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Turkey Burgers are the Newest Addition to our Burger Lineup!

This week, we began offering you the option of selecting lean turkey burgers for all your burger creations!

We are the first in the area to offer convenience store customers turkey burgers! All 68 of our locations will be serving turkey burgers. Turkey burgers have been added to our extensive customizable menu in addition to 100% Angus beef and black bean burgers. Turkey burgers will be available for all burger options, including our famous Route 30 Burgers and Ultimate Burgers.

“A healthier burger option has been requested by multiple customers who still crave a meat burger, but want a leaner option. At Rutter’s, we try to give our customers as many different options as possible to create their own breakfast, lunch, or dinner masterpiece. Turkey burgers are now one of those great customizable options,” said Ryan Krebs, Director of Food Service.

Funnel Cake Fry Ultimate Burger or Ultimate Chicken Sandwich…Are You Up For It?

For our adventurous eaters out there, we have a new one for you! Introducing our new Funnel Cake Fry Ultimate Burger or Ultimate Chicken Sandwich. This new creation marries our classic 1/3 pound Ultimate Burger or Chicken Sandwich with our wildly popular Funnel Cake Fries.  We may be a little crazy for this creation but you will have to try it for yourself!

It’s Time to Guac n Roll

It’s Time to Guac-n-Roll!

Even though it’s the middle of winter, guacamole is good any time of year! Rutter’s is happy to announce that guacamole has made its debut to our stores. Now you can enjoy guacamole on all of your Rutter’s favorite foods.

Try it on burgers, chicken, sandwiches, tacos, nachos, quesadillas, and much more. Rutter’s gives the option to add 1x, 2x, or even 3x’s the guacamole!!

The guacamole we eat today is delicious, but where did it all start? Who were the first people that took a look at this oblong, dark green, bumpy shell of a fruit (yes it is actually considered a fruit) and thought, “I’m going to eat that today?” We have the Aztec’s to thank for being the courageous taste testers.

Evidence shows that the first avocado trees were cultivated around 750 B.C. but the avocado itself dates back to 7,000 and 5,000 B.C. and is indigenous to south-central Mexico.  The Aztecs were the first to take the avocados and produce a mashed substance that included a mixture of salt, tomatoes, onions, and chili peppers. These are still the staple ingredients used in guacamole today.

So whether you’re in the mood to try something new, or you just can’t quite fill that craving for guacamole in the middle of winter, be sure to stop by Rutter’s and add some guacamole to your meal!

#Rt30BurgerContest Winner Announced

#rt30burgercontest Winner Announced!

Congratulations to Casey Mason the grand prize winner in our #rt30burgercontest!

Casey created the monster burger pictured here from our touch screen order kiosk and collected 645 votes earning him the top spot!

Casey will be awarded with a $500 Rutter’s gift card.

What is a Route 30 Burger?

We combined two classic favorites, the grilled cheese sandwich and our 100% Angus Beef burger to create this mouthwatering masterpiece. The grilled cheese acts as the “bun” of the burger. That’s right, a full grilled cheese on the top and bottom! Inside the “bun” customers will be able to choose from one, two, or three burgers with corresponding amounts of bacon and cheese. And, as in true Rutter’s fashion, a full list of toppings to accompany the burger…or more appropriately burgers. For any number of burgers selected, the same corresponding number of toppings will be added. So if a customer is feeling a little extra hungry and orders the triple burger, then the selected toppings will be added to all three burgers.

Why So Many Options?

Rutter’s is a firm believer that any food item a customer orders should be fully customizable. Who are we to say that you can’t have twelve slices of bacon along with an extra side of pastrami? Furthermore, how would Rutter’s be able to determine how hungry a customer might be? We provide customers with the ability to produce custom orders for any food palate.

Click here for more information on the #rt30burgercontest.

Some of our favorite entries!

Great Article from YDR…Rutter’s Route 30 Burger is “a lot of sandwich,” Manager Says.

Great article from YDR…Rutter’s Route 30 Burger is “a lot of sandwich,” manager says

By Mike Argento

Marc Miller of Dover tries to wrap his mouth around the new "Route 30 Burger" during a visit to the Rutter’s in Chanceford Township,Marc Miller of Dover tries to wrap his mouth around the new “Route 30 Burger” during a visit to the Rutter’s in Chanceford Township, southern York County. The burger was paid for by the York Daily Record and offered to Miller, who managed to take a bite out of the hefty sandwich and proclaimed it “very good.” (Jason Plotkin — York Daily Record/Sunday News)

Marc Miller has an appetite.

The man can eat. One of his co-workers at BC Inc., a building and roofing contractor in Brogue, said he once ate a 36-inch sub at a pizza joint in Bel Air, Md.

He has his name on a lot of restaurant walls, his co-worker, Brock Zerbe, of Dillsburg, said. “He’s an animal.”

Miller said he once ate a two-pound burger at a place in Clearfield County known for its huge burgers. “I did it in about an hour,” he said. “Got my name on the wall.”

On Thursday, he faced his latest gastronomical challenge — Rutter’s Route 30 Burger. A triple-decker.

Other toppings, which are optional, include veggies, of course, and pastrami, beef brisket or corned beef. For non-carnivores, there is an option for a chipotle black bean burger.

Consumers also have the option of ordering the burger with one, two or three patties. A single costs $5.99, a double, $8.49, and the triple, $10.99.

