Thursday, February 12. 2009
Posted by Radar in Food
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About two weeks ago my nephew Jon left a message on my answering machine telling me that he had heard a rumor through a reliable source that In-N-Out was making plans to come to Salt Lake City. I had heard those rumors before, and thought nothing of it. As a matter of fact I didn't even call my nephew back - oops, sorry Jonny.
Then this morning I was listening in bed to KSL's morning radio news program and they had a story about In-N-Out coming to Draper. I checked their website for the story only to find nothing. I was frustrated. Then Mad Giggler IM'ed me a link to the Salt Lake Tribune, confirming the "rumors" I had heard.
They are finally coming. My entire afternoon I kept reliving the taste of a Double Double animal style in my mouth. I may have even cried in joy.
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I never had the courage to order anything from the "secret menu", so my biggest question would be: can I order a "4x4 animal style"? Also, do they do "animal style" on the fries the way Chadder's does?
I have never been to Chadder's so I do not know. But yes, you can get the fries animal style. It is my preferred method of eating their fried actually.
As for the 4X4, I have never known anyone to order that.
How about the 100 x 100
And got to say, I was unimpressed with Chadders when I finally got to try it. Good Hamburger don't get me wrong, but Nothing really special about it.
Can't wait for In-n-Out
I think the hamburgers I've had at In-n-Out taste better in part because they came from In-n-Out and my brain thinks because they come from there, they must taste better. Can't wait for the circus to come to town. Wohoo.
Hoorah!!! Swatson learned how to use the Reply link!!!
Well, I realize this is probably akin to blasphemy in this crowd, but I found Chadder's to be more or less the same as I recall from the numerous trips to In-N-Out on my mission - as you say, a good burger, but really not that much to rave about. The mustard-cooked patties at Chadder's have a slightly more complex taste than your average patty, and the fry sauce is pretty tasty, but other than that it's pretty much just a burger.
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