posted on Aug, 27 2009 @ 09:08 PM
I want one...I must have one...now! ... uh, unless the secret ingredient is
...then I'll have two!
dg, I agree with other posters. Do not attempt to sell your recipe to anyone...not even a fast food chain.
Since recipes are not copyrighted, DO NOT divulge the recipe to anyone ...seriously. Keeping the recipe a secret is what the businesses do. Secret.
Not copyrighted, but secret.
There is a small burger joint where I live that serves a great old fashioned type hamburger. They've been in business years, suffering no competition
from all the chains that have gone up. So, I, like others here, advise you to start your own business. If your burger is as good as you say, you'll
Here's a thought, if you can't get capital right away to open a restaurant. Cater from your home? Sell from a cart? A catering truck? Cook and serve
at farmers markets? There was another town, where the mother made her homemade tamales and sold them to the locals. They like them so much, that they
all said to open a restaurant...she did, and the business proved successful.
If you do decide to take a partner (or work alone), even a family member, get the services of a lawyer who has knowledge in business law. This is done
for advice and to protect YOUR interests.
Keep the recipe secret. Let your passion take you away. Enjoy.