What in the tammershand is a "Scot Burger"?
June 20, 2008 12:21 PM   Subscribe

My mother was reminiscing about food she enjoyed as a youngster/young adult and she mentioned a "burger chain that had a 'Scot Burger'" that somehow involved some craziness that sounds a whole lot like coleslaw but made with Green Goddess dressing. She swears it is not Green Goddess dressing, per se, but could be similar. My google-fu has turned out the link above, but fails me as to the exact make up of the alleged "Scot burger". Please help!
posted by the_royal_we to Food & Drink (2 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
"Big Scots are dressed with 1/8 oz. of onion, 1 ounce of cabbage, and 1 ounce of Big Scot sauce."*
But trying to find even a description of Big Scot sauce has me stymied.
posted by Floydd at 1:19 PM on June 20, 2008

S'truth. Curious, too, that for all of the nostalgia people express for the Big Scot, they never really paint a complete picture. The most I've found suggests that it was a mayo-based "secret" sauce. Would've thought that if it were green goddess-like, filled with parsley and green onions, someone might have mentioned it. Apparently a much-beloved sauce, though.
posted by mumkin at 7:51 PM on June 20, 2008

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