It’s Sunday Morning, and that can only mean one thing: last night, I made and ate a hamburger. Specifically, a burger featured on the hit series Bob’s Burgers.
Poblano Picasso Burger [S1:E8 “Art Crawl”]
About the Episode – Bob hopes to draw more business to the restaurant by pulling in the crowds with Linda’s sister Gail’s cute animal paintings. Unfortunately, Gail’s art isn’t exactly what the Art Council wants at Art Crawl, and Bob goes head-to-head (or should that be brush-to-brush?) with Edith, head of the Art Council and owner of the local art store.
Meanwhile, Louise enlists the “help” of Gene, Tina, and Andy and Ollie Pesto to cash in on Art Crawl. Let’s just hope no one loses an ear . . .
About the Burger– This Monterrey Jack cheeseburger was topped with a homemade salsa verde (poblano and jalapeno peppers, tomatillos, and white onion) and a thick slice of tomato.
Krystal said this burger tasted really, really good. She especially enjoyed the salsa verde, and said the jalapeno was just right. She gave the burger 4 stars, but also said that it would probably be higher, but she wasn’t feeling well and her taste was diminished.
I was worried about this burger after the fiasco of last week’s Totally Radish burger. I’m also not a huge fan a jalapeno peppers; I don’t mind the heat, I’m not a fan of the taste. Well, sometimes I am – I guess I just have to be “in the mood” for jalapenos. I must say I was pleasantly surprised. This burger tasted great! It earned five stars from me, so averaging our two scores gives this burger . . .
Come back next week, when we’ll try the “Do the Brussell Burger”
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