The burger is named for Route 30 in homage to the Rutter family farm, and current corporate headquarters, just a stone’s throw from the historic highway. In York and its suburbs, though, Route 30 doesn’t conjure a lot of happy thoughts, especially among those who have to traverse it and negotiate its heavy, often snarled, traffic on a daily basis.

Nutrition information for the burger — including calories — wasn’t available, and might be hard to calculate anyway. Rutter’s spokeswoman Suzanne Cramer said the multitude of options available for the burger make it hard to measure its caloric content.

For instance, she said, a vegetarian black bean version of the burger with minimal toppings would contain much fewer calories than a full tripler-decker with bacon and pastrami.

She also did note that Rutter’s has a selection of healthy menu options available to those who believe the Route 30 Burger may not be part of a balanced diet.

Still, if you are the kind of person who’s concerned about calories and fat content, you’re not going to be ordering a triple-decker anyway. It’s fair to say that a fully loaded triple-decker Route 30 Burger could cause coronary logjams as wicked as those on Route 30 at 5 p.m. on a Friday.

The "Route 30 Burger" is made up of grilled cheese sandwiches, burger(s), more cheese and bacon, with the option of condiments and other assortedThe “Route 30 Burger” is made up of grilled cheese sandwiches, burger(s), more cheese and bacon, with the option of condiments and other assorted meat. (Jason Plotkin — York Daily Record/Sunday News)

But how is it?

Laura Basso, manager of the Rutter’s Farm Store on Route 74 in Chanceford Township, said, “They’re good.” She added, “It’s a lot of sandwich. I couldn’t even finish a single.”

Miller, 33, from Dover, volunteered to be a test subject for a triple-decker with bacon, lettuce, onion, tomato, pickle and mayo. As a nod to healthy eating, the sandwich was ordered on wheat bread.

When completed, the sandwich was about six inches thick. The woman who made it, Tracy Little, said, “I don’t even know how to wrap it.”

Fortunately, Miller ate it at the store.

Or at least he began eating it at the store.

He took one look at the sandwich and said, “Holy smokes! That’s one hell of a sandwich. How am I supposed to bite that?”

He managed to open his jaw enough to take a bite.

“It’s very good,” he said.

As he worked on it, he and his co-workers had to leave. They were heading up the road to Red Lion, where they had just placed a lunch order at Roma’s Pizza.

Miller said, as he left, “You can cancel mine.”

Click here for the full article.

Are You Up For The Route 30 Burger Challenge?

In 1926 construction began on infamous Route 30. Today, it is the third longest route in the U.S. and only a few blocks away from Rutter’s original family farm, as well as many Rutter’s locations. Here at Rutter’s, we decided to make an over the top burger for such a highly recognized Route.

What is a Route 30 Burger?

We combined two classic favorites, the grilled cheese sandwich and our 100% Angus Beef burger to create this mouthwatering masterpiece. The grilled cheese acts as the “bun” of the burger. That’s right, a full grilled cheese on the top and bottom! Inside the “bun” customers will be able to choose from one, two, or three burgers with corresponding amounts of bacon and cheese. And, as in true Rutter’s fashion, a full list of toppings to accompany the burger…or more appropriately burgers. For any number of burgers selected, the same corresponding number of toppings will be added. So if a customer is feeling a little extra hungry and orders the triple burger, then the selected toppings will be added to all three burgers.

Why So Many Options?

Rutter’s is a firm believer that any food item a customer orders should be fully customizable. Who are we to say that you can’t have twelve slices of bacon along with an extra side of pastrami? Furthermore, how would Rutter’s be able to determine how hungry a customer might be? We provide customers with the ability to produce custom orders for any food palate.

Are You Up for the Route 30 Burger Challenge?

For many people hearing someone say, “There is no way you can eat that WHOLE thing!” gives a little extra motivation to prove the nay-sayers wrong. That is just what this challenge is meant for.  Here is how to enter the #rt30burgercontest and your chance to Win a $500 Rutter’s Gift Card!

SNAP a pic with your Rutter’s burger

POST to your favorite social channel using #rt30burgercontest (entries will be submitted automatically, and must be approved before voting may begin)

VOTE get the most votes on your entry to win! Share contest link http://bit.ly/rt30burger

See Sample Entry Below:

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#rt30burgercontest entry and voting period is 10/1/2015- 10/31/2015 at 8:59pm ET. Voting begins once photo is approved through 10/31/2015.

2/$6 Cheeseburgers at Rutter’s #NationalCheeseburgerDay

Celebrate #NationalCheeseburgerDay With 2 /$6 Cheeseburgers at Rutter’s!

Thursday, September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day. Celebrate #NationalCheeseburgerDay at Rutter’s!

Try one of our  Angus beef burgers, piled high just the way you like with our unlimited selection of toppings all on a fresh baked bun.

And for a limited time get any 2 burgers for just 6 bucks, that’s double the yum!

Scan your Rutter’s Rewards card or enter your Rutter’s VIP information with every cheeseburger purchase and watch your savings add up!

Rutter’s, Why Go Anywhere Else?

Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day!

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Celebrate #NationalCheeseburgerDay at Rutter’s!

Thursday, September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day.

Try one of our  Angus beef burgers, piled high just the way you like with our unlimited selection of toppings all on a fresh baked bun.

And for a limited time earn TRIPLE REWARDS, that’s $.03 per gallon fuel savings.

 Scan your Rutter’s Rewards card with every burger purchase and watch your savings add up!

Rutter’s, Why Go Anywhere Else?
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