Yep, Phoenix has several and Tucson has 2. Just like the old-time burger
places. Unfortunately they also use the no transfat (i.e., no flavor) oils
for the fries, but other than that, they are good.
Chile's also has really good burgers. McDs and Burger King? Not so much.
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On Sat, 15 May 2010 19:00:04 -0700, the renowned "Lew Hodgett"
Yes and yes. Check out the secret menu-- fries "animal style" are an
AFAIUI, all their meat comes from one plant, and they won't freeze it,
so they can't get much further east than AZ.
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On Thu, 13 May 2010 17:53:49 -0700, "Jon Danniken"
I make a ball of the required weight and roll it round then place it
between squares of waxed paper. If I am freezing the patties,I leave
the waxed paper on both sides for easy separation of the frozen
patties, if cooking immediately,I only use single paper between. the
paper aids in placing the patties on the grill. For turning I use
tongs with widely spaced fork prongs on one side and a solid spatula
on the other.
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