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Old 07-22-2009, 05:25 PM #22
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I think I would rather have no cheese than one with Kraft singles...

Waiting for my charcoal to heat up now... put fresh garlic, onions, cracked pepper, pther pepper with smoke flavor, powdered garlic, cayenne, and rosemary in them... should be tasty... using white vermont cheddar which is rare here on the west coast, its usually the yellow kind which I'm not used to, being from new england.
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Old 07-22-2009, 05:42 PM #23
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Ya, Kraft singles are disgusting. I don't want those on my burgers.
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Old 07-22-2009, 09:12 PM #24
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Old 07-23-2009, 01:44 AM #25
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Light seasoning + good meat + good pepperjack + sourdough bun = good burger.*


*can add mayo, bacon, and katchup for taste.
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Old 07-23-2009, 02:45 PM #26
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They were delicious, I woke up to one I didn't eat (since i had almost a pound to use up I made three burgers for one person...) still sitting on the plate, was tempting to eat it even though it sat out so long lol...

Also is sirloin (ground) good for burgers? Everyone is saying chuck is best, but isn't sirloin a better cut when it comes to steaks? Could be mistaken. But if so, wouldn't that make for better burgers too?
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Old 07-23-2009, 05:33 PM #27
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They were delicious, I woke up to one I didn't eat (since i had almost a pound to use up I made three burgers for one person...) still sitting on the plate, was tempting to eat it even though it sat out so long lol...

Also is sirloin (ground) good for burgers? Everyone is saying chuck is best, but isn't sirloin a better cut when it comes to steaks? Could be mistaken. But if so, wouldn't that make for better burgers too?
Technically it's a better meat, but it has less "flavor" for grilling due to the decreased percentage of fat over than let's say 85% lean.

i always use 85% lean cuz it's got the best flavor to fat loss/burger shrinkage ratio.
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Old 07-25-2009, 05:25 PM #28
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Frosted Mini Wheats?! Are you serious? If you are, how good is it?
Serious like a heart attack. And you'd be surprised how well it works. When the burgers are finished, you won't even taste the cereal, just like you won't taste bread crumbs if you use them as a binder. What you will taste, is this hint of sweetness in the background. Not overpowering at all, if you don't use too much.

I've learned a lot of neat little tricks like this over the years. When you're feeding a family of four on a family of one budget, you learn to use what's in the pantry, and it just happens that sometimes you find something that actually tastes good.
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Old 08-02-2009, 02:14 PM #29
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just made a "greek" burger.

take 2 thin patties and stuff with chopped olives, crumbled feta cheese, and caramelized shallots and garlic. sprinkle the outside with salt and pepper and throw on the grill until medium. put on toasted wheat buns and top the burger with a piece of lettuce, sliced tomato, and a dollop of tzatziki sauce.
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Old 08-03-2009, 02:02 AM #30
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I tried some new cheese the other day as recommended by the deli guy, I hadn't heard of it, but I'm glad I found it, its called Havarti... generally found as creamy havarti it would seem. I put some on a few different burgers and it fit really well! I would recommend giving it a go!
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Old 08-19-2009, 05:49 AM #31
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Tip #1 Charcoal>Propane

Tip #2 DONT USE ****ING EGGS AND BREADCRUMBS.....THATS FOR MEATLOAF!!!!

Tip #3 I like flavoring the meat more than adding toppings like emotive. I feel it tastes better when the flavors meld together than when they are just stacked on top of each other.

I have problems getting ground beef with a really good flavor. This is another reason I usually do not make burgers like emotive.


I usually add some finely diced onions, a tiny bit of wors. sauce (abbreviated because I cant spell it) and whatever spices you prefer.

I also enjoy making a BBQ burger every once and a while....Just by adding BBQ sauce to the ground beef.


If you have good ground beef available, by all means just cook it all by itself, season it with salt/pepper and serve on a toasted bun with a small amount of mayo and some lettuce if you want.


My take on burgers
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Old 08-19-2009, 07:37 AM #32
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-minced onion
-garlic powder
-seasoning salt
-chopped vidalia onion
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-some ketchup
-some mustard

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Seriously though, it might sound gross, but it is absolutely delicious.
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Old 08-19-2009, 06:17 PM #33
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Serious like a heart attack. And you'd be surprised how well it works. When the burgers are finished, you won't even taste the cereal, just like you won't taste bread crumbs if you use them as a binder. What you will taste, is this hint of sweetness in the background. Not overpowering at all, if you don't use too much.

