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« Reply #435 on: January 06, 2016, 11:44:32 AM »

Let's get down to brass tacks: Huey, have you ever brought an outside burger into Wrigley Field?

Burger?  No.

Taco Bell, Bacci and the burrito joint under the tracks?  Yes.  Probably McDonalds at 1 time as well, so maybe a burger.
 

El Burrito Mexicano. Makers of one of the best burritos I've ever had, although a Toronto joint called Fat Bastard Burritos has supplanted them as my favorite.

Then you clearly wouldn't know decent Mexican food if I smacked you round the head with it.

I think it's more a statement of how difficult it is to get a good burrito. But when did you have a Fat Bastard's Burrito?

I didn't say I had.  You said El Burrito Mexicano was one of the best you've ever had, though, and I've had that one.
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« Reply #436 on: January 06, 2016, 11:53:28 AM »

Let's get down to brass tacks: Huey, have you ever brought an outside burger into Wrigley Field?

Burger?  No.

Taco Bell, Bacci and the burrito joint under the tracks?  Yes.  Probably McDonalds at 1 time as well, so maybe a burger.
 

El Burrito Mexicano. Makers of one of the best burritos I've ever had, although a Toronto joint called Fat Bastard Burritos has supplanted them as my favorite.

Then you clearly wouldn't know decent Mexican food if I smacked you round the head with it.

I think it's more a statement of how difficult it is to get a good burrito. But when did you have a Fat Bastard's Burrito?

I didn't say I had.  You said El Burrito Mexicano was one of the best you've ever had, though, and I've had that one.

It's a solid effort, but I wouldn't get one if I wasn't going to a ballgame.
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« Reply #437 on: January 07, 2016, 01:44:24 PM »

DPD, their most famous burger is probably the Walking Chedd, which is a cheeseburger topped with mac and cheese with a bun that is actually just two things of fried mac and cheese:


To both of your photos: wow
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« Reply #438 on: January 07, 2016, 01:47:47 PM »

DPD, their most famous burger is probably the Walking Chedd, which is a cheeseburger topped with mac and cheese with a bun that is actually just two things of fried mac and cheese:


To both of your photos: wow

They have some incredible burgers, then there's usually a weekly special that's crazier than the regular ones.

http://zombieburgerdm.com/drink-lab/#food--burgers-dogs
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« Reply #439 on: January 11, 2016, 12:33:12 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.



I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?
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« Reply #440 on: January 11, 2016, 01:17:16 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.



I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Give me the intersection where you are staying, and I will give you directions to the closest Burger's Priest. They are springing up all throughout the city.

If, on the other hand, you want some good Mexican, there is a taco place that is amazing that I would heartily recommend (La Carnita).
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« Reply #441 on: January 11, 2016, 02:02:20 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.


I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Give me the intersection where you are staying, and I will give you directions to the closest Burger's Priest. They are springing up all throughout the city.

If, on the other hand, you want some good Mexican, there is a taco place that is amazing that I would heartily recommend (La Carnita) ask someone else.

No cilantro'd.
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« Reply #442 on: January 11, 2016, 02:09:53 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.


I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Give me the intersection where you are staying, and I will give you directions to the closest Burger's Priest. They are springing up all throughout the city.

If, on the other hand, you want some good Mexican, there is a taco place that is amazing that I would heartily recommend (La Carnita) ask someone else.

No cilantro'd.

Don't take my word for it. Or theirs.

Not sure what your point is about cilantro. I can't eat it. Some of their tacos have cilantro but most do not.
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« Reply #443 on: January 11, 2016, 02:20:09 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.


I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Give me the intersection where you are staying, and I will give you directions to the closest Burger's Priest. They are springing up all throughout the city.

If, on the other hand, you want some good Mexican, there is a taco place that is amazing that I would heartily recommend (La Carnita) ask someone else.

No cilantro'd.

Don't take my word for it. Or theirs.

Not sure what your point is about cilantro. I can't eat it. Some of their tacos have cilantro but most do not.

Do you really expect me to believe that these people know more about Mexican food than a Welsh/Irish Australian?
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« Reply #444 on: January 11, 2016, 02:41:59 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.



I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Not sure - all my old cohorts have quit. Just find someone who's relatively cool to hang out with and skip the evening horseshit and go to Burger's Priest instead. Carry on my tradition of indifference.
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« Reply #445 on: January 11, 2016, 03:02:57 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.



I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Not sure - all my old cohorts have quit. Just find someone who's relatively cool to hang out with and skip the evening horseshit and go to Burger's Priest instead. Carry on my tradition of indifference.

Gotcha.  By the way, they have a secret menu I just uncovered.
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« Reply #446 on: January 11, 2016, 03:56:40 PM »

There are a few really well-loved burger places in Toronto. Probably the hippest is the Burger's Priest, which offers a tasty, local-grown beef served on fresh buns. It's so well-loved that it's spawned several successful knock-offs, including Holy Chuck's. Still, for my dollar, the best burger place is Five Guys. Chain or no chain, I can't get enough of their burgers.

You guys are all missing the point: Burger's Priest is fucking awesome. Way better than Five Guys.

If you're ever in Toronto go there for sure and get the Pope, jarge style. That thing in between the burgers is a portabello mushroom covered in cheese and deep fried.



I'll be in Toronto tomorrow, in fact.  Slak, I'll assume some of your old cohorts will be interested and will know where to go find one?

Not sure - all my old cohorts have quit. Just find someone who's relatively cool to hang out with and skip the evening horseshit and go to Burger's Priest instead. Carry on my tradition of indifference.

Gotcha.  By the way, they have a secret menu I just uncovered.

Yes, I recommend you utilize it.
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« Reply #447 on: February 02, 2016, 01:56:21 PM »

If you ever decide you want to die in Hawaii, there's a place conveniently located by the Maui airport in Kahalui that features the "Quad Moco Challenge" - if you can eat 4 8 oz beef patties smothered in gravy, 8 eggs and 8 scoops of rice in 45 minutes, it's free. Otherwise it'll run you $35.
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