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    Default Re: The "Perfect" Burger

    I really hate you. I do. Go back to your cave and leave me alone. I hate you.
















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    Quote Originally Posted by J F View Post
    Alright Pine, come clean...I know you got some good recipes.
    personally...I like 80/20 ground chuck for grilled burgers...plain on a fresh bun with salt and pepper...but I eat more burgers from Wendy's than I get at the house...
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    I know how it goes. That's actually the "recipe" I'll be grillin' later....if I get to it. The pipe is nice.
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    If you haven't tried it do this. When you buy "pre-ground" ground chuck from a grocery store it actually can have a certain amount of other meat cuts in it plus it sets for sometime before being used. Get a chuck roast and if you have a grinder it at home right before you grill it. If you don't have a grinder ask the butcher to grind the roast for you. Use as soon as possible. Much, much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J F View Post
    Anyone done the beef/pork mix burgers?
    Yep, some 90/10 beef and some ground pork sausage at a ~75/25% ratio. Salted an peppered them, then coated them in a little Sweet Baby Rays as I put them on the grill. First few mins on high (got both sides) to sear in the jouces, then dropped it down to medium till they were ~160 degrees and they were great.
    Need to try grinding the meats together next time (vs mixing by hand) and perhaps grinding in a little Special Reserve Extra Sharp Cheddar on one to see how that goes over...

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    Anyone done the beef/pork mix burgers?
    Try mixing in bacon and onions, chopped fine. Great as well!

    D^mn, now I'm getting hungry and I've already ate!

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    Default Re: The "Perfect" Burger

    Thanks guys. What I do have on hand is some onion, a very small bit of fresh jalepeno, and some bacon bits. I plan on getting some "real" bacon to either oven fry/pan fry for the next round.



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    No grinder luvmex, but I've heard some sirloin is great too, gracias.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aczlan View Post
    Yep, some 90/10 beef and some ground pork sausage at a ~75/25% ratio. Salted an peppered them, then coated them in a little Sweet Baby Rays as I put them on the grill. First few mins on high (got both sides) to sear in the jouces, then dropped it down to medium till they were ~160 degrees and they were great.
    Need to try grinding the meats together next time (vs mixing by hand) and perhaps grinding in a little Special Reserve Extra Sharp Cheddar on one to see how that goes over...

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    I think for the grills "maiden voyage" I'd skip the "burger" and toss on some overpriced ribeye or a few T-bones
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