Crazy Good Burger Truck on AJ Hwy
swingers

Morristown, TN

#274 Sep 24, 2012
Corbin and his wife may be swingers and the girl is their girlfrind
LOL

Morristown, TN

#275 Sep 24, 2012
swingers wrote:
Corbin and his wife may be swingers and the girl is their girlfrind
WOW just WOW!! If people are so concerned about who she is why don't they just ask. I mean it's not that hard, if you going to open your mouth on here hell quit hiding behind your computers and man up and ask her yourself!!!
Whovares

Morristown, TN

#276 Sep 29, 2012
The girl wrote:
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First of all if you see that I am there every day you yourself must come by the truck every day. So the next time you come by and see me there have the balls to pull in the lot and ask because I will gladly tell you who I am instead of posting on topix and yes the wife as u call her does now im here!!
Bore
6th Guy

Morristown, TN

#277 Sep 30, 2012
Jason wrote:
In my opinion and I have eaten from crazy burgers several times now... It's a good burger but the fries could be better they've been a little on the soggy side every time.
If Morristown were to ever get a Five guys burger and fries it would be game over.
I've had 5 guys and it was disappointing, I've had crazy good and it was good. It's local and thats good too.
Really

Morristown, TN

#278 Sep 30, 2012
Hey U wrote:
I don't understand why CGB don't just cook the burgers well done since it looks like most people like them that way or at least ask how they want their burger cooked. That way they won't complain about it being pink inside. This seems like a simple solution to the many posts I've read that says the burgers are raw, pink, bloody, etc. Cook them well done Corbin, or ask ask ask, "How would you like that cooked" Please, learn from these posts. We do want to see you succeed. A good chef always asks. They don't just assume everyone wants a pink burger.
Have you ever watched any of the tv chefs make burgers? None of them will cook a burger well done. and most good chefs refuse too. They would rather you go some where else then compromise the burger. It is how a true chef is taught to cook them, anything less then the right way and you might as well go to McDicks. Great burgers, love them, thanks for bringing real food to Morristown.
Review

Morristown, TN

#280 Sep 30, 2012
6th Guy wrote:
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I've had 5 guys and it was disappointing, I've had crazy good and it was good. It's local and thats good too.
Nothing against mobile food, but Pal's is better, cheaper, and less wait. Cookout is also better and will be direct competition. If something has changed very recent, like shorter wait, specials, or an improvement on the burger than I might consider going back.
gross

Morristown, TN

#281 Sep 30, 2012
Really wrote:
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Have you ever watched any of the tv chefs make burgers? None of them will cook a burger well done. and most good chefs refuse too. They would rather you go some where else then compromise the burger. It is how a true chef is taught to cook them, anything less then the right way and you might as well go to McDicks. Great burgers, love them, thanks for bringing real food to Morristown.
I've been there twice and each time the burger was gray and mushy. A burger like any piece of meat NEEDS a sear. I am beginning to wonder if they boil their burgers, I have never had a gray burger in my life before this burger truck. They wont get my business again.
I DO AGREE

Morristown, TN

#282 Oct 2, 2012
gross wrote:
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I've been there twice and each time the burger was gray and mushy. A burger like any piece of meat NEEDS a sear. I am beginning to wonder if they boil their burgers, I have never had a gray burger in my life before this burger truck. They wont get my business again.
I don't know where they learned to make a hamburger but they need to re-evaluate their technique. The main issue here is that the meat is extremely bland with absolutely no taste. Have you ever heard of seasoning the meat? Another problem is with the way it is prepared. I have to agree with the previous poster when he says the burger needs a sear. The burgers that I make on my outdoor grill are so superior to the burger truck it is ridiculous. I think they may have a cheap & weak grill in the truck. That is why it takes so long and sometimes way undercooked. Also, your fries SUCK and $3 for them is F**KING JOKE! So really your burgers and your fries SUCK! Your prices SUCK too! So really, your burgers, fries and prices all SUCK! Oh yeah and the tea, that SUCKS too! So really, your burgers, fries, prices and tea all SUCK! I am just being very honest because the few times I have tried to eat there and give you the benefit of more chances but your have not made any improvements in your product since your opening. I really have no reason to ever go back to your truck. I do not understand how you can possibly stay in business in this town. With a rather small population of people that would eat there to begin with people will soon realize that there are better options and your numbers will dwindle off. I can only hope that you will make some serious upgrades to the quality of your product in the way it is prepared. I also think you should have a good burger bundle where somebody can get a burger, fries and a drink for a reasonable price. You are charging restaurant prices on the side of the road out of an old truck. It just doesn't make any sense. This is not a big city where you can get away with that for too long. You will have to make changes in your techniques and lower the prices to be successful in the long run. I know you have done fairly good this year but that is just because it was new and people were willing to give it a try. With only a few repeat customers you will most likely struggle in 2013.
Juniper

