Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Holidays. Glorious, stressful, heart-warming, aggravating, memorable, intolerable, exciting, unavoidable, joyful, and expensive. It is that time of year when shoppers push, shove, spit, and curse just to see a moment of shear happiness on the faces of their loved ones. Grocery stores become obstacle courses that require stealth navigation. Electronic stores are organized chaos. And we won’t even touch on department stores, less we forget the Wal-Mart pepper spray incident of 2011 . But we must not forget that all of this insanity is in the name of love and in the spirit of giving. To do our part to lighten your holiday burden, we’re featuring the In-Laws Fiver - Turkey Patty stuffed with Roasted Brussels Sprouts and topped with Maple Butternut Squash, Housemade Cranberry Sauce, and Garlic Mayonnaise on a fresh baked Multigrain Bun. Pick one up for $5 on your way to grandmother’s house before you have truly had your fill of the holidays.

The Buildboard Chart starts off this week with the tied re-entries at #10 of the lean, mean, and green  Angela’s Veggie 2 by ANGELA1126 and PVANESSCHE’S thankful to higher powers Lamb of God. While ANGELA1126 introduces her second burger to the chart this week and instigates another tie at #9 with her Brioche-Beef-Mac & Cheese-Pancetta Bacon-Cheddar-Lettuce-Tomato-Barbeque-Ketchup Jake’s Mac & Cheese pancetta burger (Who is Jake?) and RODGERSMG’S platinum MGR Lamb Burger. Holding solo at #6 and gaining four spots is The Jerk Burger by DOCKERYFARMS. A multigrain duo ties at #5 with newcomer AMICHAELS’S “yippie-ki-yay!” The Cowboy Way of Multigrain-Beef-Mushroom & Onions-Pancetta Bacon-Cheddar-Lettuce-Onion-Pickle-Tomato-Barbeque-Ketchup-Mustard and verteran JFAVUZZA and his golden Better Turkey Burger. At the #3 spot drops ALEXC’S Midtown Cheddar Bacon while #2 features a rally from RHA70’S Michigan Wolverine Burger. With the weather getting colder and the holidays approaching enough must be dreaming of warmer places as AHARRIS and his platinum CaliBurger climb six degrees to regain their long familiar #1 status.

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