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(Time)   Feeling hungry? Here are the 17 most influential burgers of all-time, with an iconic slider at number one   (newsfeed.time.com) divider line 100
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2014-01-18 05:08:02 PM
Draw your own conclusions:

·  17. The Krusty Burger

·16. The Ghost Burger

·15. The Varsity Burger

·14. The Umami Burger

·13. The Ray's Hell Burger

·12. The Ramen Burger

·11. The MOS Burger

·10. The Jucy Lucy

·9. The Lab-Grown Burger

·8. The Quadruple Bypass Burger

·7. The ShackBurger

·6. The Gardenburger

·5. The Burger King Whopper

·4. The 21 Burger

·3. The In-N-Out Burger

·2. The McDonald's Burger

·1. The White Castle Slider
 
2014-01-18 05:13:45 PM
#1 The Big Kahuna Burger
 
2014-01-18 05:21:55 PM

Eddie Adams from Torrance: #1 The Big Kahuna Burger


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2014-01-18 05:30:22 PM

HawgWild: Eddie Adams from Torrance: #1 The Big Kahuna Burger

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That is a tasty burger.
 
2014-01-18 05:30:24 PM
This list absolutely fails without the Big Mac. A hamburger is a hamburger. Find me someone who can't recite the Big Mac jingle. Kids do it while jumping rope, and adults remember the commercial so well that they can do it even though they haven't run it in years.

White Castle, aside from the exposure from the Harold and Kumar movie, is a regional favorite. I didn't even have a White Castle burger until I was over 18. In-And-Out burger? Never had one, another regional food. Everybody has either had a Big Mac, seen one, or knows what it is and where to get one.
 
2014-01-18 05:31:51 PM
Also, deslided.
 
2014-01-18 05:35:30 PM

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Everybody has either had a Big Mac, seen one, or knows what it is and where to get one.


I have never eaten a Big Mac.
 
2014-01-18 05:40:24 PM
While I was growing up, Jack in the Box burgers were the best. Seriously. Most of the burgers on the list I have never heard of.
 
2014-01-18 05:42:50 PM
Out of all of those, I've only had McDonald's and Burger King.
 
2014-01-18 05:50:44 PM

Tellingthem: HawgWild: Eddie Adams from Torrance: #1 The Big Kahuna Burger

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That is a tasty burger.


And you can buy one at 7:00 AM.
 
2014-01-18 06:07:32 PM
Stupid list, White Castle just stole the idea from White Manna in NJ (originally the World's Fair in NYC)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9RRsUbDV0U
 
2014-01-18 06:18:36 PM
#1A -- Royale with cheese.
 
2014-01-18 06:23:09 PM

Delay: While I was growing up, Jack in the Box burgers were the best. Seriously. Most of the burgers on the list I have never heard of.


Until they tried to kill you.
 
2014-01-18 07:16:08 PM
Gourmet burgers can be good or they can be meh (The 21 Burger), many high end restaurants offer a version of it.

From that list I've had a Whopper, Slider, In-N-Out, and of course the McDonald's normal burger. I was making Juicy Lucy's back in high school but I've never had one prepared for me at a restaurant. Out of that list I would put In-N-Out on top even though I've only had it once.

Come to the midwest and try a butterburger if you see a Culver's. Also I did like Steak-N-Shake when I was in Missouri.
 
2014-01-18 07:21:28 PM
Krazy Jim's Blimpy Burger - triple cheese, specifically.

/Did Commander Cody write a song about sliders?  Hell no.
 
2014-01-18 07:25:07 PM
They left out Whataburger.

Made any damn way you want it, 24/7.

Other than that, the only really influential ones on the list are Whopper, in an out, garden burger, WC, and Micky dee's
 
2014-01-18 07:28:42 PM
Just what are these burgers influencing, exactly?
 
2014-01-18 07:28:49 PM
The Garbage Plate is the greatest burger of all time*


*between 1:00 and 3:00 am, drunk off your ass.
 
