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General Discussion

Hacking Burger King

Jim Leff | Sep 22, 199911:26 AM     6

Brian Paulsen (brian@thePaulsens.com) posted the
following (great) message to a thread on a different
board, but I'm moving it here--under a new title--for
general discussion.


Long ago I used to work at Burger King (ok, I'm not
proud to admit it) and I found that you could actually
make one hell of a good
burger if you are in total control of the process.

Ask for your burger "OTB" (off-the-broiler) and if you
have cheese on the burger, have them nuke it in the
microwave for about 4 seconds. Also, ask for any
condiments that aren't countable (like ketchup,
mustard, etc.) on the light side - otherwise it the
burger gets drowned in the stuff.

Brian

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