• I'd rather have a normal sized one then a little compensation:D
  • I eat White Castle sliders regularly ... once every ten years ... just like clockwork! ;-) Give me $1 burgers from Wendy's, Burger King, or McDonald's any day of the week over sliders.
  • Yes...along with those little mini pancakes that are sooooo good also.
  • Minibutrgers are fine. They require a little more work to shape and form each one ("Store-bought", already-made, frozen burgers? As far as I'm concerned, they are way over-priced for the amount of meat and quality folks pay for them). "The normal-size" burgers are better. Ditto with store bought or fast food. For a "change of pace" here are a couple burger alternatives: 1] When I was in the business, once in a while we featured "The Broke Man's Surf & Turf": This was a hamburger cooked to the customer's preference, topped with warm crab imperial [you could use the imitation crabmeat]. It was pretty popular for Thursdays' and Saturdays' lunch. 2] Another burger idea I developed and used: "THE Chateaubriand Burger" or "ChateauBurger" - THE Hamburger for Two". I use 90/10 fresh-ground hamburger. I found when I use 90/10 hamburger, there isn't as much liquid. 90/10 is 90% lean meat and 10% fat. You might be able to get away with 85/15, but anything less than that is very, very "iffy". You could add a little bread crumbs to the mix, salt, pepper, Worcestershire, a dash of Tabasco sauce or hot sauce and some garlic powder. One BIG hamburger for 2 people. Having more than 2? Make a larger burger or make 2 large burgers. Cook it to the desired doneness. Let it "rest" about 10-15 minutes. [Leave it on the counter so the meat relaxes and the juices get evenly redistributed through the burger. You could put it on a big platter with mushrooms, sautéed onions [or breaded onion rings], a couple of fresh green veggies [or canned veggies] and homemade [or instant] mashed potatoes on the border of the platter. Want to hear "WOW"? Make a Chateaubriand Burger. Want a relatively inexpensive romantic dinner for two? ChateauBurger WITH both of your favorite music, a bunch of cut flowers (or roses), some candles, your "good" china, napkins, glassware and silver. AND if you want, your favorite adult beverages. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: My wonderful family! Was in the Food and Beverage business over 26 years. "THE University of Hard Knocks" Also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons".
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  • Usually the ones at bars or restaurants are really good tasting (especially Kobe beef ones).
  • I like any burgers, but I like maxi burgers a lot more than mini burgers

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