A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby StroppyChops » Thu May 29, 2014 12:26 pm

You might be doing your business a disservice there JBTrain - perhaps you're saying that you personally don't like that combination?
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby JBTrain » Thu May 29, 2014 12:37 pm

StroppyChops wrote:You might be doing your business a disservice there JBTrain - perhaps you're saying that you personally don't like that combination?
You would be correct.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby Joker Poker » Thu May 29, 2014 12:46 pm

JBTrain wrote:
Mrs Stroppy wrote:Don't knock it until you've tried it
I have sold an Oz Burger at Garage for years. I eat the things I sell, though in this case only once.
Ha ha, I only tried one there too!

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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby Milord » Thu May 29, 2014 1:32 pm

StroppyChops wrote:
Milord wrote:How about vinegar on the fries(chips)? Yumm.
Spent some time in ClogLand with Mrs Stroppy visiting her rellies. They 'stock up' for the frozen winter over there and one of their favourite carbs is hot chips with mayonnaise and satay sauce. Took a while to get used to, but quite fond of it now. I have a favourite comment: in Holland every meal is deep fried fat. Dessert is distinguished from main course because it is deep fried fat with icing sugar.
There is a French-Canadian delite called Poutine, which is Fries, cheddar cheese, beef gravy over top.

Gooey, sticky, mass of fries. Yum.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby StroppyChops » Thu May 29, 2014 1:49 pm

Milord wrote:There is a French-Canadian delite called Poutine, which is Fries, cheddar cheese, beef gravy over top.
Gooey, sticky, mass of fries. Yum.
Nice. Garnish that with some fried onions and a T-bone steak and I'm in.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby Milord » Thu May 29, 2014 2:14 pm

T-Bone steak Garnish?

I like you style. Don't forget the Oysters and Shrimp Garnish with a dab of Lobster and Smoked Salmon.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby JBTrain » Thu May 29, 2014 2:14 pm

Milord wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:
Milord wrote:How about vinegar on the fries(chips)? Yumm.
Spent some time in ClogLand with Mrs Stroppy visiting her rellies. They 'stock up' for the frozen winter over there and one of their favourite carbs is hot chips with mayonnaise and satay sauce. Took a while to get used to, but quite fond of it now. I have a favourite comment: in Holland every meal is deep fried fat. Dessert is distinguished from main course because it is deep fried fat with icing sugar.
There is a French-Canadian delite called Poutine, which is Fries, cheddar cheese, beef gravy over top.

Gooey, sticky, mass of fries. Yum.
Yes. Made that twice at Garage, great stuff. Cheese curds required, not just regular cheese. No pineapple, wouldn't interest the Bogan community.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby Milord » Thu May 29, 2014 2:17 pm

Right, salty cheese curds. They taste better up north in the country.
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby Joker Poker » Thu May 29, 2014 4:11 pm

JBTrain wrote:
Milord wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:
Milord wrote:How about vinegar on the fries(chips)? Yumm.
Spent some time in ClogLand with Mrs Stroppy visiting her rellies. They 'stock up' for the frozen winter over there and one of their favourite carbs is hot chips with mayonnaise and satay sauce. Took a while to get used to, but quite fond of it now. I have a favourite comment: in Holland every meal is deep fried fat. Dessert is distinguished from main course because it is deep fried fat with icing sugar.
There is a French-Canadian delite called Poutine, which is Fries, cheddar cheese, beef gravy over top.

Gooey, sticky, mass of fries. Yum.
Yes. Made that twice at Garage, great stuff. Cheese curds required, not just regular cheese. No pineapple, wouldn't interest the Bogan community.
Oh dear! Surely you are not going to start profiling people by the use of possible extras on a hamburger... And I will call you Surely!
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Re: A tale of 2 Burger Kings.

Postby JBTrain » Thu May 29, 2014 4:17 pm

Joker Poker wrote:
JBTrain wrote:
Milord wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:
Milord wrote:How about vinegar on the fries(chips)? Yumm.
Spent some time in ClogLand with Mrs Stroppy visiting her rellies. They 'stock up' for the frozen winter over there and one of their favourite carbs is hot chips with mayonnaise and satay sauce. Took a while to get used to, but quite fond of it now. I have a favourite comment: in Holland every meal is deep fried fat. Dessert is distinguished from main course because it is deep fried fat with icing sugar.
There is a French-Canadian delite called Poutine, which is Fries, cheddar cheese, beef gravy over top.

Gooey, sticky, mass of fries. Yum.
Yes. Made that twice at Garage, great stuff. Cheese curds required, not just regular cheese. No pineapple, wouldn't interest the Bogan community.
Oh dear! Surely you are not going to start profiling people by the use of possible extras on a hamburger...
When it's my hamburger damn straight.
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