Lifetime Supporting Member
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Gypsum, Co
Feedback Score: 1 reviews
The best hamburgers were the ones I got as a kid. They were made with local beef, no feed lot stuff. The cooking was done on a cast iron gas grill in a tavern. The grill was hot all day and never washed, just scraped clear of scraps from the previous burgers. Buns were toasted on the grill beside the burger. Salt, pepper, dill pickles, onions and ketchup was all that was needed for topping it off. I hadn't smelled the distinct odor of hamburgers being fried this way in years and then one day in 1985 while on vacation in Walker, MN the oder came wafting across the street from a tavern. Really took me back.
Haven't found them anywhere since.
Larry, I don't even know if they are still in the bussiness but if you ever go through Green River, Utah you need to stop at Ray's Tavern just off main street in the middle of town. They have just what you want along with french fries that are 1/2' X what ever the taters are. One of the best plain hamburger that I have ever tasted.
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