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We have a burger place here that will serve medium rare by default. They also do well done if you tell them to, but it's only because one year the health department came by and said they couldn't refuse to "thoroughly" cook the meat. They call it a hockey puck and if the old guy's in a bad mood, he'll brandish his knife at you for ordering it.

They also supposedly invented the hamburger, or at least the American incarnation of it. Oh, and they don't carry ketchup.


In reply to Re^2: How I like my steak: by Errto
in thread How I like my steak: by Petruchio

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