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More Burgers

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We’ve shot enough burgers that at this point each one is like our own personal moment of Zen.  Two more for BeRightBurger.

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January 31, 2012 at 10:11 am

New images for new fast casual eatery

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In our last post we talked about how it’s been the autumn of fast casual – case in point… New eatery from our friends at Glory Days GrillFanfare.

Gripper Burger from FanFare EateryCheese steak from FanFare Eatery

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December 14, 2011 at 10:31 am

Burgers and Fries Galore

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A few months ago we did a shoot for a new burger chain in Virginia. Be Right Burger  They’re really working hard on doing it right – and their food looks great – and that’s the most important thing right?

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November 14, 2011 at 10:36 am

Cardiologists avert thine eyes (again) …

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… or view these as an opportunity to get that beach house you’ve been looking at.

Two new burger shots from a couple of restaurant clients. Neither of which is going to get a nutritionists seal of approval, but they both taste really good!

Macaroni and cheese burger from Glory Days Grill, photo by Steve Buchanan PhotographyHangover burger from Austin Grill, food photography by Steve Buchanan Photography

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April 7, 2010 at 10:08 am

Cardiologists, look away (originally from 3/31/08)

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Last week we shot for, among others, Glory Days Grill again.  We had several dishes and some drinks to shoot, including the Glory Burger.  Starting with the bun on the bottom, then fried onion straws, half pound burger, BBQ sauce, bacon, cheese, and then the coup de gråce, a fried egg.  All topped with the required lettuce, tomato and onion.  If it sounds over the top it is.  If it sounds delicious, it is.  Tony their culinary director made our food stylist and I one for lunch and let me tell you, it’s wonderful.  If you’re in the GDG service area make it a point to try it, then make an appointment with you trainer.

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April 10, 2008 at 12:31 pm