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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Hmmm... I've never heard of this place until this thread. Are there any anywhere near Ohio?
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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    I like my In-n-Out like I like my men:
    Hot, fresh, little bit of cheese, nice buns and no onions.

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gemini Cricket
    I like my In-n-Out like I like my men:
    Hot, fresh, little bit of cheese, nice buns and no onions.

    Um, EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Olympicnut
    Um, EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!
    Not that kind of cheese, Onut! Ewwwwwwwwww!

    Cheesy as in kooky, crazy, funny....

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    I stopped eating red meat, so I don't eat there, DH still loves I&O though. Best hamburgers that I ever had, though they are not a chain here in Ca. (though they now sell them in the frozen section of the grocery stores) is White Castle ~ used to love them when I was a kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinkPink
    Now I'm hungry and I live in #%@&@*#& Minnesota with no In & Out!!
    But we have other good places like Noodle & Company. I know, not a buger joint but still awesome. [Even though I'd personally kill half of our Culvers for just two In-'N'-Outs, but oh well?]

    Oh! And we have fun things like...
    Quote Originally Posted by MickeysGirl
    Best hamburgers that I ever had, though they are not a chain here in Ca. (though they now sell them in the frozen section of the grocery stores) is White Castle ~ used to love them when I was a kid.
    and Chipotle. And some others... its too early for me to think right now.

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeysGirl
    I stopped eating red meat...
    My doctor wants me to do the same thing. Ugh... so very hard.

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aladdin
    Blechh, no. It's thousand island dressing (big mac sauce haha)




    I don't think it is thousand Island, but that's me. I think it's BETTER than thousand island. I don;t care WHAT it is...it's sooooo good
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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    I'm as simple as can be...Cheeseburger (or Double-Double if I'm really hungry) with ketchup and lettuce only. No ketchup on fries either, just a sprinkle of salt with a Barq's Root Beer or Lemonade. I'm not too crazy on their shakes, too liquidy for me, I prefer the ones I make at home with tons of ice cream, nice and thick!

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneykat
    I don't think it is thousand Island, but that's me. I think it's BETTER than thousand island. I don;t care WHAT it is...it's sooooo good
    Weeelllll..... thousand island dressing IS ketchup and mayo (and relish-like stuff)

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Grilled cheese no onions, fries and half 7up half pink lemonade. Yum

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Well thanks to this thread, I ended up getting up In-N-Out last night for dinner...my usual (and I was hungry...) DBLDBL And yummy it was! Even the fries!

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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    Ahh, In n Out. I'm quite partial to a double double, cheese, onions & spread only, with fries...BUT! The fries must be hot. Once they have cooled, so does my love for them.
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    Re: How do you like your In-'N-Out?

    I don't like In-N-Out. I never really did, cosidering the first time I ate there, I ended up sick. My family, on the other hand, loved it. They all wish we had it here in Ohio. They say it's the one thing they miss from living in California.
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