What’s up with serving mayonnaise with burgers?
I stopped at the Double T Diner at White Marsh, Maryland and ordered their “Bacon Cheeseburger Deluxe” which is a 7 oz patty served with 3 slices of bacon and a slice of yellow American cheese.
The menu says that the burger is made from “fresh beef”, but in my opinion it was cooked from frozen.
Technically speaking, all beef was “fresh” at the moment it is butchered. Perhaps they meant it was “fresh” before it was frozen?
The meat was average quality. I am guessing only 80% lean. The only juices that came out were white-colored fat, and not the brown meaty juices that Iexpect to see from a good quality burger.
Weirdness #1: The burger was served with two tubs of mayonnaise. One was dumped on top of the bacon and the other was hidden under the fries. What’s up with serving mayonnaise with burgers? This isn’t Canada!
Weirdness #2: If you want to put pickles in a burger then they need to be sliced, but the diner served a fat pickle spear. What’s up with that? Maybe that’s how they do things in Baltimore County, but not in the “normal” world.
I award this burger 4 out of 10. We only stopped at the diner because we were hungry and miles from home. The burger is OK to satisfy your hunger, but I would not drive out of the way to get one.