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Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924. See: Hamburger phenomenon.
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3 tablespoons Bourbon Caramelized Onions, recipe follows 1 hamburger patty Seasoning blend, to taste 2 slices thick-cut bacon 1 slice sharp cheddar cheese 1 onion kaiser roll 2 tablespoons barbecue sauce [1] Prepare Bourbon Caramelized Onions.
Hopeful that Mad Cow fears are gone and restaurants no longer cook a hamburger patty to the consistency of an Anchorage Aces' puck, we were off to find a burger embodying standards of taste and consistency.
coli-tainted Topps hamburger patty in August and suffered kidney failure and continuing complications.
In Florida, the parents of a 15-year-old Fort Lauderdale girl sued Wal-Mart on Wednesday, alleging she suffered kidney failure in August after eating a Topps hamburger patty tainted with E.
Top with a hamburger patty, tomato slice, a piece of lettuce and bun top.
Kinnithrung Sprat, ne Andy Bichlbaum, joined by a fictitious representative from McDonald's, postulated a "reBurger"--a hamburger patty formed from filtered human waste generated from previously eaten burgers--that could be sold at reduced cost to the Third World.
Many irradiation machines rely on X-rays, a type of energy wave strong enough to penetrate soft tissues like human flesh or a hamburger patty up to a depth of several feet.
Producing a single hamburger patty uses enough fuel to drive 20 miles and causes the loss of rive times its weight in topsoil.
However, a hamburger patty made from beef has 16 grams of fat.
We used to shoot the Foreman grill right out of the box for the catalog, either with a cooked patty or raw hamburger patty, and that would be the shot we used.
Shining invisible light on a hamburger patty could lead to a safer, faster and more environmentally-friendly way to determine how much saturated fat the burger holds.
Of the 338 patients who recalled what they ate in a chain A restaurant, 312 (92%) reported eating a regular-sized hamburger patty.