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That looks so good. Oh man.

If I still lived in town, I'd go down to Westport Flea Market. Best freakin burger ever. But I live 'burbs and my car in the shop.

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Well now I am into burgers again thanks to this thread.
Homemade style! spinach, onions, tomatoes, 1/2lb patty on small bun
Medium Rare ? Damn straight- I think my apartment is now the only place in town that allows medium rare burgers

That's one fine looking burger you have there.

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since its friday I fried a burger for lunch. used ground pork since that's what I had in the fridge...again no bun.
melted cheese and fried onions top it off. seasoned with salt and pepper. good eating!


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since its friday I fried a burger for lunch. used ground pork since that's what I had in the fridge...again no bun.
melted cheese and fried onions top it off. seasoned with salt and pepper. good eating!


Doing low carb?

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no. just don't have any buns in the house.

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no. just don't have any buns in the house.


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To me the Patty Melt is the best hamburger there is...



Bacon, japs, and onions... And onion rings...

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To me the Patty Melt is the best hamburger there is...



Bacon, japs, and onions... And onion rings...

Do you put a few onion rings on the burger itself, or am I the only one?

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Do you put a few onion rings on the burger itself, or am I the only one?

Not an onion ring itself. But upon occasion I put in some crunchy jalapeno chips.

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Do you put a few onion rings on the burger itself, or am I the only one?

No the onion and japs are just grilled. I do like a good onion ring on a burger from time to time.

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https://www.yahoo.com/health/your-body-on-a-fast-food-burger-116578944162.html

Terry, I know you read yahoo a lot too. I feel it's kind of redundant posting yahoo articles, but I figure hey why not? he, or others, might have missed it.

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New arby's sandwich (limited time offer)


Smoked Turkey Breast
Smoked Cheddar Cheese
Crispy Onion Strings
White BBQ Sauce
Star Cut Bun

Yeah buddy

Our smoked turkey isn't "smoke flavored." It's smoke infused. We smoke it for eight hours over mesquite wood in a smokehouse in Texas. Then we put it on an artisan style roll and top it with smoked cheddar, crispy onions and white BBQ sauce to make our Smokehouse Turkey sandwich. If you've never had smoked turkey before, this is the best place to start.​

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New hamburger is topped with a hot dog and thick potato chips

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As long as the dogs are Kosher.

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I wonder what Zondor thinks of this one

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Yeah that's what I'm talking about!! Beautiful! Going to get some grub on that note...MMMMMMMM

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as always, after reading this thread I get hungry and crave a burger so here is a cheese burger hiding under a pair of eggs for dinner...delicious! oh, also no bun in the house again!

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Made a burger for lunch. Some pork belly blanketing the cheese burger and a roll. There are potatoes and salad on the side. I like heat so slathered some homemade Habanero sauce on top. No sure about the beef-fat ratio, its just the ground beef the butcher sells.

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Made a burger for lunch. Some pork belly blanketing the cheese burger and a roll. There are potatoes and salad on the side. I like heat so slathered some homemade Habanero sauce on top. No sure about the beef-fat ratio, its just the ground beef the butcher sells.
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Everything looks good, only problem is if you're going to eat pork belly you might as well ditch the whole grain bun lol

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Everything looks good, only problem is if you're going to eat pork belly you might as well ditch the whole grain bun lol

well, to cancel out any benefit of the whole grains I smeared some butter on the bun!

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This lava stone cooks the perfect steak every time - Business Insider

Just ordered one @Itchymoku.

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What happens when the juices run off, is there a grate that catches the juices and funnels it back through a tube that then sprays it back on the meat like a fine mist that can also be used as a cologne, inhalant, or even possibly harnessed into a liquid that could then be made into a soup or carbonated into soft drink? Maybe it's even possible to continuously burn the juices till it becomes a condensed solid wax for a candle to give to people for xmas presents. I'm trying to see all the potential business angles on this puppy. The average person sees a slab of stone, I see endless possibilities.

