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OK Cafe is one of our favorite places to eat. Will try this cheeseburger next visit. Thanks.


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OK Cafe is one of our favorite places to eat. Will try this cheeseburger next visit. Thanks.

I get it almost every time I go. I normally add a side of their squash casserole too. Man, they have the best hamburgers I've ever had. Use organic grass-fed beef. The buns are the same bun that Holman Finch uses here in Atlanta on their famous double cheeseburger that they used to make only 24 of a night starting at 10pm and became a cult classic. They're now on the menu all the time there. I still haven't had one yet. But you can buy the buns yourself from H&F bakery also in Atlanta. They supply about 400 restaurant with buns. The bun really helps make it.

I always leave the tomato and lettuce off, and just put on the fried pickles and onion, and mayo on the bun, and ask for jalapeños on it. My buddy always get the rocket burger. A regular cheeseburger with jalapeños and pepper jack cheese. Be sure to report back when you get it. And pics.

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I live in Canton, GA and will try that next time I'm there. We go about once a month. Thanks for the suggestion, looks great.



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I get it almost every time I go. I normally add a side of their squash casserole too. Man, they have the best hamburgers I've ever had. Use organic grass-fed beef. The buns are the same bun that Holman Finch uses here in Atlanta on their famous double cheeseburger that they used to make only 24 of a night starting at 10pm and became a cult classic. They're now on the menu all the time there. I still haven't had one yet. But you can buy the buns yourself from H&F bakery also in Atlanta. They supply about 400 restaurant with buns. The bun really helps make it.

I always leave the tomato and lettuce off, and just put on the fried pickles and onion, and mayo on the bun, and ask for jalapeños on it. My buddy always get the rocket burger. A regular cheeseburger with jalapeños and pepper jack cheese. Be sure to report back when you get it. And pics.


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Clove and Hoof in Oakland is probably the best burger I have ever had. I'm conflicted about sharing this as I want them to stay in business and still be able to drop in whenever. It's expensive, your order will be wrong, and it will take kind of a long time, but you won't care. You will eat too much, and you will know you are eating to much, but it will seem to not really matter. Get the fries too.


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Clove and Hoof in Oakland is probably the best burger I have ever had. I'm conflicted about sharing this as I want them to stay in business and still be able to drop in whenever. It's expensive, your order will be wrong, and it will take kind of a long time, but you won't care. You will eat too much, and you will know you are eating to much, but it will seem to not really matter. Get the fries too.


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That does look like a mighty fine burger. From the home page of their site:


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Big Mac Creator Jim Delligatti Dies At 98 | The Huffington Post

At 98! so Morgan Spurlock ta da ta ta taaaa, your full of it

Live long and burger.

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@TheShrike, @Itchymoku: stopped by McNally's Tavern in Chestnut Hill today and sampled the Schmitter
McNally's

we will need to definitely meet here sometime!


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@TheShrike, @Itchymoku: stopped by McNally's Tavern in Chestnut Hill today and sampled the Schmitter
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we will need to definitely meet here sometime!


You went!? How was it???

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@TheShrike, @Itchymoku: stopped by McNally's Tavern in Chestnut Hill today and sampled the Schmitter
McNally's

we will need to definitely meet here sometime!



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You went!? How was it???

I gotta get to the east coast.

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You went!? How was it???

Yep. It was all that and more! seriously, a tasty sandwich..nothing crazy but good. We had some homemade mushroom soup and homemade cake for desert...all good..the ambiance sealed the deal: a small pub (no windows, just a door with a small sign off the main street, that you might miss if you weren't looking), friendly staff, good beer, dimly lit, and tasty food. I'll be back..

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@TheShrike, @Itchymoku: stopped by McNally's Tavern in Chestnut Hill today and sampled the Schmitter
McNally's

we will need to definitely meet here sometime!


Nice.

Is that sour dough bread?

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Nice.

Is that sour dough bread?

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no, a Kaiser roll.

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Not traditional barbeque, but it's -22C so outdoors is not an option and these are damn tasty.




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last evening I had dinner with my brother-in-law at a local Argentinian steak restaurant. No Carbs in sight beyond the un touched bread basket, just meat.
Blood sausage, Chorizo, and skirt steak for starters then a 500g rib eye for the main event. If you find yourself near Stuttgart, it's worth a stop. Steakhaus Ratskeller: Homepage



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Merry Christmas fellas. London broil on the grill, tenderize the meat, then marinate for 24 hrs. Grill for 4 mins per side 8 mins total.

Serving with onion rings, potato salad, and beans made with deer meat.







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You forgot to give your address!

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Merry Christmas fellas. London broil on the grill, tenderize the meat, then marinate for 24 hrs. Grill for 4 mins per side 8 mins total.

Serving with onion rings, potato salad, and beans made with deer meat.


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About a 10lb bone-in pork but that I cooked for Christmas Eve. 225 degrees for about 12 hours in the oven. Store bought rub from Fox Bros BBQ that is a local BBQ joint in Atlanta here. It had no brown sugar in it so mixed it about 1:1 with brown sugar. Really good.



