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In the U.S., what does ordering a "plain hamburger" mean where you live?

In the U.S., what does ordering a "plain hamburger" mean where you live?

Old Sep 5, 19, 5:15 pm
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Originally Posted by rickg523 View Post
If they don't reduce the price you should ask them for some of that free cheese (for your cat, maybe)
Ordering it with "cheese on the side" is an intriguing concept and I wonder if places would go for that. I can't see why not, and while I am a big fan of cheeseburgers a few places I can think of that over-melt it and stuff the bun on too soon (gluing the burger together) where just dropping the cheddar/american slice on myself after it reaches the table would be a plus.
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Old Sep 5, 19, 6:08 pm
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Originally Posted by nkedel View Post
Ordering it with "cheese on the side" is an intriguing concept and I wonder if places would go for that. I can't see why not, and while I am a big fan of cheeseburgers a few places I can think of that over-melt it and stuff the bun on too soon (gluing the burger together) where just dropping the cheddar/american slice on myself after it reaches the table would be a plus.
I'll bet you could get that. Unless it was that diner in "Five Easy Pieces".
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