By:Â Allana Mortell
If I could eat one food for the rest of my life it would be a really good hamburger. My palate has certainly expanded over the years and I no longer scarf down a McDonald’s burger a day like I did when I was a kid. Nowadays, when looking for the mark of a great burger I check for a number of factors.
First, price. Sorry to say, but I am a firm believer that a burger under ten bucks can be just as flavorful (and from my experience, better) than a 20-dollar-plus-ten-for-fancy-cheese some restaurants call a burger. Next, in terms of toppings, a great burger joint in my opinion, should have an array of burger toppers to choose from, whether it be cheese, sauces, vegetables, maybe some fried onion strings or pickled okra? Just sayin’.
To make things even sweeter for you and your wallet is when you stumble into a restaurant that doesn’t charge $5 for each topping. Read More