November 03, 2006

In-N-Out

The topic of burgers came up today at work, and immediately I brought up my favorite burger place, In-N-Out burgers. Actually the conversation started when one guy had interest in buying Tim Horton's stock, and then we got talking about various franchising which finally led to the discussion of burgers.

One guy told me about Fatburger, which is a place I guess I will have to try out when I go this Christmas.

But the thing about In-N-Out burgers is that they're made fresh -- never frozen, and you can pretty much order it any way you like. They have a secret menu where you can order certain things and they'll bring out a burger according to the code name.

One popular burger is the # x #. So say you order a 3x4. That's 3 patties and 4 slices of cheese. 4x4 is 4 patties and 4 slices of cheese. Check out this guy, who had a 100x100 (if you just ate, don't click.. it's kinda gross in a very funny way).

Another one is the "flying dutchman", which is one I will likely try this winter. It's two patties, two slices of cheese. No lettuce, no tomatoes, no buns, no anything. Just meat and cheese.

The one I already knew about is "Animal style" which basically means they give you sauteed onions instead of fresh uncooked onions. What I didn't know is that you can also get animal style fries, they top your fries off with secret sauce, cheese and sauteed onions.

Secret sauce is just Thousand Island dressing, btw.

One other one I wanted to try is the "Protein Burger", this is just a regular burger but they wrap it in lettuce instead of buns. So no bread at all, just patties and cheese wrapped in a lettuce, kinda like that Peking Duck thing.

Here's a PDFof all their secret stuff, and a site. Check them out.. they have pictures.

6 comments:

b.p. said...

is fatburger a chain in the states?

-A said...

I feel sick just looking at that 100x100. Incredible what people do just for "fun". Wonder how many hours on the Wii someone needs to play to burn that monster off...

GY said...

I agree with In 'n Out burger!! haha

Michelle said...

We don't have any burger places like that, at least not that i can think of right now. I like Fuddruckers, their veggie burgers are actually edible and can add my own toppings. :)

Michelle said...

p.s.
it's time for a music review! Please? :P I need some ideas...

eBrian said...

Yes, Fatburger is a chain in the US, although I believe when we checked the site, there is 1 Canadian location, in Vancouver.

I haven't been listening to much new music lately, but I'll throw up a review on Tomlin's new disc soon.