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Last updated: 18th November 2010
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In-N-Out Burger began in 1948 by by Harry and Esther Snyder in LA suburb, Baldwin Park, CA. Based mostly in Southern California, In-N-Out has since 1992 expanded into Nevada and Arizona, because we're nice enough like that to share ♥ In-N-Out won't open locations elsewhere, as all ingredients for the food are shipped fresh daily to each location and never frozen (unlike every other fast food chain).
In-N-Out specializes in two things: burgers and fries. As none of the food is ever frozen, all fries and burgers are made fresh daily, and really never hit the grill until you order them. In-N-Out maintains a hugely loyal customer base, and if you hit a drive-thru at lunch or dinnertime, odds are you'll see an outrageously long line. In order to deal with this, usually a person will be sent out with what's called a "handheld" to take orders and help the lines move faster. Those who eat there will definitely tell you the long wait is more than worth it ♥ (and former Californians like myself will also affirm that the wait between trips to In-N-Out is hellish at best ;_; )
The Secret Menu is a gift from god. The following is a list of items one can order on the Secret Menu, from tiburon-belvedere.com:
"3-by-3" = three meat patties and three slices of cheese.
"4-by-4" = four meat patties and four slices of cheese.
"2-by-4" = two meat patties and four slices of cheese.
*Note: You can get a burger with as many meat patties or cheese slices as you want. Just tell the In-N-Out Burger cashier how many meat patties and how much cheese you want and that is what you'll get! For instance, if you want 6 pieces of meat and 10 pieces of cheese tell them you want a "6-by-10."
"Double Meat" = like a Double Double without cheese.
"3 by Meat" = three meat patties and no cheese.
"Animal Style" = the meat is cooked and fried with mustard and then pickles are added, extra spread and grilled onions are added.
"Animal Style Fries" = fries with cheese, spread, grilled onions and pickles (if you ask for them).
"Protein Style" = for all you low-carbohydrate dieters, this is a burger with no bun (wrapped in lettuce).
"Flying Dutchman" = two meat patties, two slices of melted cheese and nothing else - not even a bun!
Fries "Well-Done" = extra crispy fries . . . even better than the regular!
Fries "Light" = opposite of fries well-done, more raw than most people like 'em
"Grilled Cheese" = no meat, just melted cheese, tomato, lettuce and spread on a bun.
"Veggie Burger" = burger without the patty or cheese. Sometimes we call this the "Wish Burger."
"Neapolitan" Shake = strawberry, vanilla and chocolate blended together.
If you haven't tried it, you're seriously missing out. I recommend a 2x4 with a Neopolitan shake :D
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