Collegiate Journalist Tackles One Of My All-Time Favorite Burger Joints

Nice review of Central CT’s Shady Glen Dairy, home of the most amazing cheeseburgers you will ever set your eyes and mouth upon. Described nicely herein as:

With an ordinary slab of meat and three to four pieces of your everyday American cheese, both are combined to make something extraordinary. The slices of cheese are carefully placed as a mosaic on top of the meat patty as it sizzles, so that the edges untouched by the meat melt directly onto the grill. Contact with the hot surface allows the edges to turn chewy and crispy, and when dolled up with a bun, curves around the sandwich as if a clam was sticking its tongue out at someone.

Full story from the Central Connecticut State University Newspaper here…

1324746101_13eee61e88_b.jpg A picture I took from our recent visit to Shady Glen during “The Great Hamburger Vacation of 2007.”

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