I'm a hick, that doesn't help at all! If you really want to some Saturday though shoot me a PM and I'll borrow the talking angry lady GPS direction box
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2DogsFarm View Post
    <insert drooling icon> OMGOMGOMG!!!!
    Must.
    Invent.
    Reason.
    To go to The Assembly..........

    ybiaw -
    When do you go there? Do you ever go there?
    Shall we meet for & share a burger?
    (sorry, I am experiencing the onset of Cabin Fever)
    I used to work right next door.

    And I would LOVE to meet you there for a burger, but I don't live in IL anymore.

    Mosey_2003: I-90 E to Rt 59 exit, turn left onto Rt 59 (North) Turn Right onto Higgins Rd (Rt 72). Turn Left onto Barrington Rd. Make 1st Right onto Hassell Rd. Assembly is on the left, across from the Red Roof Inn.

    BOOM - DID IT FROM MEMORY, B!%@#ES!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ybiaw View Post
    I used to work right next door.

    And I would LOVE to meet you there for a burger, but I don't live in IL anymore.

    Mosey_2003: I-90 E to Rt 59 exit, turn left onto Rt 59 (North) Turn Right onto Higgins Rd (Rt 72). Turn Left onto Barrington Rd. Make 1st Right onto Hassell Rd. Assembly is on the left, across from the Red Roof Inn.

    BOOM - DID IT FROM MEMORY, B!%@#ES!
    Meh - FL, just down the road from Hoffman Estates.....

    And kudos to your memory - those directions tickled a memory synapse in my burger-starved brain.
    Used to be our Go To for burgers on Friday nights after riding.
    Them were the days.....
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    When I do burgers on my gas grill, yes, I will put some wood chips in a piece of foil, or just place the chips or chunks right on the bottom of the grill where the heat comes out, and let it smoke the burgers (or whatever you are cooking).

    I use alder, hickory, or mesquite. Or combo of them. YUM.

    I will do some vegges that way too. I do pizza on the grill and will add a bit of smoke to it also.



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