Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Jumping back on the horse.

Instead of attempting to play catch up on the past 2 years of burgers, I think I'm just going to jump right back into this, and start blogging again. It's not that I don't have the free time to blog, I am just beyond lazy, and lack any creative writing skills. (those AP English classes in high school didn't seem to do shit.) it goes. If I don't go to eat a burger on my day off, I get a little crazy. I've been having some rough times the past couple days at work, so my lovely lady Sarah made sure that I got a tasty burger today, no matter what. We went out to one of the best local spots in our area, Woody's All Natural in Cornwall, NY. This place is know for it's all natural ingredients and fresh, local products. In other words, it's AMAZING. It's only about 15 minutes from our house, but we definitely don't get out there as much as we probably should. They make a lot of things seasonally, such as pumpkin bisque and pulled pork sandwiches for the fall. Another one of their fall seasonal items is the BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger, which consists of cheddar cheese, bacon, pulled pork, and onion straws. I didn't even have to look at the rest of the menu, as soon as I saw the sign for this burger I knew I had to order it. It was HUGE and DELICIOUS. Peep this shit.
I only had time to pose for a smug photo before I dove my face deep into this beefy goodness. Woody's will cook your burger to order, so as per usual, I ordered mine medium rare. My only complaint about this burger was that it was a little more on the medium side, but I can live with that. The pulled pork was really good, and was complimented by the bacon, which was cooked perfected, not that burnt crap. A little sharper cheddar would have been nice, but that might just be because I LOVE extra sharp cheddar cheese. Those are my only complaints.
Needless to say, I would absolutely recommend Woody's All Natural to anyone and everyone. You can taste how fresh their ingredients are, and they even offer some bottled craft beer. If you're ever near Cornwall NY (even though I don't really see why you would be OTHER than to go to Woody's) I urge you to stop in here & get a burger.