Morristown, TN

#283 Oct 2, 2012
I DO AGREE wrote:
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I don't know where they learned to make a hamburger but they need to re-evaluate their technique. The main issue here is that the meat is extremely bland with absolutely no taste. Have you ever heard of seasoning the meat? Another problem is with the way it is prepared. I have to agree with the previous poster when he says the burger needs a sear. The burgers that I make on my outdoor grill are so superior to the burger truck it is ridiculous. I think they may have a cheap & weak grill in the truck. That is why it takes so long and sometimes way undercooked. Also, your fries SUCK and $3 for them is F**KING JOKE! So really your burgers and your fries SUCK! Your prices SUCK too! So really, your burgers, fries and prices all SUCK! Oh yeah and the tea, that SUCKS too! So really, your burgers, fries, prices and tea all SUCK! I am just being very honest because the few times I have tried to eat there and give you the benefit of more chances but your have not made any improvements in your product since your opening. I really have no reason to ever go back to your truck. I do not understand how you can possibly stay in business in this town. With a rather small population of people that would eat there to begin with people will soon realize that there are better options and your numbers will dwindle off. I can only hope that you will make some serious upgrades to the quality of your product in the way it is prepared. I also think you should have a good burger bundle where somebody can get a burger, fries and a drink for a reasonable price. You are charging restaurant prices on the side of the road out of an old truck. It just doesn't make any sense. This is not a big city where you can get away with that for too long. You will have to make changes in your techniques and lower the prices to be successful in the long run. I know you have done fairly good this year but that is just because it was new and people were willing to give it a try. With only a few repeat customers you will most likely struggle in 2013.
I could not agree more. I cannot understand any hype surrounding this burger truck unless some people just like eating bland gray meat out of a dirty parking lot truck, I don't get it. I dont mean them any harm but I'm not going to pretend it didnt piss me off to pay that much for probably one of the least tasty burgers I've ever had.
meeee

Morristown, TN

#284 Oct 2, 2012
funny how those who hate it so badly are the ones who seem the most obsessed. i think it is great, cooked perfectly (i ask for well done) and seasoned to perfection. If you don't like it, don't eat it. but for goodness sakes, grow up and stop trying to take these people down.
Juniper

Morristown, TN

#285 Oct 2, 2012
meeee wrote:
funny how those who hate it so badly are the ones who seem the most obsessed. i think it is great, cooked perfectly (i ask for well done) and seasoned to perfection. If you don't like it, don't eat it. but for goodness sakes, grow up and stop trying to take these people down.
What is your problem? You must be one of the owners because who the hell else would think I am trying to take someone down or that I am obsessed? I posted my opinion on a thread I saw on topix, period, no conspiracy, just an observation. You're a tool.
meeee

Nashville, TN

#286 Oct 2, 2012
Juniper wrote:
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What is your problem? You must be one of the owners because who the hell else would think I am trying to take someone down or that I am obsessed? I posted my opinion on a thread I saw on topix, period, no conspiracy, just an observation. You're a tool.
And you're a fool. So there!
superbad

Talbott, TN

#287 Oct 2, 2012
we all know the owner comes here and uses different names to respond every time someone says something bad.
He sometimes logs in and tells people to go to his facebook page where he removes bad reviews.

I do not see how people can pay that much for bland tasteless food out of a Mexican food truck where he supposedly urinates in the same sink he washes dishes in and has a poop bucket for #2

YUCK

“Keep it fresh and local”

Since: Nov 08

Morristown

#288 Oct 3, 2012
We added hot dogs to the menu! We use all beef Hebrew national franks. Also come taste the jalapeno swiss It's pretty awesome! Open seven days a week
Check

Morristown, TN

#289 Oct 3, 2012
meeee wrote:
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And you're a fool. So there!
My grandmother always a said for every time you called someone a fool you'd lose one day of life - was it worth it?
Check

Morristown, TN

#290 Oct 3, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
We added hot dogs to the menu! We use all beef Hebrew national franks. Also come taste the jalapeno swiss It's pretty awesome! Open seven days a week
How much?

And beware, we're not stupid, we can buy our own Hebrew national franks at the grocery, hey and buns and jalapeno swiss cheese too!(and most of us hicks as you called us can actually count so if that hot dog is more than a buck 50, its a rip.
meeee

Nashville, TN

#291 Oct 3, 2012
Check wrote:
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My grandmother always a said for every time you called someone a fool you'd lose one day of life - was it worth it?
Sure was fool!
Billy Hill

Morristown, TN

#292 Oct 4, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
We added hot dogs to the menu! We use all beef Hebrew national franks. Also come taste the jalapeno swiss It's pretty awesome! Open seven days a week
I like Hebrew National. How much are the hot dogs? Thanks.
The Burger Lover

Morristown, TN

#293 Oct 22, 2012
The best burger I have ever ate! I have eaten thousands of burgers all around the country and I can say without a doubt that the CRAZYGOODBURGERS Truck in Morristown, Tn located on AJ Hwy, is by far the tastiest, juiciest, freshest, fulfilling, cleanest, deliciously memorable burger I have ever had. I wish I was there right now getting one and if you are hungry I strongly suggest you go there now and get one. You will surely be impressed by the freshness and deliciousness of such a wonderful burger. It is why the name is CRAZYGOODBURGERS. Because the burgers are actually that CRAZY GOOD! You will not find a better burger anywhere. Like I said I have been all over the country eating countless burgers and the number 1 best overall delicious burger is at the CRAZYGOODBURGERS truck right here in Morristown, TN. If you want to check out their menu just go to their webpage crazygoodburgers.com or like them on Facebook for all the latest news and events.
Review

Morristown, TN

#294 Oct 22, 2012
The Burger Lover wrote:
The best burger I have ever ate! I have eaten thousands of burgers all around the country and I can say without a doubt that the CRAZYGOODBURGERS Truck in Morristown, Tn located on AJ Hwy, is by far the tastiest, juiciest, freshest, fulfilling, cleanest, deliciously memorable burger I have ever had. I wish I was there right now getting one and if you are hungry I strongly suggest you go there now and get one. You will surely be impressed by the freshness and deliciousness of such a wonderful burger. It is why the name is CRAZYGOODBURGERS. Because the burgers are actually that CRAZY GOOD! You will not find a better burger anywhere. Like I said I have been all over the country eating countless burgers and the number 1 best overall delicious burger is at the CRAZYGOODBURGERS truck right here in Morristown, TN. If you want to check out their menu just go to their webpage crazygoodburgers.com or like them on Facebook for all the latest news and events.
Are you kidding? All over the country and this is the best. I have to assume you have eaten McDonalds all over the country. Sheesh

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