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San Antonio bean burger

The first time I had a San Antonio bean burger was on a hot summer day. I was wandering in my car outside of town and off a quiet road I passed a spot called the Bracken Store Cafe. The was a long row of cars outside, which is usually a solid sign that something welcoming is inside, so I pulled over and entered the restaurant.

As I surveyed the menu, I saw a hamburger described as being dressed with refried beans, cheese, and Fritos. Now, I have long . . .


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