I too ordered the Bernieburger, but I skipped the copious amounts of lettuce to focus on the onions, bacon, barbecue sauce and Oh Boy sauce.
The Oh Boy sauce looks like mayo, and has a similar consistency. It does not taste like mayo though! I can not even begin to calculate what they use to flavor this condiment, but it is a mighty fine burger topping.
Even without the lettuce the Bernieburger is quite messy and a trick to handle. Having the BBQ sauce on the bottom may add to this by somewhat soaking through the fresh bun, but the flavor made up for all it. An very tasty flavor combination where you can actually taste the beef, the bacon, the sauces and the onions, all combining together.
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.
So far the only place I’ve found it is Discount Drug Mart so I keep a stock of it in my pantry.
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