Look! We’ve Discovered New Jersey’s Best Hamburger Among Best In U.S.
We all love burgers, don't we? According to Yahoo "According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Americans consume an average of 2.4 burgers per day, which is about 50 billion burgers per year. And that fact is just one of many about the food that will not only blow your mind but make your mouth water."
For me, I enjoy a medium-well burger with lettuce, tomato, onion, and a little bit of ketchup. Cheese is optional, but that's my burger order with a side of "well done" fries. Wow, I'm getting hungry just writing this. According to Lovefood "Few foods are as all-out American as this classic handheld meal, served everywhere from high-end restaurants to street food spots and hole-in-the-wall joints. Whether served simply between slices of white bread, or topped with melted cheese in a fluffy bun, a no-frills burger is brilliantly satisfying – even when more creative, contemporary options abound."
The selection for New Jersey is a place in Bergen County that has had a huge following for years. White Manna in Hackensack gets the top burger award from Lovefood. "Since 1946, White Manna has dealt in classic New Jersey sliders (full-sized hamburgers, not the mini version). Onions are pressed into these griddle-fried patties as they sizzle away and the whole thing (plus cheese, if you wish) is held together by a pillowy potato bun. Highly rated by food aficionados like Anthony Bourdain and regularly featured in 'best burger' lists, White Manna is also a customer favorite thanks to its fuss-free burgers that are big on flavor."
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