I was getting nostalgic the other day about The White Lady, which is this big white catering trailer-van thing in Auckland, New Zealand that sells burgers. It's a Kiwi institution; parking up just off Queen's Street every night until the early hours of the morning. Almost as good as the Pie Cart in Wellington; the perfect place for tipsy late-night greasy carbs. http://auckland.wiki.org.nz/White_Lady Anyway, great burgers... fantastic burgers... or they used to be from memory. And in New Zealand, they often put things in their burgers that you'd think would be horrible... but they're not. Things like sliced beetroot and pineapple. Yum. http://web.bilkent.edu.tr/mirrors/bb/28/58.html And I've had some good burgers here in London, at various burger joints. Even BurgerKing sometimes. The Spicy BeanBurger (veggie) is my usual choice but the real question is whether patties that aren't round disqualify it from being a burger. I fear this is so. Yeah, so tell us about great burgers. Bought ones, home-made ones. Ketchup or onions? Or both?