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So, tell me, what is the best place to get a burger or sandwich in your opinion? It can be in your local area or somewhere further out.

What are your thoughts?
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Home honestly well made home made burgers and sandwichs are not only better tasting but can be done much cheaper and healthier
But if I have to eat out I always look for a local place the food is almost always better
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I make a mean turkey burger at home. I'm not much of a fan of cooking red meat at home unless it's on the grill (mostly because it has a weird, lingering smell that bothers me).

I've been all over the world and the US - I will say that there are some places, local, that have some amazing quality burgers. You kind of have to hunt them down or hear about them through "word of mouth". But they're there. lol.
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ninjitsuko wrote:

I make a mean turkey burger at home. I'm not much of a fan of cooking red meat at home unless it's on the grill (mostly because it has a weird, lingering smell that bothers me).

I've been all over the world and the US - I will say that there are some places, local, that have some amazing quality burgers. You kind of have to hunt them down or hear about them through "word of mouth". But they're there. lol.


I love turkey burgers. Haven't had one in years though.
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uncletim wrote:

Home honestly well made home made burgers and sandwichs are not only better tasting but can be done much cheaper and healthier
But if I have to eat out I always look for a local place the food is almost always better


Home is where the hearty meals is. Unless you can't cook.
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For sandwiches, home.
Burgers I can't do to my satisfaction but there's a few local places in the (immediate) area that all have one or two different burgers that I really enjoy (and to be honest each of them also has a selection of other burgers I'd deem mediocre at best. It's a matter of knowing what place does what kind of burger really well.).

Not that I have either all that often, lately my comfort food are homemade hearty salads.
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For sandwiches, home.
Burgers I can't do to my satisfaction but there's a few local places in the (immediate) area that all have one or two different burgers that I really enjoy (and to be honest each of them also has a selection of other burgers I'd deem mediocre at best. It's a matter of knowing what place does what kind of burger really well.).

Not that I have either all that often, lately my comfort food are homemade hearty salads.


Alright. How do you like your salads?
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That's easy for me. A regional burger place, Whataburger, is one of the best places to go in town. They're not as well known as McDonald's or Burger King, because it's still family owned, & they don't really care that much about being a national or global franchise. I've had In-&-Out Burger, & Five Guys Burgers, & neither are as good as Whataburger.

I can even tell you which two locations are the best in my hometown of El Paso, TX: The first is right off of the I-10 Freeway on Yarbrough, & the other is right down the road from the Loop 375 Freeway/Joe Battle on Montana. My wife & I go to the one on Montana St all the time.
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Culvers. Butter burgers, yum~
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mfritsch wrote:

For sandwiches, home.
Burgers I can't do to my satisfaction but there's a few local places in the (immediate) area that all have one or two different burgers that I really enjoy (and to be honest each of them also has a selection of other burgers I'd deem mediocre at best. It's a matter of knowing what place does what kind of burger really well.).

Not that I have either all that often, lately my comfort food are homemade hearty salads.


Alright. How do you like your salads?


A favorite is lettuce, sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, grated carrots, grilled chicken strips in a honey sesame marinade, some parmesan shavings as garnish and a balsamico dressing.
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mfritsch wrote:

A favorite is lettuce, sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, grated carrots, grilled chicken strips in a honey sesame marinade, some parmesan shavings as garnish and a balsamico dressing.



Sounds tasty. Big salad or small salad?
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Sounds tasty. Big salad or small salad?


That really depends on whether I want it as a standalone dish, a side dish or a snack to tide me over until dinner.
Most of the time I'd probably say big salad though, especially when I'm eating by my self. The stuff's tasty and I don't need no other food to compete for my attention.
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mfritsch wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:
Sounds tasty. Big salad or small salad?


That really depends on whether I want it as a standalone dish, a side dish or a snack to tide me over until dinner.
Most of the time I'd probably say big salad though, especially when I'm eating by my self. The stuff's tasty and I don't need no other food to compete for my attention.



Awesome.
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I've been cooking at home a lot more recently (I was averaging $400 a month on eating out...)

I literally just finished eating a home-made BBQ chicken sandwich with French bread. Simple, but tasty!

So to answer your question - at home!
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_nomihoudai wrote:

I've been cooking at home a lot more recently (I was averaging $400 a month on eating out...)

I literally just finished eating a home-made BBQ chicken sandwich with French bread. Simple, but tasty!

So to answer your question - at home!




Home is where the hearty meal is. Unless you can't cook.
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