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Burgers at home #7496849 04/25/19 09:00 PM
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Thursday's dinner is always cheeseburgers at home. I use a quarter pound patty, on the grill, topped with pepper jack cheese, with a side of hash brown patty, browned in hot oil. I use the leftover hot oil to brown my buns. I'm a mustard, pickle, and onion man myself, unless my home grown tomatoes are in. It saves me planning another dinner every week.

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Yes. 75/25 venison bacon burgers. Used to be 3/4lb patties but I've cut down to 1/2 lb patties seasoned the way I like them. Xtra mustard with grilled onions & jalapenos/lettuce & tomato/Miracle Whip/double Pepper Jack Cheese melted on. Texas Sized buns or Texas Toast buttered & toasted on both sides on the grill. Side of japs & sweet potato fries. Fill in the cracks with some Blue Bell Buttered Pecan. Lights out...

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I like making caramelized onions, Gouda cheese and some sliced avocado.


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1/2 lb 80/20 or 75/25 with salt and pepper then lightly packed. Cooked over charcoal base with mesquite wood for smoke cooked almost medium (light pink/red), melt sharp Cheddar or Pepper Jack cheese while on fire while toasting buns. Then mustard, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and Jalapenos and some Lays Potato chips and Ranch Style Beans with a cold glass of milk food

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You guys put mustard on burgers?


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Originally Posted by snake oil
You guys put mustard on burgers?



Extra mustard. Just had one actually.

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Originally Posted by snake oil
You guys put mustard on burgers?


Yes sir up Oh no don't tell me you kill it with Mayo ?


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Originally Posted by snake oil
You guys put mustard on burgers?



Of course.


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Originally Posted by Stub
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You guys put mustard on burgers?


Yes sir up Oh no don't tell me you kill it with Mayo ?



Yes I do and plenty of it. I always thought mustard was for pork ie. corny dogs, hot dogs, rubens, ham, etc.


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You guys put mustard on burgers?


Yes sir up Oh no don't tell me you kill it with Mayo ?



Yes I do and plenty of it. I always thought mustard was for pork ie. corny dogs, hot dogs, rubens, ham, etc.



Yep Mustard is good on all of those, usually I use Mayo on Ham Sammiches


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Tuesday is our hamburger day because it is half priced cheeseburgers at Sonic, we pick them up then have a picnic in the park.


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Originally Posted by dogcatcher
Tuesday is our hamburger day because it is half priced cheeseburgers at Sonic, we pick them up then have a picnic in the park.


DC that sounds like a very enjoyable meal up


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yep, usually 1/2+ lb 80/20 formed to about 3/4 inch thick, lightly packed with black pepper, smoked for 30 minutes then moved to directly over the coals to bring to medium in center. Swiss cheese and sauteed onions on a Texas size bun with mustard on one side, ketchup on the other, heavily dusted with black pepper and sliced jalapenos.

this same method using breakfast sausage or Italian sausage takes burgers to a whole new level for me.


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