burger King executives have heard it all before, and understand that fries can be a barrier.
The idea of turning a burger into a gastronomic tour de force is a well-trodden path.
For cookbook author Deborah Krasner the best way to have a burger for dinner is without a bun and seared in salt.
The following day was the 43rd birthday of Tihen, who had gone from burger King to the City Council.
Thankfully, the Coleman kids reached a burger King, and Wahlberg and his amateur biker gang rode off.
Vice-President burger said that he had not heard from the last speaker any reasons whatsoever for continuing the war.
You forget the ballad of burger, my dear Alexanderthe dead travel fast!
Citizenship carried with it special privileges, and this maker apparently recognised the honour by having "burger" after his name.
burger has reawakened it in Lenore, the greatest German ballad.
burger says he has never seen a single picture by De Hooch that is not of the first rank.
A sandwich made with cooked portions of what is indicated: beefburger/ cheeseburger/ snakeburger
[1930s+; The definition does not apply to hamburger, the source of the term. The suffix was probably first used by the comic-strip artist E C Segar, who coined goonburger in the mid1930s]