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Connecticut Food Trail: Burgers

Connecticut Food Trail: Burgers
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With its significant coastline and interior farmland, Connecticut suffers no shortage of great food from land and sea. But notwithstanding the state’s well-documented affection for pizza, it seems that the humble hamburger is the point of greatest pride in these parts–and it may have even been invented here. Where would American cuisine (and the U.S. economy) be without our classic beef-and-bun combo?

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One Response to Connecticut Food Trail: Burgers

  1. carl huben May 19, 2014 at 8:33 pm #

    Anew hamburger has entered the ct arena OLDE 37 PATIO&GRILL.We serve what we believe to be the best grassfed hamburgers anywhere. Give us a try,you will be delighted!

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