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Unread 09-01-2010, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default Restaurant Quality Burgers at Home

Ross's post about his burgers was still on my mind when I read this. I don't know of any restaurants I want to copy at home.

http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/food/...urger-2332392/
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I'd like to try this at home! Here's one that I had in SoCal last month.



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I'd like to try this at home! Here's one that I had in SoCal last month.



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Is that In-n-Out burger?
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Yeah, no doubt where that one is from...Mmmmmmm
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Is that In-n-Out burger?
Yep, it's a Double-Double Animal-style.

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In NYC there are actually quite a few burger spots that would be good models to emulate.. i think this article is paying homage to that trend.

The Serious Eats article (linked to by Yahoo in their article) has some great tips. I had started grinding my own blend with decent results but had always seasoned my grind before I researched a bit more. The tip about not salting until just before cooking is the best advice I think people can take if they really want a juicy, beefy burger. Sometimes I will do a more “meat-loaf” style burger and mix in some things to the grind, but for pure unadulterated burger deliciousness, I handle as little as possible and season the exterior just before cooking.
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Thanks for the photo! I have heard of "In and Out Burgers," but never had one.
The photo tells all!
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I had my first In-N-Out last month and thought it was great, but I still prefer 5 Guys over I/O.
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I had my first In-N-Out last month and thought it was great, but I still prefer 5 Guys over I/O.

I heard 5 Guys is opening new stores around the Bay Area, might have to give them a try.
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I don't know of any restaurants I want to copy at home.
There are a few places that grind their own meat that I try to copy - Kuma's being the main one. They use great meat, a wide variety of spice mixes, and some of the most inventive toppings, I've ever seen. Most of the restaurants I've asked have been more than happy to tell me the cuts of beef and the general spices they use.
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Yep, it's a Double-Double Animal-style.

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Gotta have the Animal Style fries with that! Then just go and check yourself into the nearest hospital
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In-N-Out! oh yeah.

My parents knew the Snyder family. Behind the in-N-Out on Francisquito ave. They had a Smart and Final type store. My parents shopped there. They gave us our first case of microwave corndogs. Like crack to a junky back then. I worked on Highway Patrol cars (oil, tire, fluid changes) in high school. We used to borrow a car and make a pass through the drive through. We'd get free food before they realized we weren't cops. At a lot of them burgers. Oh yeah and the shakes!

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Gotta have the Animal Style fries with that! Then just go and check yourself into the nearest hospital
No, no...No way! Thats good for you now and then. I just do a couple more sit ups (ya right) .
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Good one Norco. Personally I'm not into I-n-O fries and their burgers are OK. Once in a while a double double, ya know. I think you had to grow up in SoCal to be addicted to them. I moved here when I was 20. Oh well.
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