How are Hawaii and Spam (actual brand or similar) meat intertwined?What actually makes a Hawaiian burger Hawaiian?
In the past that basically included chunks of pineapple on top of the burger aspect below the actual top bun. But have now moved to new location, and two different burger emporiums have done something nowhere else has. The pineapple chunks are less numerous, but there are slithers of a meat substance on the lower portion of the burger. It looks like SPAM, and would make sense as Hawaii and SPAM are intertwined, but may actually be that fake pork they use, turkey ham perhaps.
Do you put a crease in your chinos, or iron them flat?Back on track:
The Gourmet Burger Company, set up by some New Zealanders IIRC, used do a fantastic burger containing a beef patty, beetroot, egg, pineapple, cheese, salad, mayonnaise and relish. This despite, the similar ingredients was not a Hawaiian but a Kiwi Burger
Not a good burger to have on a first date if you're trying to maintain a debonair and suave impression as most of the ingredients are likely to spill out all over your freshly ironed chinos.
A crease. It matches the sharp lines of the short sleeved jungle shirt I wear, tucked in of course.Do you put a crease in your chinos, or iron them flat?