Burger Friday is on a blessedly snow-free vacation, but took a moment to drop in on In-N-Out Burger. It has been a few years, but my memory nailed it: The famous Double-Double (a sort-of Big Mac, only eons better) is everything it's cracked up to be, and more, starting with the crazy low price of $3.30. 

It was delicious, and if the line hadn't been so daunting, I would have ordered a follow-up. Unfortunately for Minnesotans, the closest outlet of this quality-obsessed, California-based chain is in Dallas. But In-N-Out's iconic, yellow-arrow swoosh of a sign would certainly fit in at the Mall of America. Can someone make that happen? Soon?

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