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A mustard-cooked beef patty with additional pickles, cheese, spread and grilled onions diced up and mixed together on the grill before getting dumped on your burger. If you are really worried about your health, you’re in the wrong restaurant.This is probably the most famous secret menu item, and for good reason: it’s pure awesome on a bun. Not everything that we found on the Internet actually existed.In the past, we’ve seen burgers as large as a 100×100, but In-N-Out changed their policy and now a 4×4 is as large as you can get. Even old hands at the secret menu are often surprised when you order this item and actually receive it. I suspect In-N-Out is also aware this is an Arnold Palmer. Palmer money to call it that, so In-N-Out chooses not to. Not all suicides are created equal, and this one tastes pretty good. You can order both your burger and fries with no salt added.We managed to get ourselves a 20×20before that rule went into effect, though. You can ask for a packet, or get them diced on the bottom of your burger by asking for “chopped chilis.” Several sites refer to them as “jalapenos.” They look like peppercinis to me. This makes them taste worse, but they are marginally better for you.
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Nothing is more embarrassing than ordering a secret item that doesn’t exist. Try tricking a friend into ordering one Animal Style. Any burger on the menu, wrapped in lettuce instead of that carbohydrate-laden bun. Any diet where you you can eat all the bacon you want but you can’t have a slice of bread sounds suspicious to me, though.
So, through dilligent research, we have managed to produce what we believe is the definitive guide to the In-N-Out secret menu. Word on the street is that this item was created for people to feed to their dogs at one of the original In-N-Out’s with walk-up service. A cheeseburger without the “burger.” My niece always orders the grilled cheese because she doesn’t eat beef and “veggie burgers are boring.” You still have lettuce, onions and tomatoes — as well as a nice helping of the spread. They paint your burger with mustard before grilling just like with Animal Style. Just like the Grilled Cheese, except with no cheese.