That is, geographically rare - no reference to the length of cooking time.
Specifically, I was reading the article that was, I think, posted here, of Howard Seftel's reviews of "best" hamburgers, and I was perturbed that so many of them were over $10, which means that by the time you add tax and tip...
Shouldn't it still be possible to get more good hamburgers at $6 or less? Did he just not look hard enough?
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