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The Chronic-kah Burger

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Chanukah may have already come and gone, but this stoner stack is the gift that keeps on giving: Smokey shiitake mushrooms on a nest of caramelized onions, kimchi thousand island dressing, a seared beef patty draped in melted swiss, and a couple of crispy root vegetable latkes, or as I call them — Chanukah hash. Light’er up!

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  1. I’m ready for one. Kosher of course..Nothing like a little milk and beef.

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  6. Wa wa wee wa. Would love to see more burgers using Korean inspired ingredients. Have you ever played around with gochujang? Korean pickled cucumber?

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  7. Wa wa wee wa. Have you ever tried playing around with some of the Korean veggies? Pickled cucumber, kimchi…?

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  8. mADE tHIS iN A IT MORE SimPLIFIED mANNER AND iT WAS fANTASTIC!! oNE OF THE bEST bURGERS i’VE EVeR HAD tHE PLEeaSURE tO hAVE tAStED..!! GrEAT wORK!!

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