Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Super Bowl rivalry, in burgers

In honor of the Denver and Seattle football teams, Cherry Hill's Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar is offering two burgers.

Super Bowl rivalry, in burgers

Zinburger´s Hawk´s Nest Bird-ger (left) and Mile-High Burger.
Zinburger's Hawk's Nest Bird-ger (left) and Mile-High Burger.

Legalized marijuana is not the only thing in common for Seattle and Denver.

On Sunday, the professional football teams for those cities will go head to head in the ultimate football championship.

In honor of the Denver and Seattle football teams, Cherry Hill's Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar is offering two burgers: 

The Mile High Burger, similar to a Denver Omelet, is served with an Angus beef patty, sliced ham, roasted peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese, chipotle mayo, shredded lettuce and a fried egg on top. The burger is cooked to order on a griddle in its own juices and served on lightly buttered, brioche style bun.

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The Hawk’s Nest Bird-ger consists of a chicken breast with coleslaw, pea shoots, Manchego cheese, Thousand Island dressing on a bed of fries and served on a lightly buttered, brioche style bun. 

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