Well Miles, you have demonstrated to this NG and now the world that you are
not a true gourmet! Whitey's are an "acquired" taste. Sometimes a jaded
palate such as yours will take a time or two to learn to love 'em. They are
best enjoyed as part of a twelve-course meal.... six whitey's and a
I remember about a hundred years ago when I first ate White Castle burgers.
I would get a half dozen and take them home and put a slice of tomato on
each one with plenty of salt and pepper. That made them perfect! I wish I
had a had dozen now.
with stuff like that, you have to settle for a "meat-like substance", Miles...
same thing at most fast food places, IMO...
I love stopping at those little "ma & pa" burgers places out in the country,
where you get a cheese burger that's made of real beef and a years worth of
calories.. and real fries from potatoes that haven't been processed and
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I like the "real" burgers too, (NO cheese on mine, or anything else I
eat though! Cheese = disgusting) but once or twice a year, I gotta have
sliders..nothing but "meat", onions, and bun. No pickle, no ketchup, no
anything else on it, or it's trash, IMO.
Sliders tend to be a "guy" thing, most of the women I know think they
So do I. Hard to find a good burger but theres a few places around
here. In & Out Burgers are really popular old fashioned chain but
they're not that great to me. Like you said, the mom & pop real burger
places are where to go for something great.
We have a place here in town called "Fat Jacks"... really well named.. *lol*
We go about twice a year for a real burger and fries with s real MILK shake in
the metal thing that they make it in... I think more than twice a year would
cause a cholesterol overdose...
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Each time I travel to the midwest and east I've noticed the same thing.
People there love bland foods! Spicy or flavorfull means the food has
salt and pepper. I felt that WC's tasted like the burgers of my younger
years. The ones served at grade school cafeterias that were made out of
some sorta animal by-product that I never could figure out just what.
So now I get it, you just gotta be snockered from a six-pack first! lol
Mike Simmons wrote:
Maybe you didn't employ the correct dining ritual. . . .
First you grasp the top of the bag containing the desired number of
gutbombs and open it slowly, reverently.
Then you inhale deeply the glorious odor of steam table cooked meat and
onions, savoring the slightly greasy background scent that guarantees
the comestible will slide down the palate unimpeded.
You then extract the the first burger, uncover it and consume it. Now a
special technique is required here.
You don't "nibble" a WC. You must try to bite off at least 1/4 to 1/2
the sandwich at a time wiuth the full intent to have as much in your
mouth at a time you can.
Three chews, that's it, and swallow with a large gulp of beverage.
Burp and repeat until all food is gone. Fries are added according to
taste, but many WC experts say they should be kept to the side until
the last burger is gone.
The method of consumption is also the secret behind their methane
Hope you get a chance to try them one more time . . .say, does anyone
know if IN still has the law that says feeding WCs to kids is child
Miles, that ought to give ya a good indication of what some folks around
here consider food.<G>
The last wc in my area I knew of was in a section of Boston called the
"Combat Zone". Not even the muggers, hookers, pimps, drunks and junkies
would eat there. It was closed about 20 years ago.
I think wc have been banned from the new england region. Least I hope so.
Received greeeaaaattt news today, got confirmation for a class in Cincinnati
next week. The training center is about 5-6 blocks from a Castle. Castles
for lunch and a crave case to go.... It just don't get any better than
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