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Old 06-16-2014, 05:10 PM   #51
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Surprised noone has posted pictures Anyhow, I'll kick it off with one of the two burgers I made over the weekend. Took one pound of 93% grass-fed and pureed 7 chipotle peppers and mixed 3 massive cloves of finely chopped garlic. Topped with bacon, freshly grated monterey jack, cilantro, and a homemade chipotle mayo (3 tbsp or so of real mayo & 3 more chipotles).



I like to keep the seasonings simple with salt and pepper on the top side as I put them on the grill, then when I flip I add more salt & pepper, and top with cheese if applicable. I like mine medium to medium rare, so 3-4 minutes @425-450! Next I think I might add roasted jalepenos (pureed) to the beef mix. Think outside of the spice cabinet for your "mixings" :P

[Edit 1:52 pm] Made four 5 oz burgers, not one-one lber, lol.

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Old 06-16-2014, 05:22 PM   #52
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WOW!!! Awesome!~

Add avacado and you have a record breaker there!

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That sure is a tasty lookin' burger Jeffries!
Regards, GF.

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Salt, pepper and Worcester. That's it. Assuming you're starting with good hamburger those three to taste are all that's needed.


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I cooked burgers for a TON of people last weekend.

salt
pepper
oregano
thyme
basil
cinnamon
nutmeg
paprika
thyme
garlic powder
onion powder

Avacado
smoked ghouda cheese
grey poupon
mayo
onion
tomato

Even the Lady who "hates avacado" had a second one....with avacado.

Must have made 30 of them! It was work not overcooking any and not burning any buns!

Awesome me.

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