Definitions

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  • noun A burger made with ground beef from a better-than-usual cut.

Etymologies

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steak +‎ burger

Examples

  • I ripped into the "steakburger" chain two months ago, when a pointless 1-for-20 reverse stock split to catapult its stock into the hundreds struck me as an extreme case of

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • The linchpin of the concept stores is the Signature steakburger $5.99, said Jim Flaniken , a spokesman for the restaurant.

    Indiana's Signature Steaks

  • The menu is tightly edited, but hits all the right notes, including the Original Double Cheese steakburger $3.99 and a specialty steakburgers with offerings like portobello mushrooms, guacamole and barbecue sauce.

    Indiana's Signature Steaks

  • In the steakhouse, its dominion, this steakburger is usually broiled under scorching hot gas flames until the proteins metamorphose and the lipids in the fats char.

    Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn: Hamburger Heaven: A Taxonomy of the Different Species of Hamburger

  • The best cheeseburger in Los Angeles is a 3 way tie between the steakburger at the Apple Pan, the Oakwood Cheeseburger at the Crocodile Cafe, and the cheeseburger at the Pie'n'Burger in Pasadena.

    Draw the Line

  • But then again sometimes I prefer a Steak &Shake steakburger to fresh sushi or a fine Italian pasta from a local 4-star restaurant, too.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » British Chocolate:

  • In n Out Burger is way better and the Double-Double includes cheese and you can order two double-doubles for the price of one steakburger.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • I ordered the steakburger with no pickles for $6.70.

    Apple Pan

  • In n Out Burger is way better and the Double-Double includes cheese and you can order two double-doubles for the price of one steakburger.

    Apple Pan

  • I ordered the steakburger with no pickles for $6.70.

    Archive 2006-01-01

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