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Stuff all your creativity into the center of a free range beef patty
Here's how to submit your idea:
Fill out the form on the Blue Door Pub website to submit your original idea for the next great stuffed burger.
To give you a hint of the possibilities: Alongside classic favorites like the Breakfast Blucy, with thick-cut bacon and a fried egg, and the Cajun Blucy with pepperjack and diced jalapenos, the Blue Door is now offering the Horsekick, stuffed with horseradish blue cheese and slathered with horseradish mayo, and a Cuban sandwich and Original Blucy hybrid cutesily called the Blucy, You Got Some Splainin' To Do!
1811 Selby Ave., St. Paul, MN
we gave up trying to eat there. one hour wait, every time we visit. 4 times.
Must have been a bad day for Doug... What's your problem with burgers? Or is it the carnivories you have a problem with? Most common is possible.. most base or utilitarian? Aren't all meals utilitarian? They stop you from being hungry. Why else would you eat?
There is no 'greatest burger'. A 'burger' is the the most common, most base, most utiltarian carnivorie meal.
I guess 20 'somethings' who refuse to cook even a burger, have some kind of strange lust for such a lack luster meal. I would venture to say 'a dog's dinner'.
It is pretty much impossible and burgers aren't worth waiting for.
Doug, let me tell you what no one else at the holiday party will (without a lot of booze): you're a pretentious bore.