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  1. #41
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    I occassionally crave a good steakburger, with swiss on a big chunk of good rye. Red onion and Smith and Wollensky steak sauce!

    I need to visit Schaumburg!!
    About the only time losing is more fun than winning is when you're fighting temptation.
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    We make our own burger patties for our lunch counter, hand mixed, and hand pressed. Local lean ground beef, oatmeal, chopped onions and salt and pepper. This time of year I do 100# per week. In the busier season, I usually do at least 200# per week. That's a lot of mixing and pressing. No wonder I visit the chiro weekly!


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    My favorite burger is 1/3 pound ground bison, lightly seasoned, cooked on the grill. Crusty bakery sandwich rolls, buttered and thrown on the grill for a light toasting. Walla walla onions lightly sauteed in a pan with olive oil. It goes: bun, special sauce, bison patty, gruyere, onions, avacado (smashed with a touch of salt), butter lettuce, special sauce, bun. We only have them in the summer since we only make them on the grill outside.

    For a side I like apple-slaw and baked beans.



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    Now you're making me want burgers for dinner...
    "I'm not always sarcastic. Sometimes I'm asleep."
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    Sigh, we just moved and I have yet to find a good replacement burger joint.

    I know this sounds weird, but the absolute best burger topping is peanut butter. Omg, yum.

    Ideal burger: brioche bun, ketchup, lots of peanut butter (which gets melty gooey and delicious), cheddar cheese, iceberg lettuce, avocado, and a delicious juicy beef patty. Heaven!!
    It's not having what you want, it's wanting what you've got.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pony Fixer View Post
    Jen-s, our "date" was at RR! Ah, burger burger burger. I've been jonesing ever since Lex started this thread, damn him!

    ETA: If you want to go back, I'll cut yours into bite sized pieces!
    That was my favorite RR trip EVER! We definitely need to repeat it soon. And I'll take all the help I can get!
    Flip a coin. It's not what side lands that matters, but what side you were hoping for when the coin was still in the air.

    You call it boxed wine. I call it carboardeaux.



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    I luff Red Robin and have their membership card. Nom nom nom. I want to take one of my fellow COTHers who just moved here, so she can experience the beefy goodness for herself.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    I used to get the burger there with teriyaki sauce and pineapple. Sounds weird, but it was scrumptious. The sauce must have gluten in it though, it's not in the GF menu.
    From now on, ponyfixer, i'll include foot note references.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pony Fixer View Post
    I used to get the burger there with teriyaki sauce and pineapple. Sounds weird, but it was scrumptious. The sauce must have gluten in it though, it's not in the GF menu.

    Well, at least we both know what we like and we both like the same thing.
    Thus do we growl that our big toes have, at this moment, been thrown up from below!



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    Ground bison, salted and peppered, grilled medium rare. Buttered, grilled English muffin, melted sharp cheddar, mayo and red onion.

    Yum.


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    I don't eat burgers anymore.

    But, my favorite one was the Back Yard Burger...Black and Blue.
    Blue Cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onions, and mayo...LOVED that one!!!



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    Is is sacrilege for me to say my favourite burger is a veggie burger? I love a home made veggie burger with hummus, sprouts, tomatoes, cucumber and melted cheese and a whole wheat bun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SlamDunk View Post
    Is is sacrilege for me to say my favourite burger is a veggie burger? I love a home made veggie burger with hummus, sprouts, tomatoes, cucumber and melted cheese and a whole wheat bun.
    Go home, you are drunk.

    People either love me or they hate me. Or they think I'm ok.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SlamDunk View Post
    Is is sacrilege for me to say my favourite burger is a veggie burger?
    Mine too



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    Quote Originally Posted by ybiaw View Post
    Go home, you are drunk.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ybiaw View Post
    Go home, you are drunk.

    Well to be fair I'm a vegetarian, which many avid meat eaters think is insane. I had someone from high school ask how I was still alive


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crackerdog View Post
    My favorite burger is 1/3 pound ground bison, lightly seasoned, cooked on the grill. Crusty bakery sandwich rolls, buttered and thrown on the grill for a light toasting. Walla walla onions lightly sauteed in a pan with olive oil. It goes: bun, special sauce, bison patty, gruyere, onions, avacado (smashed with a touch of salt), butter lettuce, special sauce, bun. We only have them in the summer since we only make them on the grill outside.

    For a side I like apple-slaw and baked beans.
    yum what's the special sauce?



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    Quote Originally Posted by SlamDunk View Post
    Is is sacrilege for me to say my favourite burger is a veggie burger? I love a home made veggie burger with hummus, sprouts, tomatoes, cucumber and melted cheese and a whole wheat bun.


    we don't want yer kind around here--now git!



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    I'm a burger minimalist. I've never had one out that was anywhere as good as I can make myself.

    Get a chuck roast and grind your own meat twice. Take a large handful and mix it with pepper and about two tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce. Make a patty. Spray the bottom of a cast iron skillet with flavorless oil and sprinkle with large crystal sea salt. Heat to smoking, and flop the burger in. Cook on high just long enough to sear the bottom. Flip. Sear that side for just about 1 minute. Lower the heat to low and cook about seven minutes.

    Meanwhile put a large and split sesame seed bun in the broiler and toast the top. Switch to oven and lower heat to 325. Bake for about five minutes.

    Peel and slice a tomato (in the winter a good canned one will do). Wash red leaf lettuce leaf and dry it.

    Spread the bun with Duke's mayonnaise, place the lettuce leaf on the top with the tomato next. Plunk the burger on the bottom half of the bun. Put top of bun on top of the bottom and enjoy. It's the juiciness that makes this burger so good.

    I think restaurant burger meat is generally dry and tasteless. That's why they tart them up with all those fixings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LexInVA View Post
    Well, at least we both know what we like and we both like the same thing.
    Well I can watch you eat yours, LOL, and remember when...
    From now on, ponyfixer, i'll include foot note references.



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