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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by kylelicious View Post
    you're wrong. yup, that's the long & short of it.

    in-n-out is god's gift to man. i love that all of their ingredients are fresh and that the fries are made out of, god forbid, REAL fresh potatoes. they throw out the unused food daily and use fresh, new food everyday. no preservatives, no fake nasty processed crap. just straight up good food.

    i have never ever had a hamburger from in-n-out that wasn't delicious and that's the only place that i can say that about.

    LONG LIVE IN-N-OUT!!!
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRockr View Post
    Sorry. Anyway, I've been having a craving for In-n-Out Burger lately. How about you guys?
    Well, I don't eat red meat any more, but our favorite burger was always at Nation's. (And the closest one is 30+ minutes away.) In-n-Out is much closer, and Jimmie sneaks off for a burger there, if she knows I won't be around to see her eat it.
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRockr View Post
    I'm gonna go there next time and order a milkshake. I've been dying to try one, and I never have had one.
    Get a neapolitan shake.
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    In-N-Out is the shizzle fo' my nizzle. My flavor of choice is a Double-Double, animal style, large size with an Arnold Palmer. Mmmm! Now I'm craving it.

    BTW, you can see In-N-Out's 'secret' menu on their website. They also show info on the 3 x 3 and 4 x 4. But don't let that stop you. Being that the first number represents the number of meat patties, and the second the number of cheese slices... let your imagination run wild. My friend used to work there and someone ordered a 16 x 16 once. Now I don't know about you, but even I have my limits!
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by TheRockr View Post
    Sorry. Anyway, I've been having a craving for In-n-Out Burger lately. How about you guys?
    I love it! Sadly, in Minnesota the close I can get to it is Johnny Rocket's and that's great too.

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    I don't eat beef or pork, bit I do like grilled cheese with grilled onions from there..

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    We don't have In-N-Out here so I can't comment. However I totally miss a chain when I lived in MI called Hot-N-Now. I used to go there so much it was insane!
    You would figure Orlando would have something.. since they have a lot of things not around anywhere else.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPigletFan View Post
    I love it! Sadly, in Minnesota the close I can get to it is Johnny Rocket's and that's great too.
    How close are they to it... their is a johnny Rocket's at a mall about 45 minutes away from me, never been.

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    We ate at In n Out our last trip down. We loved it. Everything was fresh and the price was right. We are looking forward to eating there again.

    We have Fat Burger up here and think it's over rated. Everytime we go there, they make a mistake with our order. The worst was when they delivered our order to the wrong table. After watching the other customer touch my burger, Fat Buger tried to deliver the burger to me! Hello...the burger was touched by another customer...good jolly! I love their onion rings and shakes, but the service sucks.

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by kylelicious View Post
    the fries are made out of, god forbid, REAL fresh potatoes.
    Exactly! People who don't like In n Out fries are so used to fast food fries, that they don't know what real potatoes should taste like.

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    I am not familiar with In-N-Out Burger. We don't have them here in Georgia. Guess I will have to give them a try when I eventually come out to Cali for a visit.

    What is "Animal style"? Does that mean animals spewed all over the food?
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessY View Post
    Exactly! People who don't like In n Out fries are so used to fast food fries, that they don't know what real potatoes should taste like.
    You definitely have to eat them while they're still warm. Then again, any french fry tastes nasty once it gets cold.
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBopper View Post
    I am not familiar with In-N-Out Burger. We don't have them here in Georgia. Guess I will have to give them a try when I eventually come out to Cali for a visit.

    What is "Animal style"? Does that mean animals spewed all over the food?
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    ^ What he said!
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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Johnny Rocket's is close, but no cigar.
    While visiting Texas, it was all about Whattaburger.
    Anyone know much about that place?

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    Re: DISCUSSION: In-N-Out Burger

    Quote Originally Posted by goofygoof View Post
    IN AND OUT IS OVERRATED!!!!!

    Fries SUCK! Bland, even fresher fries have taste to them!

    The burgers are not as good as people think...there are way better burgers than this crappy joint. Esp the hole in the wall grills!!!

    I live 1 min from an in and out, and havne't had any 'craving' to even go...i'd rather fatburger, or daglas it!!!!

    pshhhhhh, in and out gets too much credit.
    Daglas baby!!!! good onion rings!!!
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