Take a look at the burgers above. Which do you think is from Chili's, a national chain? Which do you think is from Chomp Burger (Adrian, MI), an actual burger joint?
When I look at the photo on the left (top if you're on mobile), I see a handmade patty that looks like it's a solid 1/2 pound or so. Ignore the onion ring and bacon, and just focus on the bun and the patty of beef.
The burger on the right (bottom if you're on mobile) has a smaller patty and a bun that is covering the meat for the meal ahead.
Which would you rather have? I think the choice is obvious; we'd all take the one on the left.
Not sure if you'll believe me, but the burger on the left is from Chili's, and the one on the right is from Chomp Burger. Chili's is on their game, and unfortunately, locations calling themselves burger joints are not always standing up to the competition that simply shouldn't be competition at all.
In the past year, we've become growingly frustrated with burger joints not paying attention to the simple details that can create a very solid burger. Even though we haven't owned our very own restaurant or bar, we have visited many locations on the burger trail that keep it simple and end up creating an awesome burger.
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On Saturday, January 24th, Lucas paid a visit to the newest Klavon's location in Vandercook Lake (Jackson area). Klavon's is a must-visit for everyone. The design of the building is like nothing in the area. From its TV chandelier to the burgers, to the pizza, it's worth a stop. Overall, it's a sweet place.
Click here MLive's photo slideshow of the Vandercook Lake location, and below are some photos that Lucas took during his visit. Look soon for the review!
While traveling in Texas this fall I was looking for a great burger. I found it at " Twisted Root " in the Dallas area. It is lucky that they have more than one location or you just may never get in the front door. My cousins Leonard and Marge and my wife, Linda, met up at the Twisted Root near Dallas. It is fun while being there because you never know who will show up. Instead of a number they give you the name of someone famous and they call you when your order is ready, I was " Richie Rich ". Leonard when for an very wild burger ( picture attached ). My burger was just GREAT to say the least. They have a big variety of pickle that you can add to top your burger off! If you love a great burger you need to put " Twisted Root " on your bucket list for sure! If you notice there is a Kevin Bacon Burger on the menu.
So many burgers and so little time!
The Big Springs Café (Huntsville, Alabama) is the place to go for a slider. It is a Slider with History. It was est. in Huntsville in 1928 and has moved within the city 3 times. Their motto is "Home of the Greasy Hamburger". I first had one of their sliders in the late 50's or early 60's. So this is a revisit for me. Their slider has a little more plump juicer patty (compared to other sliders) served with diced onion/mustard topping. If you are into sliders here is the place to stop and be part of slider history.
Big Spring Cafe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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