2014-01-18 07:28:51 PM

"Ding-dong! May I interject for a second? As a Burger Shack employee for the past three years, if there's one thing I've learned, it's that if you're craving White Castle, the burgers here just don't cut it. In fact, just thinking about those tender little White Castle burgers with those little, itty-bitty grilled onions that just explode in your mouth like flavor crystals every time you bite into one... just makes me want to burn this motherfarker down. COME ON, POOKIE, LET'S BURN THIS MOTHERFARKER DOWN!!!! COME ON POOKIE!!! LET'S BURN IT POOKIE!!!! LET'S BURN THIS MOTHERFARKER DOWN!!!! LET'S BURN IT DOWN!!!! LET'S BURN IT!!!!

...So you guys maybe should just suck it up and go to White Castle."


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2014-01-18 07:30:25 PM

Adolf Oliver Nipples: This list absolutely fails without the Big Mac.


The list has the Whopper, which is what influenced McDonalds to create the Big Mac- making the Whopper more influential, and more deserving of the spot on the list. The Big Mac is an imitator, even if popular. The original McDonalds burger is rightly on that list, though.

My problem was that most of those burgers were from within the last decade (or the last year) and not particularly influential, just experiments that somebody did somewhere. This blogger very clearly came from the "history began yesterday" school of writers.
 
2014-01-18 07:31:14 PM
No Camellia Grill Cannibal Burger?

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2014-01-18 07:33:16 PM

antidisestablishmentarianism: Gourmet burgers can be good or they can be meh (The 21 Burger), many high end restaurants offer a version of it.

From that list I've had a Whopper, Slider, In-N-Out, and of course the McDonald's normal burger. I was making Juicy Lucy's back in high school but I've never had one prepared for me at a restaurant. Out of that list I would put In-N-Out on top even though I've only had it once.

Come to the midwest and try a butterburger if you see a Culver's. Also I did like Steak-N-Shake when I was in Missouri.


I really need to try one of the butterburgers next time I'm in the midwest...and the Juicy Lucy is awesome to the max.

Now thanks to subby I am going to go out and get a burger because I'm hungry and now I really want one.
 
2014-01-18 07:35:13 PM
9. The Lab-Grown Burger

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Lem and Phil would be proud. ("It tastes like despair.")
 
2014-01-18 07:41:31 PM
In-N-Out coming to Dallas has changed my eating habits. Now I cannot bear to either eat a lame burger and fries, nor can I make myself pay $12 for a Five Guys. When I do a thrift store crawl I'll make In-N-Out a requisite part of the route. They don't have one within 10 miles of me right now, so my health isn't too badly at risk.

Oh, missing from the list FIVE GUYS!.

antidisestablishmentarianism: Come to the midwest and try a butterburger if you see a Culver's. Also I did like Steak-N-Shake when I was in Missouri.


We have both of those in my area. The ONE CULVERS IN TEXAS is 6 miles west of I-35E in Flower Mound. Middle of farking nowhere in terms of accessability, but they manage to stay in business with locals and desperate Culvers fans who see the billboard on I35E at Round Grove. It didn't stick out in my mind.
 
2014-01-18 07:48:40 PM
Arrgh y'all need to include locations of these awesome places you're mentioning ITT. Yes, I've heard of Google... vaguely. I just want to know *before* I get my hopes up if there's a chance of visiting one in my near-ish future.

/lives in Baltimore, missed great burgers
//misses great food period
///Baltimore: Eh, It's Good Enough
 
2014-01-18 07:50:33 PM
Good burgers: Dick's in Seattle ( was there today) and Katsu Burger http://www.katsuburger.com/
 
2014-01-18 07:55:59 PM
If any y'all in Eastern OK ever, check out Boomerang Diner. Great burgers. Monday is two-for-one. Handmade fried pickles, also. And REAL ranch dressing. From the magic chemical powder.
 
2014-01-18 08:01:31 PM

wildcardjack: In-N-Out coming to Dallas

...

Went to the one off 635 and 75 when they first came to town because of all the people telling me I absolutely had to have one.  What an metric ton of meh that was.  Sonic or Whataburger beat them handily... and they can't even stand in the same ballpark as Smash Burger.
 
2014-01-18 08:11:46 PM
Enough about the White Castle sliders, I wanna know where their chicken rings come from.

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2014-01-18 08:24:04 PM

Click Click D'oh: wildcardjack: In-N-Out coming to Dallas...

