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Old 01-31-2009, 09:20 AM   #1
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This could have potential if you made you own cheeseburgers

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Old 01-31-2009, 09:24 AM   #2
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at my age ...... Cholesterol is a killer
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at my age ...... Cholesterol is a killer
but at your age, everything is a killer......so go ahead and enjoy those burgers

Check out dyers in memphis tn, home of the deep fried burger
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Old 01-31-2009, 03:01 PM   #4
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Check out dyers in memphis tn, home of the deep fried burger
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We’re not necessarily saying that a hamburger from Dyer’s is the best on earth; we’re not even saying that it is, objectively speaking, excellent. However, if you consider yourself a hamburger person, you must eat one. And once you’ve done that, you will likely want to eat many more.

If we equivocate, it’s because this hamburger is made and cooked in a wicked, wicked way, a way guaranteed to get the nutrition police sirens wailing. A round of raw ground beef is held on the cutting board under a spatula and the spatula is whacked a few times with a heavy hammer, flattening the meat into a semi-compressed patty at least four inches wide. Now, the really good part: the patty is submerged into a deep, black skillet full of bubbling-hot grease, grease that the management boasts has not been changed since Dyer’s opened in 1912! It’s the grease that gives a Dyer’s burger a consummately juicy interior while it develops a crusty outside and a unique, shall we say, intriguing flavor.

Our waitress explained that the grease is carefully strained every night after closing hour (usually about 4am; this is Beale Street, after all); and besides, the really old grease is always burning off, so the supply that supposedly never changes is, in fact, always changing. Whatever. The fact is that this is one heck of an interesting hamburger. We are especially smitten by the many ways in which it is served: as a double or triple, or as a double or triple “combo” (with layers of cheese), and with really good hand-cut French fries on the side. The menu boasts that each hamburger is served “Always on a Genuine Wonder Bread bun.”

If hamburgers are not your passion, allow us to suggest another Dyer’s specialty: the Big Rag Baloney sandwich. That’s a half-inch thick slab of baloney that is fried to a crisp in the same skillet, and in the same vintage oil as the burgers.

Overall: Worth driving from anyplace
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Beats the alternative....being dumbass (aka a Raiders fan).
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Back in my day we respected our elders .......... whipper snappers
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if any of you guys are ever in Clifton, NJ (about 5 min from giants stadium/nyc) check this place out..........whent there before the jets game this year..........AMAZING!


The magnificent hot dog served by Rutt's Hut is known as a ripper because its skin tears and crinkles when it is deep fried. The oil bath turns the pork-and-beef link rugged, dark, and chewy on the outside, while the interior remains soft and juicy. With mustard or spicy-sweet relish, this is one of America's great hot dogs.


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Cremator ($2.00)

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"Fans of Rutt’s know the magnificent hot dogs served here as rippers because their skin tears and crinkles when they are deep fried. The oil bath turns the pork-and-beef links rugged, dark, and chewy on the outside, while the interior remains soft and juicy. Weenie ..." [Read More].


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"My wife and I finally made the trip up to Rutt's (50 miles) for what has been described as the best hot dog in New Jersey. We were not disappointed. The dogs were great, their relish was excellent (we bought a pint to bring home), so was the chili and the onion ..." [Read More].


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"Rutt's has GREAT hot dogs. Their rippers have spoiled dirty water dogs for me, I can only eat rippers, or if stranded away from Rutt's Hut by some international incident, a grilled dog to ward off starvation while I plot my return to Rutt's rippers with the special ..." [Read More].


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"Rutt's Hutt is the the crown jewel of New Jersey hot dog places. Rutt's is famous for their deep-fried hot dogs ("rippers"), and I have never eaten as good a hot dog anywhere else in the world (and I go looking for this sort of thing). Their onion rings, really ..." [Read More].
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heard about what happened with your first girl friend ...... she kicked your ass to the curb before your first date .. any clue as to what went wrong ?
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Elders? Just how old are you, you old coot? and what is a whippersnapper, is that another one of these fried items discussed in this thread or some kind of exotic move that might require medical attention at the end of it.
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Didn't White Castle offer deep friend Sliders a few years back?
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I would like to try deep fried ice cream. anyboy here had one?
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Almost every Mexican place has it, great stuff.
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Man, back in the 80's I worked at la Fonda's in Ft Collins, we had it there.
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