Peanut butter on cheeseburgers - yes or no?

vraiblonde

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I'd have said no a few years ago, but then in Wheeling WV at the recommendation of a local fireman I had an Elvis burger (I just made that up, I have no idea what they really called it) at Ye Olde Alpha and it was some kinda wonderful. Bacon, cheddar, and a PB schmear topping a like 1/2 lb patty. A heart attack on a bun, but completely sublime.

So yes or no - would you try it?
 

Kyle

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No.

But then I'm not much of a fan of peanut butter unless I'm not feeling well. ( standard sick food, with chicken soup, since I was a kid. )
 

Clem72

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I'd have said no a few years ago, but then in Wheeling WV at the recommendation of a local fireman I had an Elvis burger (I just made that up, I have no idea what they really called it) at Ye Olde Alpha and it was some kinda wonderful. Bacon, cheddar, and a PB schmear topping a like 1/2 lb patty. A heart attack on a bun, but completely sublime.

So yes or no - would you try it?
I have ordered the PB Chicken and it's fairly tasty. I think I would rather try your Elvis burger than just throwing PB on a regular cheeseburger.
 

Salmon

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Eating burgers contributes to climate change

 

SamSpade

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Except in Reese's - not really a fan of PB or peanuts for that matter.

Plus, not big on savory foods spoiled by sweet. Except at Chinese places.
 

SamSpade

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Eating burgers contributes to climate change

OMG - I almost busted a gut laughing.
 

Kyle

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Don't do that! The sudden release of methane gas would contribute to climate change!
I wish it would hurry up and change already. I got some property on Baker Lake. They could use some palm trees and Dunegrass.
 

vraiblonde

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Eating burgers contributes to climate change


BONUS! :yahoo:
 

Merlin99

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I'd have said no a few years ago, but then in Wheeling WV at the recommendation of a local fireman I had an Elvis burger (I just made that up, I have no idea what they really called it) at Ye Olde Alpha and it was some kinda wonderful. Bacon, cheddar, and a PB schmear topping a like 1/2 lb patty. A heart attack on a bun, but completely sublime.

So yes or no - would you try it?
I’ll try it, but you have to try my grandma’s grilled peanut butter and cheese sandwich.
 
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