Went to the one off 635 and 75 when they first came to town because of all the people telling me I absolutely had to have one.  What an metric ton of meh that was.  Sonic or Whataburger beat them handily... and they can't even stand in the same ballpark as Smash Burger.


If you like bread and mustard you'll love Whataburger. And Smash Burger is in the Five Guys class, not the $6 for a cheeseburger with fries / drink. Sonic's greatest asset are their breakfast burritos ALL DAY LONG.

Next time you're in that neighborhood, go down to Forest. NW corner of Forest and Preston, Beck's Prime. Go spend $16 on a bacon cheeseburger, fries and a soda and tell me that's not a whole messa meh. Like Fuddruckers without the fun of fully dressed and messed fries, and the soda printer.
 
2014-01-18 08:27:43 PM

wildcardjack: In-N-Out coming to Dallas has changed my eating habits. Now I cannot bear to either eat a lame burger and fries, nor can I make myself pay $12 for a Five Guys. When I do a thrift store crawl I'll make In-N-Out a requisite part of the route. They don't have one within 10 miles of me right now, so my health isn't too badly at risk.

Oh, missing from the list FIVE GUYS!.

antidisestablishmentarianism: Come to the midwest and try a butterburger if you see a Culver's. Also I did like Steak-N-Shake when I was in Missouri.

We have both of those in my area. The ONE CULVERS IN TEXAS is 6 miles west of I-35E in Flower Mound. Middle of farking nowhere in terms of accessability, but they manage to stay in business with locals and desperate Culvers fans who see the billboard on I35E at Round Grove. It didn't stick out in my mind.


Texas has In-N-Out, Whataburger, and Culver's? I might reconsider moving there now.

And they did mention 5 Guys in the article being inspired by In-N-Out.
 
2014-01-18 08:29:20 PM

brimed03: Arrgh y'all need to include locations of these awesome places you're mentioning ITT. Yes, I've heard of Google... vaguely. I just want to know *before* I get my hopes up if there's a chance of visiting one in my near-ish future.

/lives in Baltimore, missed great burgers
//misses great food period
///Baltimore: Eh, It's Good Enough


Baltimore has great friggin crab cakes.

/Upper Deck, down by the bay.

Great crab cakes. yum
 
2014-01-18 08:31:31 PM
Ann Arbor, MI... I ate there roughly 8 times per week during one particularly wonderful year when I lived
directly across the street (406 Packard), and I went there every time I was in AA after graduating.
www.blimpyburger.com

Sadly, the owner sold this sliver of land to the UM for 2x the actual value a half year ago or so, and now they're looking for a new location.

"fast food" burgers do not, and can not, compare to local places like this one that a) use fresh unfrozen and quality chuck, and b) are configured such that you are standing there right there within 2 feet of the  cook and fixings guy to let you bark at them get your order exactly right every time. And they bark back, which is fun in itself.

cheers
 
2014-01-18 08:32:04 PM
Oh, and this whole thread/article is making me want to break my diet and lose my bet.
 
2014-01-18 08:37:52 PM

wildcardjack: Next time you're in that neighborhood

..

Heh, I office behind the old Humperdinks in Richardson... Miss that Humperdinks...

There's a place on Arapaho near Custer called Burger Island.  Before the new management took over they had the best burger in the city.  Huge too.  Too bad.  I keep trying them to see if they remembered how to make a burger again.  Not terrible... but not what it used to be .
 
2014-01-18 08:39:08 PM
Frack White Castle, this is Krystal country.
 
2014-01-18 08:39:18 PM
No Fuddruckers ? Never tried it but at least I've heard of it . Unlike some of the rest of them .
 
2014-01-18 08:44:15 PM
This thread sounds fat.

/Fatty
//Had a double quarter pounder for dinner tonight
///Judge away
 
2014-01-18 08:52:12 PM
Big C
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FTW.

Gardenburger? McDonalds tasteless burger? Lab-grown burger?
 
2014-01-18 08:52:31 PM
Culvers is my new favorite. Menches Brothers in Massillon, OH is also good. I also prefer Krystal over White Castle.
 
2014-01-18 08:55:01 PM
Umami Burger is the best burger I have ever had. Overpriced and douchey, but still awesome.

