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hamburgers

n. shares in the McDonald’s corporation. (Securities markets. New York Stock Exchange jargon.) I want 400 shares of hamburgers.
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Customers submit their ultimate Crave story in the 9th annual Cravers Hall of Fame competition to celebrate National Hamburger Month.
Nevertheless, he says, "We're not seeing hamburgers as a magic bullet" against cancer.
Individuals interested in competing in the 2005 Krystal Square Off World Hamburger Eating Championship can find the most up-to-date information at www.
The first fast-food hamburger chain, famous for its tasty, one-of-a-kind steam-grilled Slyders(R), is 87 years young and still going strong.
How long in business: The original Zig's, a hamburger stand at 6821 White Oak Ave.
With this merger, Diamond Ranch Foods is one of the leading premier hamburger manufacturers in the U.
hamburgers twice a month and one in ten does so once a month (12%) or
Hamburger lovers who send in their unique recipe using 10 hamburgers could be the winner of 52 sacks of 10 White Castle hamburgers, one per week, for a year.
based Fuddruckers has been serving up hot, fresh hamburgers since 1980.
Johnny Rockets takes great pride in continuing the tradition of serving the freshest hamburgers," said Shumsky.
coarse ground black pepper 1/4 cup chicken broth Tear hamburgers into small pieces and toss with celery and seasonings in a large mixing bowl.
That year, four children in the Northwest died from eating undercooked hamburgers contaminated with the bacteria from a fast-food chain.
In addition to the "Hamburger Hearings," there will be other fun events to entertain thousands of burger fans -- like the Ohio Hamburger Eating Championship of which Big Boy Restaurants is the official sponsor and will provide Super Big Boy double-decker hamburgers for contestants to have at it
The only reliable way to ensure that meats are safe and ready to eat is by using a thermometer to make sure foods reach a safe internal temperature - for hamburgers, the magic number is 160 degrees Fahrenheit; for chicken, it's 170 degrees Fahrenheit.