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In N Out vs Whataburger

Old 12-10-2019, 09:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Manoverboard123 View Post
Hate to bring back an old thread, but I'm on the west coast again! Sitting at an in n out in Ventura right now and asked for the fries to be well done like a few of yall mentioned. We shall see
For me, "well" is too crispy. We order "light well" in this family!
Old 12-10-2019, 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by starbright55 View Post
For me, "well" is too crispy. We order "light well" in this family!
Gotta say, they were better than the regular way, but yeah too crispy. But good lord are those burgers good! I'll be in Cali until saturday so I'll go light well next time.
Old 12-10-2019, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Manoverboard123 View Post
Gotta say, they were better than the regular way, but yeah too crispy. But good lord are those burgers good! I'll be in Cali until saturday so I'll go light well next time.
Yeah, I can't do the regular way either.

When you say "light well", make sure they hear the "well" part. Twice, out of who knows how many times, they've handed me "light" fries....that's basically raw. I handed them right back.
Old 12-10-2019, 09:54 PM
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Default In n out vs. What a burger

I have been to both. Clearly What A Buger is the better burger. In N Out's fries in a word stink.
Old 12-11-2019, 05:06 AM
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Old 12-11-2019, 12:20 PM
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Whataburger is not good, Never had in n out
Old 12-11-2019, 12:50 PM
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Never had Whataburger or heard of it. Had In N Out when I was in CA last year. Didn't think there was anything extraordinary about it. Seemed like a burger from any greasy diner. Had Burger-Fi in FL a few years ago and only enjoyed the fries. That place seemed more about the flair of branding their name into the bun and it's atmosphere. We had some other specialty burger joint open that everyone raved about earlier this year. Can't remember the name but it took insanely long to receive my order and it was burger king level or a baby step above. I've only found one specialty burger joint that lived up to it's hype.
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Holding true to Hull truth fashion I vote..... Big Daddy Burger at Flanigans

I was corrected by my son, he may be little bias as he loves him some Flanigan Tower at Grand Cay

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Old 12-11-2019, 03:04 PM
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Braums > Both of them

Bet most of y'all have never heard of it; and that's because they won't put one more than 300 miles from their farm to insure you're getting the freshest dairy and meat possible. It's the only place my wife will buy milk. They guarantee the milk was in the cow no more than 36 hours before it arrives at the store.

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Old 12-11-2019, 03:53 PM
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Habit Burger
Old 12-11-2019, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Kenny Powers View Post
Braums > Both of them

Bet most of y'all have never heard of it; and that's because they won't put one more than 300 miles from their farm to insure you're getting the freshest dairy and meat possible. It's the only place my wife will buy milk. They guarantee the milk was in the cow no more than 36 hours before it arrives at the store.
Yep. Every time I go back to Pryor Ok we go to Braums
Old 12-12-2019, 04:44 PM
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Got them light well this time

I dont know, i guess i like frozen fries better! Whataburger fries are 20 times better than in n out anyway you get them
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Originally Posted by Manoverboard123 View Post
Got them light well this time

I dont know, i guess i like frozen fries better! Whataburger fries are 20 times better than in n out anyway you get them
Light well is still the best way to get them there.

But, as someone who lives 1 mile from an In-n-Out, and it being the only fast food burger I will eat (when I say fast food, I mean places with drive-thru like McD, Burger King, Jack in the Box, etc. - NOT 5 Guys, Shake Shack, etc.), agree that they are not my favorite fries. This is coming from a native Californian too! (central CA, that is).
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I am going to have to try Whataburger sometime.

I love In-n-Out and eat there whenever I go to California or southern Oregon. Luckily the Northernmost In-n-Out is set to open (I think today, maybe) about twenty miles away.
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Just had 5 Guys..damn they are good...but you only need one order of fries for a couple people!
Old 12-13-2019, 05:04 PM
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5 Guys is a hot mess of taste less options, all those flavors get lost and they try to hide behind volumes of fries, that are too mealy.
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Originally Posted by PacBlue View Post
5 Guys is a hot mess of taste less options, all those flavors get lost and they try to hide behind volumes of fries, that are too mealy.
Seriously? The one we have is freaking good...
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Originally Posted by Vantaredoc View Post
Seriously? The one we have is freaking good...
Same here. IF we go out for a burger, 5 Guys is our first choice.

Different strokes...
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Originally Posted by PacBlue View Post
5 Guys is a hot mess of taste less options, all those flavors get lost and they try to hide behind volumes of fries, that are too mealy.
I couldn’t disagree more. The Five Guys we go to makes great burgers and fries.
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