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What happens when the juices run off, is there a grate that catches the juices and funnels it back through a tube that then sprays it back on the meat like a fine mist that can also be used as a cologne, inhalant, or even possibly harnessed into a liquid that could then be made into a soup or carbonated into soft drink? Maybe it's even possible to continuously burn the juices till it becomes a condensed solid wax for a candle to give to people for xmas presents. I'm trying to see all the potential business angles on this puppy. The average person sees a slab of stone, I see endless possibilities.

Itchy, I think BK has beaten you to the cologne idea...but the market might be big enough for a Steak Cologne?
Smell like a Whopper: Burger King will sell cologne in Japan

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Itchy, I think BK has beaten you to the cologne idea...but the market might be big enough for a Steak Cologne?
Smell like a Whopper: Burger King will sell cologne in Japan

and some recipes for the beef juice cocktails:
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I want to make one that's called the beefeater

Chicken Bouillon, celery salt, Lemon Juice, Pepper, ginger root, beef eater gin, and ginger ale with a single beef rib bone as a cocktail straw.

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I want to make one that's called the beefeater

Chicken Bouillon, celery salt, Lemon Juice, Pepper, ginger root, beef eater gin, and ginger ale with a single beef rib bone as a cocktail straw.

Is that a marinade?

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Is that a marinade?

You're really good at solving puzzles

But technically it doubles as a drink for the brave

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You're really good at solving puzzles

But technically it doubles as a drink for the brave

It just sounded a lot like the brine I used on my chicken! lol

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Not a burger, but it is grilled...

Soaked in a brine for 12 hrs and then smoked for 2.


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grilled beef shoulder...no hamburger Terry, but it IS grilled!


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..awesome interactive site: Weber - BBQ Cultures


The website enhances the TVC, bolstering each barbecue culture with facts, tips, and dishes specific to each of the five featured regions. By showcasing the cultural diversity of barbecuing, Weber aims to educate food enthusiasts and grillers alike about the intricacies of the barbecue beyond the bread and butter of the basic burger. Visitors can learn about a range of local cooking techniques, from recipes of the shores of Sicily to the filleting techniques used in the Nordics.

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no breakfast beer?


As this thread progresses I think we've all been educated on how to grill the perfect burger, so lets take this time to learn how to eat these perfectly grilled burgers we covet so much ....




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dinner tonight: beef ribs, one of my favorites! just seasoned with salt, pepper, cayenne plus some pecan smoke.



...and grilled cheese for my better half!

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dinner tonight: beef ribs, one of my favorites! just seasoned with salt, pepper, cayenne plus some pecan smoke.

...and grilled cheese for my better half!

Makes me hungry just looking at it

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I just cooked a frozen bison burger and it was the best burger I've ever had hands down. No idea how it happened considering I've eaten many burgers all over the place but it did. I'm contemplating cooking another one.

The burger was very rare inside and cooked well on the outside. I'm slightly concerned I might have eaten raw bison but it was so incredibly good that I didn't care.

I'm having a hard time explaining the taste of the meat. Honestly I thought before I cooked it that it would taste slightly gamey, but it turned out to taste like the best beef ever.

This burger has changed my life. I have absolutely no desire to be a vegetarian anymore. I will eat this all the time from now on.

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Wow such a beautiful beast. So much more mystique than a cow. Native Americans knew what was good.

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I'm just sitting here dumbfounded eating my second bison burger. This is like one of those rare occurrences where I try something new and ask myself where has this been my whole life. I've had bison burgers before a couple of times and remember them being good, but this is extraordinary. It tastes better than any fine cut steak I've had or any food in general for that matter. This is the best food I've ever had point blank. I want to cook another hamburger just to experience this again, but I don't want to overeat. I ask myself how a burger can taste so good. How often can you say you just ate the best food you've ever had in your ENTIRE life? Alright, I don't want to keep ranting, but goddamn this was good. Ditch the ribs, it's full on bison baby!