I've learned a lot of neat little tricks like this over the years. When you're feeding a family of four on a family of one budget, you learn to use what's in the pantry, and it just happens that sometimes you find something that actually tastes good.
Oh, you meant as a binder for the meat. I thought you meant just adding them as a topping, like my friend does with nacho cheese doritoes for his chicken sandwiches.
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Old 08-20-2009, 12:08 AM #34
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If you really want to make a mean burger, buy decent cuts of beef, and grind them yourself. It will make a difference. Don't pack them down way too much or it'll become too dense, dont make them too thin, or too thick, and press down on the middle, because as it cooks it contracts in and the middle bulges up, so by adding a dip in the middle, it'll keep it in a puck like shape. Add in an egg, and not too much breadcrumbs, or you'll ruin it, like people do with Crab cakes by using too much breadcrumbs. Top it with some decent cheddar cheese, on a good quality bun of some sort, toasted, add carmelized onions, mayo, ketchup, and mustard. Ta dah. To me thats a burger. You can also use beef, pork, lamb, or any combination of those.

Now if you wanted to make one with a lot of other ingredients, bacon, teriaky sauce, bleu cheese, etc. just buy preground stuff, because it'd be a waste to grind your own and cover the taste with condiments/ingredients.
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Old 08-20-2009, 01:13 AM #35
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my go to speciality burger is a miso burger i loosely based it off a burger i had in japan at freshness burger.

Ground beef
Red miso paste
green onion
soy sauce


im not going to write out measurements and **** just go with your heart if you really want to make it

form pattys and grill
put on onion buns with Kewpie( japanese mayo) and finely chopped napa cabbage tastes amazing

sometimes i finely dice some ****ake mushrooms and make a indent in the patty fill with mushrooms and cover with ground beef and pat down back into a patty. gets delicious mushrooms in your burger without them being sloppy on top
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Old 08-20-2009, 07:31 PM #36
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In my experience, this burger seems to grab my taste buds:

-Ground beef
-Egg
-Ranch Dressing Pack
-Minced onion
-Garlic powder
-Pepper
-Onion powder
-Some salt
-Chipotle chili powder or marinade
-horchestire....whatever that steak stuff is or BBQ sauce
-Finely crunched bread crumbs or crushed crackers
-Shredded Cheese; all american, swiss, blue cheese or Parmesan

You'll have a million flavors in just one burger, zesty, kick, mouth watering "near" perfection. It'll be plenty moist and sure to please the guests. The ingredients can be improvised and added accordingly =] Add whatever toppings you want on top and enjoy. Cheers

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Old 08-21-2009, 02:55 PM #37
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In my experience, this burger seems to grab my taste buds:

-Ground beef
-Egg
-Ranch Dressing Pack
-Minced onion
-Garlic powder
-Pepper
-Onion powder
-Some salt
-Chipotle chili powder or marinade
-horchestire....whatever that steak stuff is or BBQ sauce
-Finely crunched bread crumbs or crushed crackers
-Shredded Cheese; all american, swiss, blue cheese or Parmesan

You'll have a million flavors in just one burger, zesty, kick, mouth watering "near" perfection. It'll be plenty moist and sure to please the guests. The ingredients can be improvised and added accordingly =] Add whatever toppings you want on top and enjoy. Cheers

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Old 08-29-2009, 09:56 PM #38
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i only like fast food ones. there bangin
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Old 08-30-2009, 01:47 AM #39
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The only proper way to cook a good burger is to take fresh high-fat beef or veal cuts and grind them at home, season liberally but not excessively but no egg, sauces of any sort, etc., and sear them in a really hot cast iron skillet. I like mine medium, you can eat these practically raw if you grind the meat yourself and get it from a good source.
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Old 08-30-2009, 12:42 PM #40
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Fresh Cow Meat is key... Like stuff that was killed right at the farm and hand delivered to you 5 days later after they freeze it. Is best. Add little seasoning when on grill. Some good cheese and you set.

If anyone every get the chance to buy a cow(when they kill it) DO IT. Some the best meat every so fresh.
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Old 08-30-2009, 12:46 PM #41
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How much does a cow cost? lol
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