Layered Burger

Yesterday we celebrated my hubby’s birthday. For a treat, we decided to go out for lunch and eat a burger at South Street Burger Co. These are not just any burgers, but are made from hormone-free and additive-free patties. The cost per burger is more; but we were hoping that the filling would make for a tastier and healthier meal.

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New York Fries. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

Once we had received our order, we brought it to the table. The fries, of course, had to be dusted with seasoned salt. My choice of burger was Mushroom and Swiss. Looking at it, the meal certainly looked different to what is offered at MacDonald’s – even the bread looked of a better quality.

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Mushroom and Swiss Burger. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

My husband bit into his burger, showing the layers of his sandwich. He claimed the taste of his choice was as good as is described in the menu.

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Layers of a burger. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

The burgers were tasty – and very filling. Next time we will do without the fries and try instead the onion rings.

Do you enjoy eating the layers of a burger?

(This post was inspired by the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge)

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

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65 thoughts on “Layered Burger

  1. This are definitely some juicy layers :D. The last time I had one was in a cafe in Paris in May. Here we have our local version of minced meat – called cevapcici and we have it once a month on a work day :D. It is not layered, but it is pure meat without additives, with a very nice bread bun 🙂

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  2. Yum! They look wonderful. After seeing a documentary about what goes into hamburger these days, I switched to buying direct from a farmer who raises his own cows with no artificial anything, and the difference is amazing!

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    1. When we tasted the meat, we could actually taste the difference. The taste was well worth the extra money spent. The next step would be to make our patties from scratch using humane-raised beef.

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  3. Oh my, my mouth is watering. We’ve been looking for a good “burger joint” for my once a year splurge on a great burger or steak out. Had steak twice recently at brother-in-laws, so now the burger hunt is on. Especially after your post — I think the restaurant should give you a free meal in exchange for those photos!

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  4. I haven’t had a layered burger in several years.
    In our part of Canada (prairies, ranchland Alberta), bison is raised and is deliciously low fat. Our meat for “special” occasions.

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  5. That looks sooo good. Happy b-day to your hubby! Thinking of you as a teacher and thinking of the visit I just made to my children’s teacher’s classroom, the layered burger reference made me think of the beginning middle and ending of story-making picture on her classroom wall!!

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      1. Good question. When I pointed that out to him, it didn’t seem to resonate. Meanwhile, my other son enjoys writing stories on ‘watpad’. He finds interesting pics and then writes a short story about them as you do on your ‘Free Write Fridays’

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