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I'm just sitting here dumbfounded eating my second bison burger. This is like one of those rare occurrences where I try something new and ask myself where has this been my whole life. I've had bison burgers before a couple of times and remember them being good, but this is extraordinary. It tastes better than any fine cut steak I've had or any food in general for that matter. This is the best food I've ever had point blank. I want to cook another hamburger just to experience this again, but I don't want to overeat. I ask myself how a burger can taste so good. How often can you say you just ate the best food you've ever had in your ENTIRE life? Alright, I don't want to keep ranting, but goddamn this was good. Ditch the ribs, it's full on bison baby!

sounds like a life changing experience BUT really ditch the ribs??? you can't go 100% bison...variety is the spice of life!

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sounds like a life changing experience BUT really ditch the ribs??? you can't go 100% bison...variety is the spice of life!


I was thinking maybe add some ground bacon into the bison meat since it's so lean, but the bison has a complete flavor profile all by itself. I didn't mind how lean it was at all. I'd be interested to try adding some bacon to the mix to bring it down from 90% to 80% lean to see if by some godly possibility it could taste even better.

Actually now that I remember correctly, I might have eaten an elk burger in Portland, not a bison. Anyways, I've come to the conclusion that these less domesticated animal taste better. So that leads me to my next question.

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I was thinking maybe add some ground bacon into the bison meat since it's so lean, but the bison has a complete flavor profile all by itself. I didn't mind how lean it was at all. I'd be interested to try adding some bacon to the mix to bring it down from 90% to 80% lean to see if by some godly possibility it could taste even better. I'm not sure how rib meat would taste inside a burger, but I assume good.

Actually now that I remember correctly, I might have eaten an elk burger in Portland, not a bison. Anyhow, I've come to the conclusion that these less domesticated animal taste better. So that leads me to my next question.

Has anyone had any wild boar ribs?

when I'm state-side I'll give bison another try...I've haven't had it in many years but I remember it being not bad.

wild boar ribs? no ribs but I've had wild boar thigh meat (schweinhaxen) and roast...not too impressed with the strong game flavor and dryness..perhaps it was only the preparation but I steer clear of it and prefer the domesticated sort!

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when I'm state-side I'll give bison another try...I've haven't had it in many years but I remember it being not bad.

wild boar ribs? no ribs but I've had wild boar thigh meat (schweinhaxen) and roast...not too impressed with the strong game flavor and dryness..perhaps it was only the preparation but I steer clear of it and prefer the domesticated sort!

Yeah, now that I'm reading about it the feral hogs aren't that great primarily because of what they eat in the wild. It's a hit or miss.

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Maybe what I'm thinking about is free-range pig ribs. They got to taste better considering the pigs are less stressed and have a stable food supply.


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Yeah, now that I'm reading about it the feral hogs aren't that great primarily because of what they eat in the wild. It's a hit or miss.

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Maybe what I'm thinking about is free-range pig ribs. They got to taste better considering the pigs are less stressed and have a stable food supply.


Feral hogs are a big problem here in Texas so they are free game to hunt all year round. Got a few a couple of years ago and they were amazing. Ribs, bacon, etc just awesome flavor.

BTW I love bison burgers.

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I'm about to cook two more bison burgers today to celebrate my birthday. Well, I'd cook them anyway birthday or not, but I figure it's more the reason. Maybe I'll cook a bison burger everyday for the rest of my life and live to 110 like that woman who claims miller lite is the key to her longevity.

