chips is extra

#3
Fast food places have been selling burgers with little real cow in them for years.
And a lot cheaper too

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#4
It dosnt even involve a cow - Talk about processed food

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#5
Only real meat gets past my lips.........
 

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#6
Breaded Osprey fillets. Little shop in Keswick sells them.
 
#8
Never mind the burger meat made up of muscle tissue grown in a lab in a petri dish. How about this bloke who was arrested (again!) for having sex with a rubber ring? :omg: :omfg: No doubt the poor rubber ring is traumatized now. He'd best speak to a lawyer to try to get some compo out of it if you ask me. ;-) (How big is this man's tool anyway? Interested parties would like to know...) ;-)

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#9
just saw this.a buger costing over £20.000 pounds and its not come from a cow.is this the most expensive take on ever.by the way chips are extra
It better have had beetroot on it!

There was a takeaway in Brisbane that had a burger 'with the lot', but beetroot was extra! Their reasoning? Not everyone likes beetroot. I said that in NSW they put beetroot on their works burgers and if people didn't want it then they said "No fucking beetroot!"

Queenslanders are a strange bunch. Glad to be back in NSW, the land of beetroot on ya burger (at no extra cost). The way it should be.
 
#11
It better have had beetroot on it!

There was a takeaway in Brisbane that had a burger 'with the lot', but beetroot was extra! Their reasoning? Not everyone likes beetroot. I said that in NSW they put beetroot on their works burgers and if people didn't want it then they said "No fucking beetroot!"

Queenslanders are a strange bunch. Glad to be back in NSW, the land of beetroot on ya burger (at no extra cost). The way it should be.
Beetroot? You strange, strange people.

Poutine burgers are the way forward.
 
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#14
Who the fuck under 80 eats Beetroot? Grotty red stained fingered cunts
Who the fuck eats black pudding? A giant scab stuck in a bit of intestine and mixed with miscellaneous lips and arseholes.

But yeah, beetroot is pretty ordinary.





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#15
Who the fuck eats black pudding? A giant scab stuck in a bit of intestine and mixed with miscellaneous lips and arseholes.

But yeah, beetroot is pretty ordinary.





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I've never eaten Black pudding but I think you're quite wrong about the ingredients.
 
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Who the fuck eats black pudding? A giant scab stuck in a bit of intestine and mixed with miscellaneous lips and arseholes.

But yeah, beetroot is pretty ordinary.





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A proper black pudding is a thing of joy and beauty.I'd send you some from our local award winning butcher,sadly I doubt it would get past your Border Guards.
 
#19
Most expensive burger I ever was at one of these restaurants...

Handmade Burger Co

It was very nice though and the chips were smashing. The beef was sourced from organic farms and they could probably even tell me what the cow's name was (had been). Nice choice of beer at the bar as well.

Much better than the shite from McD's of Burger King....

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#20
Most expensive burger I ever was at one of these restaurants...

Handmade Burger Co

It was very nice though and the chips were smashing. The beef was sourced from organic farms and they could probably even tell me what the cow's name was (had been). Nice choice of beer at the bar as well.

Much better than the shite from McD's of Burger King....

:)

Rodney2q
I've eaten at one of their joints, very nice too.

Last night I made some burgers from scratch for the old barbie.

Took a roasting joint, minced it, added a little seasoning, one egg and a couple of fresh breadcrumbs, then formed into patties.

Not as cheap as shop bought fare, I'll grant you, but restaurant quality, and at least in know what went into them.

Note, Heston does a burger recipe without the egg or breadcrumbs, but I find they fall apart on the BBQ, so reserve them for indoor cooking. You simply mince the meat straight into a piece of cling film, and slice it 'against the grain' of the meat to form the burger shapes.


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