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Know what prices to expect in every neighborhood. Be prepared to pay more at Whittier Heights Burgers restaurants, and spend less on Burgers at West Woodland. Knowing the average price of 1 burger will help you know what to expect next time you dine out.
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For an elevated experience, pair your beef burger with Cabernet Sauvignon. This combination works particularly well because this red wine matches the beef due to its structure and tannins.
Experts recommend pairing a beef burger with a glass of Chardonnay, a popular white wine.
When considering what goes best with turkey cheese burger, we recommend a glass of Pinot Noir, it truly complements the dish as it complements a salty cheese topping.
In 2014, Takeru Kobayashi became the proud world-record holder for eating the most burger by having 12 in one sitting.
In Carlton, United States, Burgers-lovers celebrated a special day on September 2, 2012. Some still remember this as the day when the hamburger was made, weighing no less than 2,014 pounds.
Ever wondered how much the most expensive hamburger ever sold for? The sale price reached $5,000, in Corvallis, United States in 2011.
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