Are Pickle slices in the hamburger sector also Delicious?

brockfrench's picture

I am being specific to the hamburger / cheeseburger sector on this forum though this concerns all burger types. I am not happy with burger retailers giving out burgers and warm pickles. The pickles should not be warm or rubbery. Thus the word burgerwithapickle is a bit too broad and a distinction should be included for educating that a particular burger is also a warm-pickle burger, e.g. 'A Rubberpickle-Burger'. This should educate and help to understand that the pickle is serious in it's objectives. (making a burger delicious.) I find it objectionable and corrupt that Burgers are using warmed pickles, de facto over-sized-relish to pass as a crispy delicious pickle. The pickle/burger activity is about doing things without any compromise. When you have a pickle on the side, burger enjoyment is generally less enjoyable, and the bun sometimes gets soggy, it is all quite revolting.

cuttlefish's picture

If you change the shape of the "k" in the pickle, everything should work out.

Ray Larabie's picture

While I agree that it's a big problem, I think it's the wrong time to discuss such trivial matters. Of course I'm talking about the serious subject of submarine sandwich shredded lettuce microwaving.

BrettR's picture

Worse is when they give you pickle chunks instead of pickle slices...

russellm's picture

No one is talking about the appallingly awful bread that both hamburgers and Submarine sandwiches are made with.

Why? Bread is the staff of life. Pickles are a garnish.

Nick Shinn's picture

I don't like pickles.
My wife, however, adores them, so I always order them and give her mine.
I must confess I've never checked a restaurateur's EULA to see if this is permissable, but the wait staff are always cool with it.

brockfrench's picture

Ray, this is a distinct controversy entitled to its own thread. I'm sure Monsanto is working hard to bio-engineer a lettuce invisible to microwave radiation.

Nick, I respect your opinion. I don't have any issues with your wife profiting from your aversion to pickles. Does she save the pickles in a drawer to use on her next burger, or does she use them immediately like so many materialistic governments would have us do?

hrant's picture

www.fatburger.com
Eggburger, no cheese, easy mustard, extra mayo, NO PICKLES, NO RELISH.

hhp

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