Tommy's« World Famous Hamburgers

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Sheet1 Page 1 Tommy's® World Famous Hamburgers This clone recipe may be for the whole hamburger, but anybody who knows about Tommy's goes there for the chili - and that's the part of this clone they seek. That's also the part that required the most kitchen sleuthing. Turn out it's an old chili con carne recipe created back in 1946 by Tommy's founder, Tommy Koulax, for his first hamburger stand on the corner of Beverly and Rampart Boulevards in Los Angeles. By adding the right combination of water and flour and broth and spices to the meat we can create a thick, tomato-less chili sauce worthy of the gajillions of southern California college students that make late-night Tommy's runs a four-year habit. And if you don't live near one of the two dozen Tommy's outlets, you can still get a gallon of Tommy's famous chili shipped to you. But I hope you really dig the stuff, because you'll shell out around 70 bucks for the dry ice packaging and overnight shipping. And don't expect to see the ingredients on the label since
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course FOOD 101 taught by Professor Dr. during the Spring '11 term at CA Culinary.

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