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Episode 10290:The Best Hamburger and the Homerist Fallacy

February 7, 2013 7:23 am

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By now most of you know that I consider the Brindle Room as having the best hamburger in New York. (If you get it with raw onion rather than cooked; Jeremy won’t listen to me on that.) I considered how ludicrous it must sound to say that the best hamburger in America is two blocks from my house. And I came upon a larger point that has nothing to do with anything.

21 Responses to “The Best Hamburger and the Homerist Fallacy”

The video doen’t seem to work. “Sorry. The creator of this video has not given you permission to embed it on this domain.”

Same here

no worky and I am hungry for the boiga

I’m trying to get this straightened out….bear with me….

works for me.
Josh, we need more hands on stuff.. more BBQin and more time in the kitchen, with shirt on.

thanks!

I’m confused…I thought you said Veselka had the best burger, no?

Maybe the Brindle Room has the best burger when you’re on shrooms?

First check to see if there is a chocolate spletaciy store in your area and if so you can get a few nice items there. Then look for chocolate covered soft licorice (Walmart), and various kinds of chocolate covered nuts. Include gourmet cans of hot chocolate. See if you can find the mix for Mayan chocolate soup as sold at the Smithsonain Museum of the North American Indian cafeteria. A chocolate fondue kit is another idea.

Enjoyed seeing you on Iron Chef. But what the hell was the Queen of Ketchup, Ree Drummond, doing judging real chefs? In fact, you were mentioned by this site that asked the same question,
http://bit.ly/Zl4sap

Keep up the great work. You’re the real deal.

Brindle is delicious. DuMont may be better.

Great video Josh! Must check this place out asap, it’s been on myy list for a while honestly so now I’m motivated, thanks very much.

Dude….

It may be the best Burger in U.S., however if you ever try your burger with my “Papi Joe’s Tennessee Pepper Sauce” it will then become the best Burger in the Universe !

Voted best hot sauce by 3,500 people voting on over 350 sauces.

Papi Joe

[...] barstool philosopher (a “poor man’s George Trow,” in his words), which allows him to pull off disquisitions like, I was thinking the other day about hamburgers. Frequently asked, “Where is the best [...]

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[...] barstool philosopher (a “poor man’s George Trow,” in his words), which allows him to pull off disquisitions like, I was thinking the other day about hamburgers. Frequently asked, “Where is the best [...]

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[...] own doing, as the ABC News special allowed loud-mouth food-critic Josh Ozersky to give his diatribe about just how good the Brindle Room burger is. I fell for the ruse, and now I’m pretty salty [...]

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If you are ever in the Philadelphia area, please stop by charlies burgers.

YES! The site is back up and running! Very glad to see it back.

[...] To effectively fry a burger in its own fat there is no better cooking tool than a cast-iron-skillet. As the patty sears and sweats over the pan’s heavy bottom the steep rim gathers the oozing juices into a shallow pool. More of the patty’s surface than just its flattened top and bottom gets encrusted in this bath of sizzling fat as the browning meat develops flavour and eventually caramelises (see Maillard reaction).   Little Social chef Cary Docherty uses a cast-iron pan to cook London’s best burger. And, as you see in short video above, Brindle Room chef Jeremy Spector uses two cast-iron skillets to cook what Josh Ozersky, the dude who wrote the book on The Hamburger, insists is New York’s best burger. [...]

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