hamburger bun


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Noun1.hamburger bun - a round bun shaped to hold a hamburger pattyhamburger bun - a round bun shaped to hold a hamburger patty
bun, roll - small rounded bread either plain or sweet
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The Devastator Burger features 18oz of beef patties, topped with 200 grams of pulled pork, six rashers of bacon, and six slices of cheese, all sandwiched in a hamburger bun.
I also ordered a brioche bun-like a hamburger bun, a bit sweet and fluffy, also very good.
Fun fact: According to the company's website, Englebert Franz developed the first hamburger bun in 1926.
The flies were so sleepy that once they found a food source, they slept right on top of it for days-like falling asleep on a giant hamburger bun and waking up long enough to take a few nibbles before falling back to sleep.
com/5991697/the-sausage-double-beef-burger-is-yet-another-example-of-how-this-century-belongs-to-china) Gawker , garnering reactions from fast-food junkies who call the two sausages, two beef patties, and mustard on a pretzel hamburger bun an example of how "the 21st century belongs to China.
However, when the nutritional value of the McDonald's[R] hamburger bun and wrap are compared to the nutritional value of 100% whole wheat hamburger buns and wraps, the difference in the grams of fibre was relatively minimal (e.
They offered a hamburger bun pan--recipe included--that lifted our culinary spirits to such a pinnacle that we knew we had to get it.
the limp pickles off the pale inside of her hamburger bun.
Cut each hamburger bun in half, this will give you 4 halves.
Unless your idea of a bagel is a hamburger bun with a hole in it, you've got to go to a bagel shop to get a real bagel.
One Wonder Made With Whole Grain White Hamburger Bun is the equivalent of 8 grams of whole grains.
The absence of the hamburger bun sign is seen with dislocation of the facet joint; specifically, the superior facet may dislocate posterior to the inferior facet, producing an appearance that resembles the "bottom bun" resting on the "top bun" (Figure 8), also known as the "reverse hamburger bun" sign.