Onion Burgers. Mmmmmmmmm.....
Many years ago, we used to have a place that sold these miniature burgers. I don't remember if the name was White Castle or not but you had to eat 3 or 4 to equal a regular burger.
They put a White Castle into Kenosha right off the interstate down south near the Illinos border.
I have made 2 hour road trips to go there and indulge from time to time.
The little bacon cheeseburgers are the greatest invention since sliced bread or penicillan.
Camden New Joursey People Talk About White Tower and Marbett's
"There's a picture of a White Tower Castle at the link !"
A long time ago, my mother and father (and me) took the bus to NYC, and you boarded it at a stop outside the White Tower. I remember a white bag of hamburgers were purchased at 5 (five) cents each that were placed inside a small bun. The burgers were the size of a silver dollar. Not, too, good in taste and quality (but, at that time, around 1935, who cared about "quality"?).
I loved the taste of those burgers,there was something about the combination of the grilled hamburger meat, chopped unions and the pickle. I consider myself an aficionado after sitting in the Bridge Plaza White Tower and having a couple burgers and coffee every night for most of Feb. and March 1948 as I was waiting for the bus to take me home while courting my lovely wife to be.
What about Crystal burgers. I find they are a tad more tolerable, but they have lil chili-dogs that kick ass. Now if we could get an IN-N-OUT here on the east coast I'd be a happy, happy man.
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