Working Man's Friend - Indianapolis, IN The following blog was written by my good friend Ron Newlin Our mutual friend Greg Hoover emailed me early this week to tell me he was going to be in Indianapolis on business on Friday, and to see if I was free for lunch.
Me and fellow burger seeker John decided to swing by and give it a try. On a Friday evening it was packed.
The board featured the 1 pound and 2 pound burger challenges, where you ate either with a similar amount of fries in 30 minutes and got a t-shirt for the 2-pound and your picture on the wall.
But how was the normal burger? John had the Bacon Burger. We sat and looked around the restaurant as we waited for our food.
The tables are steel-topped and the seats red naugahyde. It is a fast-food-style place that is a step up with the table service. Big Jud's Fries are thick and filling The burger arrived with ketchup, mustard, pickle chips, onion, tomato and green leaf lettuce.
I got the onions grilled. The burger presented very well. The toasted white bun was lovely. Bacon practically snapped when you ate it, very crisp. Lettuce and tomato tasted fresh. American cheese melted artfully.
Everything was really perfect, except for the patty itself. Mine was overcooked and a little dry. Not terribly flavorful, but everything else saved it. The fries were very thick with skins on, hot, but a little soggy.
Get the special fry sauce with your order. It is kind of like a french dressing and makes a good dip. My favorite thing was the onion rings. Lightly battered and piping hot, they were crisp and delicious with a sweet onion on the inside. As we were leaving people at the table next to use received the 1-pound burger.
As big as a pie pan with a knife sticking in the center, the bun alone would make it a challenge to eat in 30 minutes. I will have to try others to be sure. But I enjoyed the visit. And loved the vibe.Chrysler, Burger King workers win separate Set for Life Scratch-off top prizes ‘It’s not every day you become a millionaire’ INDIANAPOLIS (Nov.
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One day driving to their economics. Hoosier Burger Case: Final Assessment, Starting a business of their own someday had been a dream of two college students back in the 70's, Bob and Thelma Mellankamp. DFD example - Hoosier Burger’s food ordering system II.
Represent the major processes & data stores of the level-0 whole-system process of the context diagram. Hoosier Burger, a restaurant owned by Bob and Thelma Mellankamp, is running the business with errors occurring frequently because of the nonexistence of an organizational information system.
The systems analysis consultant that is hired to help Hoosier Burger should utilize the Systems Development. INF Week 2 Assignment Hoosier Burger Case Part 2. Read the Hoosier Burger scenario on page in Chapter Four of the text and address the following in a two- to-four page paper, not including the title page and reference pages.