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2013-12-13 09:47:09 AM  
Heathens. They forgot the sprinkle of nutmeg. Typical east-coasters.

/Canadian
 
2013-12-13 11:02:41 AM  
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How to make a Christmas burger like a Canadian [burger].
 
2013-12-13 12:29:56 PM  
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2013-12-13 12:48:40 PM  
No mayonnaise?
 
2013-12-13 01:07:27 PM  
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2013-12-13 02:02:37 PM  
If this were an actual thing, I'd rather eat tree on my burger than fruitcake.
 
2013-12-13 02:08:56 PM  
You lost me at fruit cake
 
2013-12-13 02:22:27 PM  
I know this is Nova Scotia but their menu lists a "Maple Burger" and on facebook they advertise
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Do Canadians actually eat those abominations?

The only other vid on their channel is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d7r_EYJey0
img.youtube.com

Making (and eating!) a One Pound Hamburger at Hub Grub
Published on Nov 28, 2013
Just how long does it take to make (and eat!) a delicious honestly 1 pound burger at Hub Grub in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada? Just about 40 minutes start to finish! www.hubgrub.ca or Facebook.com/HubGrubTruro


where the "chef" takes a thin 1lb patty and while cooking it proudly shows us his digital timer and tells us that it cooks 20 minutes on the first side before flipping.

20 minutes????
 
2013-12-13 03:04:49 PM  

rlandrum: No mayonnaise?


Never understood why Americans think Canadians put mayo on everything. This ain't Belgium, people!

/though I *do* use mayo on a club sandwich
//not even a member, y'all
 
2013-12-13 03:48:02 PM  
I can only pray this burger takes off exactly like the cronut burger.  if so Canada will easily become the burger capital of the world.
 
2013-12-13 03:49:06 PM  
HairBolus:

where the "chef" takes a thin 1lb patty and while cooking it proudly shows us his digital timer and tells us that it cooks 20 minutes on the first side before flipping.

20 minutes????


Where did you think hockey pucks came from?
 
2013-12-13 03:58:42 PM  
relish and a pickle?  isn't that redundant?
 
2013-12-13 04:49:25 PM  
That's not a Canadian Christmas burger! There's no poutine fixins or maple syrup on it!
 
2013-12-13 08:45:48 PM  
Those motherfarkers just ruined a perfectly good bacon cheeseburger.

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2013-12-13 09:01:27 PM  

rlandrum: No mayonnaise?


I'm guessing they only had Miracle whip, the pepsi of condiments.
 
2013-12-13 09:20:56 PM  

Katolu: You lost me at fruit cake


Lost me at relish.
 
2013-12-13 11:01:50 PM  

lack of warmth: Katolu: You lost me at fruit cake

Lost me at relish.


Lost me at Canadian
 
2013-12-13 11:24:33 PM  

HairBolus: I know this is Nova Scotia but their menu lists a "Maple Burger" and on facebook they advertise
[scontent-b-lga.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]
Do Canadians actually eat those abominations?

The only other vid on their channel is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d7r_EYJey0
[img.youtube.com image 320x180]

Making (and eating!) a One Pound Hamburger at Hub Grub
Published on Nov 28, 2013
Just how long does it take to make (and eat!) a delicious honestly 1 pound burger at Hub Grub in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada? Just about 40 minutes start to finish! www.hubgrub.ca or Facebook.com/HubGrubTruro

where the "chef" takes a thin 1lb patty and while cooking it proudly shows us his digital timer and tells us that it cooks 20 minutes on the first side before flipping.

20 minutes????


I wonder how GrubHub feels about this restaurant business calling itself Hub Grub?
 
2013-12-13 11:41:55 PM  

HotWingAgenda: HairBolus: I know this is Nova Scotia but their menu lists a "Maple Burger" and on facebook they advertise
[scontent-b-lga.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x540]
Do Canadians actually eat those abominations?

The only other vid on their channel is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d7r_EYJey0
[img.youtube.com image 320x180]

Making (and eating!) a One Pound Hamburger at Hub Grub
Published on Nov 28, 2013
Just how long does it take to make (and eat!) a delicious honestly 1 pound burger at Hub Grub in Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada? Just about 40 minutes start to finish! www.hubgrub.ca or Facebook.com/HubGrubTruro

where the "chef" takes a thin 1lb patty and while cooking it proudly shows us his digital timer and tells us that it cooks 20 minutes on the first side before flipping.

20 minutes????

I wonder how GrubHub feels about this restaurant business calling itself Hub Grub?


I don't see what's all the hubbub, bub.
 
2013-12-14 01:03:58 AM  

Savage Bacon: rlandrum: No mayonnaise?

Never understood why Americans think Canadians put mayo on everything. This ain't Belgium, people!

/though I *do* use mayo on a club sandwich
//not even a member, y'all


When I was on vacation up there and asked for the house wine (from a local vineyard; was 100% excellent BTW), the waitress did ask if I wanted mayo with that..... so, it isn't like we're too off the wall when we think Can00kz like mayo with their salad dressing.

/just kidding on the wine.. did, in fact ask, if wanted it with our steaks and thought she was joking - she wasn't. Seriously - wth?!?
//NO.. was NOT a steak sandwich.. were steak dinners (at least I do not think she was joking)
 
2013-12-14 11:39:46 AM  

HairBolus: Do Canadians actually eat those abominations?



Well maybe not everyone but yes. It's not a stereotype maple everything is pretty much the norm and maple burgers are the least of it the donair burger is just donair meat on a bun which is probably the cleanest way to eat a donair short of using a fork like some kind of woman.
 
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