Hamburgers are not sandwiches, but they are close


As I said at the beginning, I am going to talk about only sandwiches, and not hamburgers. But here is a dilema I have, and was thinking about when i was eating a very tasty hamburger. What is the difference between the two? Both of layers, both of bread, both of toppings. Some sandwiches don’t have any veggies, some burgers don’t have any veggies. Some burgers have lots of toppings and sauces, some sandwiches have lots of toppings and sauces. Some burgers have toasted buns, and some sandwiches have toasted buns. Some burgers are on sliced bread, and some sandwiches are on hamburger buns….

Meatball sandwiches are still sandwiches, and they take more work than burgers….

But I am not going to talk about the amazing burger i had down at Park Burger down in denver the other day. I am not going to talk about the fact that it was ground bison, with crispy lettuce, 2 slices of tomato, 3 pickles, 2 onion circles, 7 sweet potato fries, a smattering of guacamlole right on the toasted bun. I am not going to talk about how the lettuce pickle and tomato made a barrier between the bread, the guac and the caramelized onions on top of the patty. I am not going to talk about how nicely toasted the bun was or how wonderful the sweet potato fries were. I am DEFINITELY not going to talk about the fact that the burger was cooked to a wonderful setting of medium-rare. Not even going to mention that the burger didnt need ketchup or mustard on it. Nope. I am not going to talk about that burger at all.

I am going to talk about the fact that I really wanted a sandwich, but had to settle for a burger.

so yeah. i really wanted a sandwich, but had to settle for a burger.

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