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No-Bull Burger Purist, born and raised in NJ, the heart of the tri-state area and home to the oldest (and best) burger joints in the country. I don't need all the frilly toppings, happy servers or trendy decor, just a good burger...
1/2 lb. black Angus beef, stuffed with roasted garlic butter and horseradish cheddar, topped with fried onions with a touch of Maggi sauce, thick Jersey tomato slice and more horseradish cheddar on a fresh baked ciabatta roll. Comments:
It's been 2 weeks since I've visited the BHF to sample their weekly burger specials, and this week's burgers were definitely worth the wait.
The "Freedom" burger does not disappoint. If you love burgers, be sure to order this one. Chef Pat asked if I'd like to name his burger creation and I was flattered to do so.
Our children are not stupid, they can be taught that indulging once in a while rather than all the time is okay and that taking away every one's freedom of choice because of someone else's shortcomings is wrong, very wrong.
That's why I named this burger The Freedom Burger; it is named for all those kids who can no longer choose what foods they can eat in their school cafeterias. If everyone would focus on the cause of childhood obesity (poor parenting) rather than it's effect, they'd be putting their energy toward better educating parents on food choices instead of taking away a well-parented child's freedom of choice.
~ end Bill's rant.
The burger is billed as a 1/2 pound patty, but it seems even larger. I'm not one for giant burgers, and sometimes 1/2 pounder's can be tough to put down if they are just so-so, but the flavor of their black Angus meat is just so incredible I could've eaten 2 of them.
Homemade roasted garlic butter was stuffed into the burger along with a dollop of horseradish cheddar before charbroiling to a perfect medium-rare. Seriously, the meat is so good I could have eaten it like a fine steak, with a knife and fork. The onions were fried well with an eyedropper of Maggi sauce which intensified the onion flavor. The onions were placed on the bottom of the roll followed by a slice of Jersey tomato, then came the burger topped with more horseradish cheddar and more onions. Check the photos and tell me you're not hungry for a burger. Now get your butt off the couch and go to the BHF for one.
This burger receives a 10/10 on the BC rating scale.
I have yet to eat a BHF burger rated less than 10/10.