It’s a burger that has become something of a hit in the Dominican Republic.
Zavalas meat, cheese, onions, peppers and pickles are among the best in the world, and they’re served on the side of the truck.
It’s one of the best burgers you can eat, and it’s so good that a lot of people in the country have tried it out.
In fact, it’s something of an international phenomenon.
Zava, who works at a McDonald’s in Santiago, says he made the burger himself, adding that he got the idea after seeing his neighbor’s beef burger.
He says he got his first taste of the burger while driving home one night.
“The next day I went back to the truck and saw a bunch of people eating it, so I just thought, ‘I can do it,'” Zava says.
“It was so delicious.”
Zavalla, a 35-year-old with a shaved head and dark brown hair, is one of those people who likes to try new things.
When he opened the burger stand, he knew he wanted to do something different.
“I thought, if I can make something that people like, it’ll give me a little bit of satisfaction,” he says.
Zavera opened his first burger stand in 2006.
Since then, he has sold more than 1,000 burgers and delivered more than 2 million hamburgers around the country.
He also runs a meat company called Zavalia del Palmar, which sells chicken and beef, and his father, Jose Zavalle, is the owner of a restaurant in the city of Monterrey.
But the Zavallas have never tried anything that is made with meat from animals.
They say they were inspired by the meat from the Mexican city of Culiacan, where the meat is usually marinated in chili powder, garlic and onions, which are then cooked and then deep-fried.
Zavias meat is made by mixing ground beef with chicken and then seasoning with salt and pepper, and then it is wrapped in cheese, spices and onions.
He adds salt to taste to make it palatable.
The burgers come in three varieties: beef, chicken and chicken and a vegetable.
The chicken and pork burgers come with two sides of cheese, onion rings, lettuce and tomato, and the chicken and vegetable burgers come topped with a cheese plate and salad.
The meat, the chicken, the vegetables and the salad are served with lettuce and tomatoes.
It all costs $2.99, and customers can also order their own meat, chicken or vegetables at the counter.
“There’s no way in hell I can be doing it right now,” Zavalo says of the food.
“But when I do, I’m sure I’ll get a lot more satisfied.”