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Burger Barâ??Build Your Own Ultimate Burgers

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Surprise! A classically trained French chef can make a mean burger. In Burger Bar, readers are given an inside look of the menu and recipes


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French, mais biensur. Le accent circumflex in "Barâ," was a clue to the little grey cells. Eh, mon ami? Perhaps some were surprised, but not Poirot.

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I have no idea what all those accents and question marks are in the thread title.

The book, as anyone who looks at the review will realize, is called Burger Bar.
They have taken the oath of the brother in blood, in leavened bread and salt. Rudyard Kipling
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Zut alors!

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Pour l'amour de Dieu, vous avez raison....

A classically trained chef would have a word for those fancy burgers....

Ici a Montreal ont dit, " Monsieur, (par Garçon ) 'un hamburger bourgeois' s'il vous plait."

Je vous emprie....

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Don't nobody 'round heah talk 'Merican no more? :rolleyes:
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Hello ,

Languages and food also go hand in hand...

I read the review and believe this line to be so very true :

"he finds some exciting way to maximize the flavor of each ingredient, elevating all of his dishes from very good to truly great. "

This is what all good cooks/chefs should aspire to do.

Balsamic glazed onions to caramilazion , yes. As for all the other ingredients mentioned in the review, it really boils down to personal taste. (à mon goût)

Thank you,
Merci

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