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Best Disney World Burgers

In the food pictures therad, Donald mentioned that the Captain's Grill burger is his favorite. I've never tried that one and I thought I had tried all the noteworthy burgers in WDW. What do you think are the best WDW burgers?

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I was trying to remember where else I had burgers lol.. hmmm.. Whispering Canyon, Beaches and Cream Soda Shop.. I know there's more and I know where the WORST burger at WDW was..
it was at that stand over there by Tower of Terror.. I think it's Sunset Ranch Market? wow.. I took one bite and I refused to continue eating it

but yes, my fave is Captain's Grille! did you seeee all that cheese??? and it was perfectly Medium..with a lil pink, nice n juicy and bbq-ey flavor! *drool*

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I have to agree with Beaches and Cream that cheeseburger is amazing!!

I feel like I had a really good one somewhere else too but I can't remember where...I'll think on that!

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Nope , nope , nope. I now have to say that the Kobi Burger at the Yak & Yeti in Animal Kingdom was and is the "Best" burger I have ever had in my life. It was absolutely amazing!

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I've heard good things about that burger Mr. Hub. I tend to still favor the Liberty Tree Tavern and Beaches and Cream burger, but I'm ready to try some new ones on my next visit. Like these new specialty burgers.

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Now ya'll know the best burgers are at Electric Umbrella. lol lies

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mrhub wrote:
Nope , nope , nope. I now have to say that the Kobi Burger at the Yak & Yeti in Animal Kingdom was and is the "Best" burger I have ever had in my life. It was absolutely amazing!

Yum Ive never even heard of that..putting it on the list!!

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Thanks to Brad's Raglan Road article today, I remembered my other fave burger!!
Raglan Road of course!!

Ragland Road

LOOK AT THAT CHEESE!! *drooooool*

(sorry for pic quality, it was take with my phone)

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Yensid wrote:
Now ya'll know the best burgers are at Electric Umbrella. lol lies

Of course!! laugh I haven't been to EU for a LONG time. Years. We just walk right by.

DD -- I didn't even know Raglan Road had a burger! I wonder if that's a seasonal item.

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Cosmic Rays!! Oh, ok, I know, it's not, but I muchlove Cosmic Rays, as many of you know by now Smile

I really want to try that Kobi burger at Yak & Yeti! Then DD had to go and make me drool with that RR burger...OMG I don't know!!!

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I completely agree with the Captain's Grill -- or the Yacht Club Galley, which is what I still call it more often than not!

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Any pics of the Kobi Burger? I am intrigued Smile

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Kobi Burger..like Kobe beef?!?

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IrishTiggerFan wrote:
I completely agree with the Captain's Grill -- or the Yacht Club Galley, which is what I still call it more often than not!

I'm going to make a point to try the Captain's Grill burger on my next trip. I'm feeling left out!

Welcome to the boards by the way!

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Bella wrote:
Kobi Burger..like Kobe beef?!?

That's what I am taking it to mean...although you do point out an important spelling distinction, Bella.

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I'm going to have to do a burger sampler next time I go there. I'm surprised there are so many I haven't tried.

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Okay, my bad, "Kobe" burger.

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mrhub wrote:
Okay, my bad, "Kobe" burger.

Nono Mr Hub! We're not grammar teachers correcting your spelling! We're wondering if it is that pinnacle of beef flavors, Kobe beef. So, yes? Not just clever marketing on Disney's part to lure in unsuspecting foodies?

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It is made with American Kobe beef, still excellent!

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I'm going to have to do a burger sampler next time I go there. I'm surprised there are so many I haven't tried.

Brad, you and scrappy could get together on that. She's a "Big" burger person.

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Ah, perfect! Then it's OFFICIALLY on my "must eat" list! Thank you for clearing that up - and for the AWESOME pic. Now I want a burger for breakfast Laughing out loud

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I'm dying for a burger now, but trying to lose weight. Bad combination!

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Not necessarily...unless a burger for you must have all the bad stuff Smile But seriously, I have a killer turkey burger recipe (should I post?) and grass fed beef and bison are both delicious and super lean. I'm not so much a bread girl (unless it's really great bread), so an oat bran pita or some sturdy lettuce will serve as a bun for me nicely.

But I know what you mean...I'm still craving one! That oatmeal I had for breakfast just didn't do the trick. waiting

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Yes..turkey burgers!!!! I need more healthy recipes..post as many as you have!

And MrHubbs..you get an F for spelling today. Haha..just kidding!

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I posted...and now I have to find where I posted it! Ha!

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Every time I come to this thread that picture makes me crave a burger. Great pic!

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Is there a good turkey burger on site anywhere? I'm trying to cut back on red meat (not that I am going anytime soon..cue sad music.....now)..

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Well..if no one says yes (I tend not to try them, since ours are so darn good), I know where there is a GREAT one about 50 miles up the road Smile

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yeah Aw, man, ya all are making me HUNGRY!!! Hurry up, Vacation and Sept!! Smile

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Bella wrote:
Yes..turkey burgers!!!! I need more healthy recipes..post as many as you have!

And MrHubbs..you get an F for spelling today. Haha..just kidding!

Here's my favorite turkey burger recipe that Joe makes:

http://desertculinary.blogspot.com/2005/07/turkey-burgers-with-peanut-sauce.html

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Is the peanut sauce taste strong?

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I don't think it's too strong, but the beauty of this one is you can use less on your burger, since it's a spread. I usually have a little less on mine than Joe has on his because I don't want to overpower the taste of the turkey burger.