@ybmuG this looks interesting in a good way. Mental note to try next time I venture out to the store and pick up hamburger … how integral do you think the Allspice is, seem to be missing that in my spice drawer.
@tinamarie1974 I think you could skip it if you needed to. You might notice the difference if you were comparing side-by-side, but it certainly won’t be bad. As an incentive to get some allspice, it is fantastic in cream of mushroom soup.
@Kyeh No no no on the jalapeños. Mind you my kid will drink, out of the can, the juice they are in and I think about 50%, by volume, of what she eats is cyanine pepper… but for me even black pepper is too hot. She’d be in line right behind you for those burgers.
I was working in Germany for an outdoor adventure program and one kid dared another one (these were 14-16 years olds) to drink the jalapeño juice from the can. Others, including the staff, tried to talk her out of it. She drank it. And then was in agony. We convinced her not to drink water and got her some bread. The kid who convinced her to drink it said that it couldn’t possibly be that hot so drank the rest of the can. She, too, ended up with a flaming mouth and in agony. We were trying so hard not to laugh.
@yakkoTDI Neither. I’m a couple of hours away on the Kansas side. Just close enough to know what good BBQ tastes like. And that Kansas Citians will eat an old leather shoe if you put enough BBQ sauce on it.
Seriously, one time I was at a cookout and they did not have cheese. They did have mustard and pickles though, which redeemed it somewhat, except someone had the gall to say that mustard should not have been invented.
I want spicy mustard (or Dijon or any that has a bit of a kick) but voted tomato because 9 times out of 10 they only have yellow mustard.
Tomato because if the patty is dry, which if only one condiment is likely, that helps.
And agreed: unlikely this place gives you only one topping but somehow egg and avocado are offered. Anyway, not picking those unless I get bacon too.