Poll: How Do You Like Your Burger Cooked?

Posted November 26th, 2013 by admin. Comment (1).

From A Hamburger Today

Cheeseburger at OTB; (AHT review) [Photograph: Robyn Lee]

This week, we’re curious how you like your burger cooked. Do you like ’em super rare, or completely cooked through? Have your say in this week’s poll.

Results from last week’s poll


Head house market burger at Bridget Foy’s; (AHT review) [Photograph: Nicholas Chen]

Last week, we asked you to weigh in about eggs on burgers. Over three-quarters of AHT’ers (76 percent) said they are in favor of topping their burger with a fried egg, while 24 percent were against the idea. Judging by the comments, some of you who are anti-egg are strongly anti-egg. Here is what a few of you had to say:

There aren’t caps big enough nor bolds bold enough to emphasize ‘NO WAY’!

El Perdido

I’m one of those weird people that doesn’t like runny egg yolks, so…no. No me gusta.


A conditional yes… if the egg is perfectly cooked, with crispy edges and a lovely runny yolk it can be delicious. If not, it sucks.


Note: the poll remains open, so these numbers may shift slightly in the future.

About the author: Erin Jackson is a food writer and photographer who is obsessed with discovering the best eats in San Diego. You can find all of her discoveries on her San Diego food blog EJeats.com. On Twitter, she’s @ErinJax

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