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Burger Box

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    nos4raaa2
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    Oh….. In n Out Animal Fries! The Epicurean in me just abhors shit like this but…..its just so damn good!

    Kurtt
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    Kurtt

    Argh! In-N-Out! Maaan… Tiki just made me hate moving to Colorado now.

    tex3688@yahoo.com
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    In-n-out o god i found this this when i met my wife in CA but now i am in NC for the Army… i need me some in-n-out goodness

    Puulaahi
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    My FAVORITE!!! Worth driving miles upon miles for.

    Nimbo
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    @tex3688
    Fayetteville has some good burger joints, if your in Bragg

    frogurtx
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    hmm brb guys

    deleted_user
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    Love the fries and shakes. Burgers are the most disgusting I have ever had.

    morpheus
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    This makes me feel like a slut.

    Messatsunokami
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    Holy shit Death in a box

    nyoki
    Member

    Yuck.
    Mostly I say that because I ate a burger from Chicago Uno (of which I still have half in the fridge) and have been burping up ever since. Damn I feel like shit.

    Question: Why is Chicago Uno the only restaurant that will serve me a burger rare? What are the doing that the others aren’t? Should I be worried about the nasty ecol-i?

    SpanDee
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    …..that’s what a hamburger is all about…..

    Puulaahi
    Member

    @nyokki: You need In N Out Burger.

    compasseagle89
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    @nyokki:
    the reason burgers arent served rare is because they are ground beef, so all the nastiness (i.e., ecoli) gets mixed around throughout the meat. with cut meat like steaks and stuff, the outside is definitely cooked to kill everything, but it isnt usually necessary to cook things well done. its just safe to bring it up to 165 or 170 to make sure everything is dead.

    this is my understanding, and it could very well be wrong 🙂

    flyingcat88
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    @compasseagle89: It sounds right for me, and I have education about food and cooking. So if you get a whole piece of meat in your burger, you’re safe. If not, well nice to know you 😛

    Lockett
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    Lockett

    Mmmmm, two double-doubles and animal-style fries. I need to get me my grease on. So good.

    DisplacedTexan
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    @nyokki: in order for a restaurant to serve rare burgers they have to grind their own meat on the premises daily.

    tex3688@yahoo.com
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    @nimbo yea i know, cook out has kept me running for a bit, and they have shakes that are so damn addictive

    Obiwanbeeohbee
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    Obiwanbeeohbee

    NOW! That is the kind of lunch you need a cigarette after! Uh… don’t forget the Diet Coke.

    dumbass
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    oooooooh it woulda been better if it were some 3x3s animal style… ok im going to in n out now… theres only like 5 in phoenix tho 🙁

    SpanDee
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    last time I checked E. Coli wasn’t deadly, it just makes you sick with the shits….go for the rare if it makes you happy, just know you’ll run a chance of being toilet bound for a few days!

    goatsgomoo
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    Okay, this food looks all well and good, but what is the pink stuff on the fries?

    flood123
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    The pink stuff on the fries is thousand island dressing . The fries also have cheese and grilled onions. “Animal style” fries from in and out burger. They are actually amazing.

    nyoki
    Member

    @DisplacedTexan: That’s what my son said. I’m still not clear why that should make it safer for me. Is there some way they make sure that the meat they use for burgers is E-coli free prior to grinding?
    @SpanDee: E-coli could very well be deadly for me since I have a compromised immune system.
    @compasseagle89: 165-170 is rare?

    compasseagle89
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    @nyokki:
    no, 165 is the “safe” temp. i dont know what the ranges are for rare, medium, etc.

    nyoki
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    @compasseagle89: That’s m point. Rare is pink in the center and cool to the touch, considerably less than 165 deg.

    nyoki
    Member

    *my*

    compasseagle89
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    @nyokki:
    found it: www.foodnetwork.com/recipes-and-cooking/meat-and-poultry-temperature-guide/index.html

    so ground beef needs to be brought up to 160 in the center, medium is 145, and well done is 175. i guess i was thinking of the ground beef temps.

    Watanabex
    Member

    Those are good burgers, Walter.

    nyoki
    Member

    @compasseagle89: When they brought me my burger, I cut it in half (it was huge) and it was still a bit bloody in the middle, which is what I’d asked for. It was definitely cool to the touch. Well I didn’t get sick, so all is good.

    DarkDsurion
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    Mmmmm, In ‘n Out. I’d never get animal style fries, but god damn if I don’t get a 3×3 animal style with extra tomatos every time I go. Heart attack in a box? Hell yes, but you only live once…what good is it if you don’t occasionally flirt death when you eat something? (I’m looking at you, puffer fish; you’re going down!)

    marcuserektus
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    marcuserektus

    E-coli can be transmitted via unclean hands (If I remember correctly, everybody has e-coli. You just don’t want someone else’s)just ask Food Maker (Jack in the Box)at least one child died from an e-coli burger.

    @nyokki: read “Fast Food Nation” Eric Schlosser

    nyoki
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    @marcuserektus: Everyone has various e-coli in their digestive system. We’d die w/out them. The e-coli that makes us sick is a particular type that lives in a cow’s digestive system: E. coli 0157:H7, E. coli 0121 and E. coli 0104:H21. Its shown up in spinach because of the spinach growers vicinity to a cattle farm. I know why and how one gets e-coli poisoning. I’ve worked in my brothers’ restaurants. I had to take that food servers/cooks course, and could work as a cook in a hospital. What I don’t understand is how a restaurant that grinds its own beef… Read more »

    marcuserektus
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    marcuserektus

    Irradition…

    nyoki
    Member

    @marcuserektus: I know they’re working on (or may already have) irradiating food that doesn’t get cooked (e.g. spinach. lettuce). I don’t think that would work w/ meat though.

    Avias
    Member

    heart attack served in a box.. enjoy 😀



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