Lately I've been adopting a philosophy about truly listening to myself and doing what I want. Some may think this leads to indulgence, but I think if we listen hard enough the inner being inside ourselves it will tell us to put more vegetables on our hamburgers and make healthy choices. If you're thirsty drink, if you need to go to the bathroom go. Are you tired? sleep. For me this builds discipline for impulse control unlike previous attempts. If I feel I shouldn't take the trade, I listen and don't take the trade. I guess you could pose the argument it works both ways, but for me it's working the better of the two because I'm more in-tune with my gut feelings. It's better to flow with the grain than against it. Did I mention my gut loves me more too because bison is the best?

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Now that's a burger.

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@Itchymoku I went to Portland at the right time. Last week was Burger Week. $5 burgers at multiple restaurants across the city. Blogtown, PDX | Burger Week | Portland Mercury

Unfortunately I didn't think to get photos. But there was some good eats...

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had the Spotted Pig burger back in 2007. a really tasty burger!

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Shake Shack in Atlanta. One of the best cheeseburgers I've had. Got it without lettuce, tomato, etc. Wanted to taste the meat.




Single bacon burger no cheese.


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Ribs for Ribonacci are done. Will make dish tomorrow.





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Sorry itchy, didn't get photo of counting pasta.







Meat: Ribs. 3 Ribs cut into 34 Pieces, smoked at 233 degrees for 2 hours.

Pasta: Spaghetti, 377 pieces. Cooked for 21 mins.

Sauce: Alfredo w/ Beer Cheese. 1 Jar of Alfredo sauce, mixed with 2 cups of beer cheese left over from the brats yesterday.

Odds: 3 cloves of Garlic. 1 in pan with ribs and 2 into sauce. 13 Peppercorns, 8 teaspoons of salt, 5 teaspoons of oregano, 3 teaspoons of basil, 2 table spoons of Worchestershire Sauce used w/ meat, and 1 teaspoon of black pepper.

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Beer cheese was a hit, so I did it again. This time actually grilled some angus burgers as well...










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Who is brave enough to try this new burger that has been released at burger king,

behold the black burger



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Who is brave enough to try this new burger that has been released at burger king,

behold the black burger



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You know where that burger is from?

I can't remember where I found it on the internet and I can't tell if the bun is a glazed donut or not but i'd eat it either way. Honestly I want it to be a donut.

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I can't remember where I found it on the internet and I can't tell if the bun is a glazed donut or not but i'd eat it either way. Honestly I want it to be a donut.

It does, it also looks like a sausage patty.

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I can't remember where I found it on the internet and I can't tell if the bun is a glazed donut or not but i'd eat it either way. Honestly I want it to be a donut.

Ah, you're right. I see it now. And a fried egg and it must be sausage like tturner said.

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I grew up in the South Bronx, this is my idea of the perfect burger:
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I've had a few White Castle burgers when I worked in NYC. I think they have the perfect ratio of bread/grease/meat/cheese/onion that somehow makes them greater than the sum of their parts.

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I grew up in the South Bronx, this is my idea of the perfect burger:
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In the south our equivalent is Krystal. Loved those things all my life. And I LOVE the soggy side. If it doesn't have a soggy side it isn't cooked right.

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Looks like a not totally ripe tomato.

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Looks like a not totally ripe tomato.

Yep, unripen tomato. You say tomato I say tomato.

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You can't cook a Texas size steak on a New York size grill...

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You can't cook a Texas size steak on a New York size grill...

toooofunnnny!

I guess cutting this size steak to fit is sacrilegious? LOL

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toooofunnnny!

I guess cutting this size steak to fit is sacrilegious? LOL

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Mismanaging your meat is as bad as spilling a beer or alcohol.

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That makes my stomach churn.

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I'm assuming everyone saw the article this morning from the World Health Org saying processed meats cause cancer.

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I'm assuming everyone saw the article this morning from the World Health Org saying processed meats cause cancer.

World Health Organization: Processed Meats Cause Cancer

If bacon is wrong, I don't want to be right.

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SHUT UP ZONDOR!!!!

J/k yeah I read it... I agree on the bacon part... I will not stop eating bacon, life is too short.

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