Though not quite a tradition, hitting the buffet at Quaker Steak & Lube on payday seems to be becoming a habit. It helps that payday always falls on a Friday and tasty treats abound on their Friday buffet. This Friday I combined some offerings to create this Double Cheeseburger with nacho cheese and BBQ sauce. The breaded boneless wings are very good and somehow they manage to have fresh fries on a buffet. They also have high quality all beef wieners and other flavors of wings. I found the wieners are incredible when sliced lengthwise, filled with nacho cheese and topped with banana pepper rings, but also quite good simply topped with ketchup and mustard.
Bertman’s may be best known for its ballpark style mustard, but I think their best product is their Horseradish Sauce. Reminiscent of Horsey Sauce for adults this creamy condiment has the perfect bite to it. It goes equally well on a roast beef and white cheddar sandwich, or along side ketchup on some Nathan’s hotdogs.
One of the daily specials at Local Tavern was this Whiskey Peppercorn Burger with Swiss cheese and bacon. sounded too good to resist. Though it did say “You may need a fork for this one” it did not point the reason. The reason said fork was required is because the entire thing floated upon a pool of peppercorn sauce like a BP tanker upon an oil spill.
Was it tasty? Yes.
Would I ever get it again? No!
Call me a purist, but a sandwich is meant to be eaten like a sandwich, and a cheeseburger like a cheeseburger. Not cut up and forked
While I am far from being a fan of petty holidays such as Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Sweetest’s Day or even Columbus Day, I must admit that my I had fun with my 13 year old son today. By the grace of fluke luck Father’s Day fell on my weekend with him this year, so we made a weekend event out of being bums, eating out, ordering in, video games and going to the movies.
Of special note was his choice to “take me” to Moe’s Southwest Grill before the movie today. I love Moe’s and though some may argue consider it vastly superior to Chipotle or even Qdoba. To each their own, but Moe’s hits the spot for me.
Now Tex/Mex is not typically found on a baconcentric blog, but Moe’s has bacon. Yes, that’s right, bacon. And this drove me to the pictured concoction. I like to call it the Chicken Philly Stack w/Bacon, but you can call it what you want. It contains chicken, seasoned rice, sauteed green peppers, mushrooms and onions, cheese, sour cream, queso, cheese and bacon. When you ask for bacon they point out that it costs extra. When I point out that bacon is worth it they proceed to dump a fist full of bacony goodness into my Stack.
The Stack is a Moe’s specialty and I like to think I was part of having this limited time treat added to the regular menu. You had best rely on Moe’s to describe though as my definition of “Quesedila double taco burrito stuffed with goodness” has much to be desired.
One of my favorite bacon-free foods is lasagna, and my favorite lasagna comes from Frankie’s Italian Cuisine. So much cheese covering lasagna noodles drowning in their house made meat sauce. So good you won’t even miss the bacon.
The only downside is that they try to serve salad with practically everything. Why ruin such a sumptuous experience with a plate of lawn clippings?
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Canary’s is a locally owned family restaurant with an incredibly friendly staff. It has quickly become one of my son’s favorite eateries, and I can’t say I mind. The menu includes “Our Special Burger” which is a half pound Patty of ground round. Ordered here without lettuce and I like to top it with Thousand Island dressing.
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