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    Had an outstanding olive burger from Halo Burger last time I was in Michigan. Nothing in recent memory comes close.

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    Ground sirloin with tomato, lettuce, onion and a little bit of ketchup and pickle relish. No cheese or mayo. I also like veggie burgers, especially the black bean variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rousseau View Post
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    PEANUT BUTTER! Gross!

    A good hamburger also needs very thin slices of onion.
    It gets that reaction a lot because it's so uncommon, but it's definitely growing in popularity around here.

    I have heard of burgers with Vietnamese Fish Sauce. No thanks.
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    Meat done medium rare over mesquite, bun, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, mustard, ketchup, and if in the mood, cheddar or Swiss cheese. I'm pretty much a traditionalist with burgers.
    Ramblin' on my mind.

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    Lettuce, blue cheese, pickle and slather on the mayo. The burger should have a decent char and a pink middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rousseau View Post
    At home:
    - (good) bacon
    - (good) old cheddar
    - some kind of relish, either pickle, corn, or a chutney
    - some kind of spiciness

    When I'm at the specialty burger place in town, though, my go to is something like this:
    - cream cheese
    - gouda
    - peanut butter
    If I were to add garlic to my burgers, I would essentially have deconstructed guacamole with blue cheese on my cheeseburger, so I'm in no position to criticize your use of peanut butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
    Had an outstanding olive burger from Halo Burger last time I was in Michigan. Nothing in recent memory comes close.
    It's been many a year since I've put olives on a burger. I bet a nice tapenade or New Orleans-style muffaletta would be nice on a burger. One would need to find other ways to reduce the salt of the other ingredients. Perhaps eliminate the ketchup, mustard, and/or even the cheese. Perhaps add some fresh veggies to counteract the saltiness (more tomato?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underseer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
    Had an outstanding olive burger from Halo Burger last time I was in Michigan. Nothing in recent memory comes close.
    It's been many a year since I've put olives on a burger. I bet a nice tapenade or New Orleans-style muffaletta would be nice on a burger. One would need to find other ways to reduce the salt of the other ingredients. Perhaps eliminate the ketchup, mustard, and/or even the cheese. Perhaps add some fresh veggies to counteract the saltiness (more tomato?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Underseer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Parker View Post
    Had an outstanding olive burger from Halo Burger last time I was in Michigan. Nothing in recent memory comes close.
    It's been many a year since I've put olives on a burger. I bet a nice tapenade or New Orleans-style muffaletta would be nice on a burger. One would need to find other ways to reduce the salt of the other ingredients. Perhaps eliminate the ketchup, mustard, and/or even the cheese. Perhaps add some fresh veggies to counteract the saltiness (more tomato?).
    Mayo


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    • Mayo is not a vegetable.
    • Mayo has salt and would not counteract the inherent saltiness of tapenade or muffaletta.

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