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Guestblogging over at French Fry Diary | February 16, 2012

Just a quick post to let y’all know I’ve been guest-blogging over at Glenn Walker’s French Fry Diary.  Clicky and check it out.  Today’s my third post this week.  At this rate, when Glenn comes back, people’ll think he’s the guest-blogger!

(Also, don’t forget my year-long Doctor Who blog over at One Year, 26 seasons, Seven Doctors.  We just finished up the First Doctor today with The Tenth Planet!)

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  1. Owners reply to Burgers in Paradise review:
    I appreciate your honesty with your review of our restaurant. Since your visit with us some changes have been made. At the time of your visit we had been open less than one month and with the fast pace of the holiday season it was at least comforting to know that your wait was not to long. We had much to learn as we were new owners and had new employees that also had to learn what we expected of them. Now to address the real issues of your review, our buns are not store bought, but come from a bakery near I-4 that lights up your nose when passing by. The buns are now also toasted on our flat top grill as we have listened to what our customers wanted. Our burgers are not frozen, but fresh ground chuck, and are a quarter pound hand formed. We have made some cooking changes, as the cooks were pressing the meat to flat so as to speed up the cooking process. It now takes approx. 3 minutes for a burger and we prefer it take longer if it means a better burger. But you were really there for the fries, and I do not find your order acceptable. Unfortunately it appears you received the last of a cooking basket as the crinkle cut fries we purchase are yes frozen, but have some of the longest and thickest I have seen. Often I honor a fry with a customer as they have been as long as 6 inches and I feel if it makes it through the whole process it should be singled out. I also invite you to try our sweet potato fries with a dipping sauce of Tanisha or Orange Sauce, or both if you like. We have been told by several returning customers they are very delicious. Again thank you for your review as I will discuss this with all employees so they understand just how important it is to maintain the quality that we wish to provide. I also hope that your decision not to come back is not based on one visit that was during a “break in” period and busy holiday season as we strive for every one of our customers to have a pleasant experience with us.

    Comment by Teri — February 20, 2012 @ 11:00 am


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