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Maybe its time to live the dream and open my own place, this place is still available. If you can find a greasier pork sandwich, your in Mexico! sorry, Colombia!


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Homemade jap and cheese burger



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My guess would be Jalepeno?

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Makes sense I guess judging from picture


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Well it looks great regardless


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Japanese burger.

I would think it would be jalapeños.

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I do love the onion roll. I used to get grass fed sirloin at "Whole Paycheck" and add only Boursin French cheese (semi soft) cheese. Incredible on that onion roll


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Japanese burgers are hot also.

Japanese Burgers With Wasabi Ketchup Recipe - NYT Cooking

Spicy.

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Oh yeah.

I see you are in Austin. Every been to Franklin's? Is the brisket as good as they say?

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Oh yeah.

I see you are in Austin. Every been to Franklin's? Is the brisket as good as they say?

First time yes, second time no. It is one of those places that you have to try. But waiting 3 hours isn't worth it the second time. Plus there are tons of hole in the wall joints across Texas that are amazing.

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First time yes, second time no. It is one of those places that you have to try. But waiting 3 hours isn't worth it the second time. Plus there are tons of hole in the wall joints across Texas that are amazing.

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Yup.

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Plain hamburger: no frills, no veggies, no carbs, 100% beefy goodness @TheShrike .

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Plain hamburger: no frills, no veggies, no carbs, 100% beefy goodness @TheShrike .

Looks great John! Nice deep brown crust too. Gotta love that Maillard reaction!

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Sunday lunch: broiled ribeye. (green salad and pasta don't get to share the limelight! )

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Holy mackerel!

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Wow. That is just beautiful @Itchymoku



I want to go to the https://www.heartattackgrill.com/ The 2nd video is quite compelling..

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Holy mackerel!

Crap, is there a fish in there, too??
(now this fat boy's hungry)

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The way you have that positioned makes it look like a hamburger fungus growing on the side of a tree. lol.

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Ate two of these for breakfast today, compliments to https://freddysusa.com:443/menu/




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Ate two of these for breakfast today, compliments to https://freddysusa.com:443/menu/




The only thing I could think of to make it better is if the bun was really a glazed donut that had been partially seared in butter.

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I've just eaten dinner and Im hungry looking at that

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Veggie friend dragged me to Medellin's "best" vegan restaurant Verdeo today.

I thought here goes another boring veggie burger (with amazing lemon/lime & rosemary coated yellow potatoes and cloud fluffy pesto..) and a tiny malnourished vegan tiger goes for my spuds. You might survive as a vegan but you won't grow big and strong.



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Veggie friend dragged me to Medellin's "best" vegan restaurant Verdeo today.

I thought here goes another boring veggie burger (with amazing lemon & rosemary coated yellow potatoes and cloud fluffy pesto..) and a tiny malnourished vegan tiger goes for my spuds. You might survive as a vegan but you won't grow big and strong.

That tiger looks just about as dazed and confused as I was the last time I tried going vegan.

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You might survive as a vegan but you won't grow big and strong.....

@Rory that's what I used to think to until I read about Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady, who is a Vegan...

Tom Brady, QB for the New England Patriots at NFL.com

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@Rory that's what I used to think to until I read about Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady, who is a Vegan...

I think he might be cheating a little bit

From the Forbes:
"Allen Campbell is his personal chef. As Hilary Sargent for Boston.com describes, Campbell became "obsessed" with plant-based diets and then met Brady and his wife Gisele Bundchen. So what does Brady eat, besides opposing defenses? Here's what Campbell told Sargent:

"80% of what they eat is vegetables... If it’s not organic, I don’t use it."
"And whole grains: brown rice, quinoa, millet, beans."
"The other 20% is lean meats: grass-fed organic steak, duck every now and then, and chicken. As for fish, I mostly cook wild salmon.""

I was veggieish for about 18 months back in the later 90s due to a girlfriend situation but even though I had eggs fairly regularly I felt like I was dying half the time. I just had to quit when I got into triathlons, the fillet steak was essential. Some are suited some not so much.

Brady's diet balance looks very good to me though.

We had pan fried corn-fed chicken, potatoes & carrots roasted until crunchy with a lot of veggies last weekend. The secret ingredient is Bisto beef gravy which a friend brought me from London. Gravy is almost as important as burgers to me

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Vegan cheese is an oxymoron.

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Make that tree trunk slice/plate underneath a huge steak and you have my attention!

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ill have that.....and a diet coke

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Healthy except for the bread because we all know that carbs kill.

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Now that's a steak!

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Now that's a steak!

I want one right now. I love that wheel, I'd feel like a captain.

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I ate in McDonalds two hours ago, I feel awful. Depressed, tired but can't relax.. bleah.


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I ate in McDonalds two hours ago, I feel awful. Depressed, tired but can't relax.. bleah.

@Rory....don't eat at McDonalds. LOL!

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@Rory....don't eat at McDonalds. LOL!

