Bean Burger is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.
Description[edit | edit source]
While the exact origin of bean burgers is contentious, many attribute the creation to Dale Dillwater, a young chef in Reading. Dillwater's restaurant was popular, as the public loved that all the animal products used in Dillwater's burgers were raised on the restaurant's own farm. Business was booming, until one day Dillwater went to the farm to discover there were no animals left.
Dillwater promptly acquired a calf and closed the restaurant for four weeks to allow the calf to grow. He affectionately named the calf Burger, and in the four weeks he waited for Burger to grow, the two became close friends. Throughout the days and nights, Dillwater and Burger would go for walks, watch the sunset, and play Rummikub together.
As the grand re-opening of Dillwater's restaurant drew near, a large crowd gathered, excited to eat his farm-fresh meats. Ready to slaughter Burger, Dillwater lifted his axe, but as he looked into Burger's eyes he was overcome with fond memories of their friendship. Dillwater let out a cry, and chopped a nearby beanstalk instead. Unable to kill Burger. Dillwater returned to the restaurant to make patties - this time out of beans.
Fun fact: a majority of hamburgers eaten today can be traced to the lineage of Burger's family.
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
Recipes[edit | edit source]
The Holding Station is optional for this dish.
You may use a holding station to prep a portion of this food in advance.
Each Holding Station can serve 8 customers.
If you don't have a portion ready, you'll need to prepare a single been patty and wait until it's ready
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