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When in Tuolumne Meadows, stop at its seasonal summertime grill for a post-hike burger and fries, washed down with a fluffy swirl of soft serve.
So I parked near the Washington Hilton and waited — and waited — for my classic Chicken Guy sandwich and a “real cheezy” burger.
The venture fund’s $1 billion first round has had some early successes, like Impossible Foods, a maker of plant-based burgers.
Both Beyond and Impossible burgers contain 20 grams of protein per four ounces, while the same amount of 85 percent lean ground beef has 21 grams.
His son Deuce attempts to establish a union at the burger joint where he works.
We’d make and sell burgers, fries and shakes all summer long.
They had an amazing burger, arguably one of the best I’d had in New York, though I always felt it was just a tad too expensive — $19, plus an extra buck if you wanted Gruyere, which of course you did.
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She adds, “I see all this innovation happening in cell-based meat production for people who just want to eat a burger, but the products that we feed babies have stayed static over the past 20, 30 years.”
This year, at KFC, we launched the most expensive burger to date that is made of Wagyu beef.
They’re less likely to go out there and try some fancy new burger at McDonald’s.

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