from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sandwich consisting of a bun, a cooked beef patty, and often other ingredients such as cheese, onion slices, lettuce, or condiments. Often used in combination: a cheeseburger.
- n. A similar sandwich with a nonbeef filling. Often used in combination: a crab burger; a tofu burger.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A hamburger.
- n. A similar sandwich or patty.
But then, if the burger is as great as you say we will eat there, because of that alone.
They are usually sandwiched between layers of other pyrotechnical material, much as a burger is augmented with pickles, tomato, and relish.
Sciullo walked away with $400, three t-shirts and what he calls a burger hangover.
Heck, if a Helvetia burger is all that good, bring it on!
From a waterscape of the sinking Titanic to a Claes Oldenburg-inspired pumpkin burger, don't get too spooked by how much devotion it must take to become a Pumpkin Master.
Anytime you use the word burger, it doesn't sound very elegant -- but he wasn't an elegant person.
Though the drive-in is sometimes characterized as a burger restaurant, 34 percent of its revenue comes from drinks and ice cream sales, Sparks said.
Example: One wouldn't claim that Wendy's $2.99 fee for a burger is a 'tax.'
And RUB's pitmaster Scott Smith and co-owner Andrew Fischel have snuck up on Meyer and Hanson with their burger, which is currently being served only on Monday nights.
Mrs. Obama had the lobster burger, which is apparently a specialty there.
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