Thanks for the great response to my last post. In honor of your great comments, I actually dedicated my workout on Wednesday to you! I ran at a faster rate on the treadmill, and I took 10 lbs off of the assisted dip machine (that 10 lbs makes a difference…ouch!). I’m glad to hear that everyone is doing what they can to stay healthy.
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Did I mention In ‘N Out Burger in the title of this post? Oh yeah! By the way, I do find it ironic that I just talked about health and am now talking about In ‘N Out Burger. Moderation, everyone! 😉 This will probably be my only fast food burger for the year, so it should at least be good.
When I was last in L.A. I was a hard core pescetarian, so I couldn’t really enjoy In ‘N Out like I should have. I was not going to miss tasting it on this trip. Anyhoo, I got off the plane in Los Angeles and was able for the first time in a long time to feel WARM wind on my face. After being cheap on my five hour cross-country flight and not buying the $8 sandwiches offered on the plane, I was totally ready for lunch. Luckily, Big Mitts, my friend and tour guide for our trip, lives VERY close to an In ‘N Out. Score!!
A Cheeseburger Animal Style (with sauteed onions + extra sauce)
Favorite parts of the meal:
Sauce + the Onions i.e., the animal style in general
Worst part of the meal:
Okay, some brief general observations:
1. This burger was definitely good. I felt like the elements didn’t gel well together though. Parts of it were downright freezing cold, and the burger was sorta kinda just warm. I like my food (especially mass cooked meat) to be pretty warm when I get it. Am I being picky?
2. In ‘N Out is rather good burger, BUT is it life changing? I’m going to have to say that I don’t think so. I think it’s a great FAST FOOD burger, but I have tasted better burgers in general. I think I’d rather save my red meat points for elsewhere, if I’ve got other options. Plus, I know that they must put the worst things ever in them, but Mc Donald’s fries cannot be beat. These In ‘n Out fries were a little soggy, and I longed for some more crunch and salt.
3. I think given In ‘N Out’s price, it’s a great deal for the quality of the burger.
So what do you think? What are your feelings about In ‘N Out? Did this East Coast girl miss the mark? Maybe I went to the wrong In ‘n Out location? Do you have a favorite fast food burger option in your city or town that isn’t Mc Donald’s or Burger King?