Roger that Devil Man. Wow, I need a MacProzac, McDonalds (and BK but not as much) steam cook beef before grilling. Whatever the chemical/enzyme reaction it is like stewed steak, it totals my serotonin for hours.

I really should know better but I figured if I added a lot more jalapenos this time.. fail.. A friend in Wellington New Zealand was the genuine original creator of the "McShit" logo design (some time before 2001).

McDonalds, this is how you make a happy meal (chuck and cheek not 100+ cow DNA patties): https://video.foxnews.com/v/4328330364001/

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My old instructor the master sergeant came around on memorial day to make us a very special treat he brought all the way from France where he was visiting.

Good thing I bought a genuine French Alsace pinot blanc to go with it.

Classy...or one of us was anyway We were chatting about my love of being a amateur fry cook and he mentioned this song:



It has been a cheesy day.

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The quest to find stuff to do since I switched to mostly swing trading continues.

Today I've slow cooked some pork for 5 hours using two burner rings stacked to get it at 71C/160F. Marinaded with salt then dark rum and ginger ale, re-concentrating the juices with a little water and basting which has stopped it becoming too dry.

I'll cut it, use a rolling pin to crush and enlarge it, the meat grain should just collapse. Add an apple sauce and some herbs, pine nuts and salad maybe and I got some fantastic buns yesterday.


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Tried to relax and distract myself from thinking about trading today with beer and pork...





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Tried to relax and distract myself from thinking about trading today with beer and pork...

Are you using a slow 'n sear on your kettle for the bbq? I'm thinking about geting one for my Weber

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Are you using a slow 'n sear on your kettle for the bbq? I'm thinking about geting one for my Weber

Yes, I've got the slow 'n sear plus. Works as advertised and makes things easier, I would definitely recommend it.

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Yes, I've got the slow 'n sear plus. Works as advertised and makes things easier, I would definitely recommend it.

Really glad to hear that. I had to hand off my Rec Tec pellet smoker to a friend due to a move and was looking into some alternative methods for the Weber. Hoping to eventually get a Yoder YS640 when I have the room again. Glad to hear the slow 'n sear is all it's cracked up to be. What are you using for probes with your Weber and slow 'n sear? Fantastic looking butt by the way. Is that a mustard based sauce you're using on your pork? Love it!

Bark on that butt looks fantastic!

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Really glad to hear that. I had to hand off my Rec Tec pellet smoker to a friend due to a move and was looking into some alternative methods for the Weber. Hoping to eventually get a Yoder YS640 when I have the room again. Glad to hear the slow 'n sear is all it's cracked up to be. What are you using for probes with your Weber and slow 'n sear? Fantastic looking butt by the way. Is that a mustard based sauce you're using on your pork? Love it!

Bark on that butt looks fantastic!

Thanks, it turned out really well and that was some of the best bark I've had on a butt. I've got the ThermoWorks Smoke, it has a 300 foot range on it and I believe they're working on a gateway add-on with WiFi so you can connect it to an app on your phone and get unlimited range.

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hmmmmm...steaks... ribs...

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the hamburger with chickpea cutlet for vegetarians ... this is the best burger I've tried

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did a little grilling this afternoon: italian sausage, london broil, ribeye, and a new york strip steak... not to mention mac and cheese and squash.

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did a little grilling this afternoon: italian sausage, london broil, ribeye, and a new york strip steak... not to mention mac and cheese and squash.

Nice!

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Regional burger styles

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I'm going to try that. Squash the patty real thin and deep fry with some cheese at the end. Add gherkin and fried onion. I'll probably use 2 or 3 patties though because too much bread and not enough meat is no good.

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Forgot about this thread!

Below are some of my meals from my Oregon trip last November.


Sirloin steak at Barlow Trail Roadhouse in Welches OR


Largest chicken fried steak I have ever had at Calamity Janes in Sandy OR


Ribs I smoked


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Shoot, I always get so hungry when I look at pictures of food but well who doesn't... I came here because I wanted to do a homemade burger and get some inspiration

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Reverse sear this beauty last night

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Had a couple of great ribeye steaks on the camping trip. No pics though, it was too dark and I had a few brewskis

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So you Futures traders have resorted to flipping burgers eh? More money for you? Just kidding...

In & Burger is the best Burger
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Chicken fried steak, bacon, onion rings with BBQ sauce... I cut into quarters and ate one rest had to go home with me lol

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I've done a rib roast on my pellet smoker. It was delightful.

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A piece of pork shoulder marinaded and roasted in oven. Crispy skin


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Ok, there’s a sausage under those fried onions smoothed with hot curry sauce. French fried potatoes keeping it company. Beer to wash it down!


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Western burger with onion rings and bacon at Stephanie's International Cafe in Sandy, OR.

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Nice Terry, I like how those fries have a nice fat sheen!


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They were good. I love those thick cut fries like that.

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Pulled pork, smoked sausage, queso, BBQ sauce, and jalapenos. Excellent sandwich from a food cart here in Sandy.

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