Animal style

Alan C cole at lantic.net
Fri Sep 25 05:43:27 EDT 2020


I expected to see something like a dog's breakfast.

Alan C

On 25-Sep-20 10:06 AM, Larry Colen wrote:
> For those not familiar with In-n-Out, they have what’s called “the secret menu”, things that you can order which aren’t on the posted menu.  One of the canonical items is getting your burger, or fries “animal style”
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> https://www.therecipe.com/epic-meals-order-in-n-out-hidden-menu/
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> https://www.brit.co/food/food-adulting/what-is-in-n-out-burgers-animal-style/
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> Legend has it that the name came from the rowdy surfer and skater kids who would hang out at the original In-N-Out location in Baldwin Park, California in the 1960s. The employees referred to them as animals because of their raucous behavior (In-N-Out employees are notoriously clean-cut), and after they started ordering mustard grilled burgers with grilled onion, spread, and pickles, that sandwich took on their name: the animal style burger.
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>> On Sep 24, 2020, at 11:16 PM, Larry Colen <lrc at red4est.com> wrote:
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>> At In-n-Out this afternoon
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>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ellarsee/50380758248/in/album-72157716111070142/
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