I’ve mentioned Haloburger to a lot of people. They just look at me funny and ask, “A what??” It’s a Haloburger, people! This (yes, look at the picture!) is what it looks like. A quarter-pound of ground beef from Otto W. Liebold in Flint, flattened into a burger, cooked on a seasoned grill, and served on a particular bun from Aunt Millie’s bakery. (I worked at the Grand Blanc location from 1980 – 1981, so I know of what I speak.) I like mine as deluxe, with Hellman’s mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato, a handful of chopped green olives with pimiento, and sliced cheese … with a side of onion rings, and one of the chain’s Vernor’s Cream Ales. The chain is primarily in the Flint area, but for dinner last night and lunch today I ate at the Birch Run restaurant where I took this photo. Yes, absolutely, if you’re in the Flint area you have to try one. Otherwise, yer nuts!