Simply so, is it normal to put mayo on a burger?
Burgers taste better with mayo. Yeah, delicious, creamy mayonnaise, scooped straight from the jar, judiciously smeared across a lightly toasted bun and smooshed into a juicy patty—hold the ketchup, hold the mustard. You've gotta try it. Mayonnaise, however, "magnifies the flavors of the beef and the cheese."
Likewise, people ask, is there an In N Out Burger in Portland?
Beloved burger beast In-N-Out is one step closer to opening its first location in the Willamette Valley. This June, the fast food chain plans to begin construction on a restaurant less than an hour south of Portland, within the Keizer Station mall.
In-N-Out uses the Kennebec variety of potato for its fries and prepares them on-site as opposed to purchasing them pre-made from other companies. The company's french fries are cooked in "100% pure, cholesterol-free sunflower oil."