crumbly burger sliders with Dijon shallot relish
“Welcome to a savory journey of culinary satisfaction with our crumbly burger sliders. Immerse yourself in the world of irresistibly juicy and flavorful bites, where each slider is a miniature masterpiece.”
Growing up in Wichita, KS you learn three important things:
1) You may live in the air capital of the world, but it’s the most expensive city to fly in and out of.
2) You will constantly have to explain what it means to be a “Shocker.”
3) Crumbly is good.
The first two items listed will forever be a constant struggle. The hour flight from DEN to ICT will always be $500 or more even if you plan 18 months. And as long as the Shockers keep making the NCAA basketball tournament, we will forever continue to explain that our mascot is asexual.
So, we are left with the third item, and what I deem as the most important thing now living out of Wichita for the past 14 years. There is a little burger joint called, NuWay. If you haven’t experienced this hidden gem, it may be worth the $500 plus flight just to taste this iconic crumbly burger.
NuWay’s slogan, “crumbly is good.” Their loose meat style sandwiches have been a lunchtime staple since they started back in the 1930’s. Grab one of these burgers alongside some curly fries and a cold root beer, will make your inner child do the Carlton dance.
Now, I can’t think of a better way to start the week then with my very own version of this famous burger. These sliders come together lickty-split – ground beef, onion, Tabasco, topped with a spicy kick from the Dijon shallot relish. I’m telling you it’s so good. Wait. It’s crumbly good.
“In conclusion, our crumbly burger sliders redefine the art of burger perfection. Indulge in the satisfaction of each bite, savoring the harmonious blend of flavors and the culinary excellence showcased in every slider.”