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Friday, January 30, 2015

Velveeta Cheese Burgers at Nick's Old Fashioned Hamburger House,

Where: 
Nick's Old Fashioned Hamburger House
6999 Old US Highway 52
Lexington, NC 27295
(336)-731-6500

What: 
Double Cheeseburger w/bacon

Build: 
Double beef patties, lettuce, tomato, bacon, Velveeta cheese

Comments: 
My brother Phil has been scouting out some killer burger joints for me in his home state of North Carolina. He emailed me pictures the day after he ate at Nick's and said the burgers were so good, he was still experiencing a burger hangover.  If you look through the storefront glass you will see my sister-in-law MaryLou towards the back right in a blue shirt sitting waiting for her
Patty Melt. 

The Patty Melt consists of grilled diced onions on
toasted white bread with a crap ton of Velveeta. It's a shame the pictures were taken with a phone, but you can still see Nick's burger goodness shining through. Phil said, "It's hard for me to describe how the Velveeta works its way into the meat, but wow! The crispy edges of the meat and the toasted roll got me again!!".

Velveeta may not be real cheese in the traditional sense, but I'm tipping my hat to Nick's because using Velveeta on a burger is nothing shy of genius. This is definitely going to be a roadtrip...

See my review of another great NC burger joint, Doss', from May 2012 here:






Six 14 year old's ordered these Quads. Four of them finished.












Brandon at the grill... I've got to meet the man behind the Velveeta burgers...














Hmmm, what do we have here, two burgers and two patty melts with some chili cheese fries and onion rings? 
Um um um.





Seriously, this patty melt looks awesome and just the thought of it dripping with Velvetta has me drooling. My hats off to Aunt Marylou for this menu selection...















Nice autopsy shot Bro, looks like a killer burger...












1 comment:

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