/yup. fat.
 
2014-01-18 09:02:15 PM

Gig103: Stupid list, White Castle just stole the idea from White Manna in NJ (originally the World's Fair in NYC)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9RRsUbDV0U


Did they invent time travel too?  White Manna came from the 1939 World's Fair, White Castle has been around since 1921.
 
2014-01-18 09:02:47 PM

cptjeff: Adolf Oliver Nipples: This list absolutely fails without the Big Mac.

The list has the Whopper, which is what influenced McDonalds to create the Big Mac- making the Whopper more influential, and more deserving of the spot on the list. The Big Mac is an imitator, even if popular. The original McDonalds burger is rightly on that list, though.


Begs to differ:
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2014-01-18 09:04:12 PM
Not "influential," but the best burgers in Fort Worth can be found at Fred's Cafe or Kincaids.
 
2014-01-18 09:09:32 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Just what are these burgers influencing, exactly?


Healthcare costs.
 
2014-01-18 09:15:09 PM

Click Click D'oh: wildcardjack: Next time you're in that neighborhood..

Heh, I office behind the old Humperdinks in Richardson... Miss that Humperdinks...

There's a place on Arapaho near Custer called Burger Island.  Before the new management took over they had the best burger in the city.  Huge too.  Too bad.  I keep trying them to see if they remembered how to make a burger again.  Not terrible... but not what it used to be .


Burger Island has a bunch of stores in the area. Check Yelp, maybe it's just yours. My impression of the one at Forest and Webb Chapel is lots of grease, very different toppings.
 
2014-01-18 09:21:20 PM

antidisestablishmentarianism: Texas has In-N-Out, Whataburger, and Culver's? I might reconsider moving there now.


Not entirely a reason. But you're in Wisconsin. I'd think they'd know how to make a hamburger out of retired dairy cattle.
 
2014-01-18 09:22:09 PM

RottenEggs: No Fuddruckers ? Never tried it but at least I've heard of it . Unlike some of the rest of them .


Fuddruckers is certainly better than the typical fast food burger. Fresh unfrozen meat, and the burgers are big. They also have a fixing bar that lets you handle all that however you want w/out limits, which is nice. Of course there's a bit of markup for all that. But hey - hamburgers are SERIOUS BUSINESS.
If I'm going for a fast food place locally, it's Whataburger only. McD's/BK burgers do not taste like ground cow to me. Slider places like White Castle are the next level below BK because their target demographic is quite obviously drunk college kids - which makes sense if you've ever tasted one of those greasy pucks....
 
2014-01-18 09:24:28 PM

brimed03: Arrgh y'all need to include locations of these awesome places you're mentioning ITT. Yes, I've heard of Google... vaguely. I just want to know *before* I get my hopes up if there's a chance of visiting one in my near-ish future.

/lives in Baltimore, missed great burgers
//misses great food period
///Baltimore: Eh, It's Good Enough


I grew up in Baltimore and live fairly close so I'm there fairly often.  Although there's admittedly a dearth of 5 star restaurants and it's not NYC or DC, there's tons of great food there.  If you're looking for a burger chain there's plenty of Five Guys.  I'll admit I don't go to many places just for burgers when I'm there because I'm usually craving something else and you can get a burger anywhere.
Good restaurants really depends on what area you're in but there's plenty of them.

Miss Shirley's or Blue Moon Cafe are favorites for breakfast
Mathews Pizza has excellent pizza
Vacarro's for desserts (Little Italy in general, but my favorite is Amicci's for food)
Atwater's soups is always excellent for sandwiches and soups (and it's in a Belvedere Square, which is a small neighborhood market that sells everything from desserts to nice cheese to italian staples)
Jack's Bistro in Canton is quite good
and of course, Woodberry Kitchen if you want to have a really nice dinner

That's just a few.
 
2014-01-18 09:32:09 PM

The Loaf: Gig103: Stupid list, White Castle just stole the idea from White Manna in NJ (originally the World's Fair in NYC)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9RRsUbDV0U

Did they invent time travel too?  White Manna came from the 1939 World's Fair, White Castle has been around since 1921.


shiat, I honestly thought White Castle was a 1940s thing, more like In-N-Out or McDonalds.
 
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