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Old 02-04-2013, 01:10 PM   #11
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" if I have to have one it would be two patties sealed together with a large pat of butter inbetween."

Two new Juciy Lucy's in onne day. wow. Pac's lamb burger and Addie's Butter burger.

Surprisingly, living in the epi-center capital of Jucy Lucies, I am about done in on them. So many restaurants/ bars think they have to offer this on theirm menus. And frankly , I think they often over cook them to compensate for the thickness of the double sealed burger,then they get dried out. And if not that, they use Velveeta "Cheese product". what is that? Of course I grew up w/ Velveeta, I like it. But in a Jucy Lucy it is hot molten burn your tongue reckless living.

For my burger, I prefer ground sirloin 85/15 lean to fat ratio. Simply charcoal grilled medium ( or med rare if the meat is fresh ground). Grilled onion slice, Tomato, plain or garlic mayo on a toasted bun. Good cheese, smoked gouda is my current fave. Paint the burger with a little bbq sauce when you flip it and paint again before assembly on the bun.

Other favorite additions are pesto / mayo, horseradish mayo, and for our friend Mr No Mayo, avocado slices rather than guac as itís less messy. And BACON.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:26 PM   #12
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All the burgers sound good. Thanks for the ideas guys!
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:32 PM   #13
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I am not a big fan of hamburgers. Not since childhood when they were served with Saturday night beans. I loved the beans, but not the overcooked burgers. But if I have to have one it would be two patties sealed together with a large pat of butter inbetween.
Think we should call you Paula from now on
I love butter too but the darn cholesterol stops me from having too much
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:42 PM   #14
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Think we should call you Paula from now on
I love butter too but the darn cholesterol stops me from having too much
Some say pork rules. I say BUTTER RULES. LONG LIVE BUTTER! This morning I bought four pounds of Cabot Butter. It was on sale for $2.00 a pound. It is usually closer to four dollars. Cabot's butter is about as freash as you can get it. The creamery is right over the state line in Vermont. They are making deliveries throughout New England every day. The closest Land of Lakes plant is in New Jersey. The butter I bought this morning was made on the 3rd of February at 6:12 a.m.
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Some say pork rules. I say BUTTER RULES. LONG LIVE BUTTER! This morning I bought four pounds of Cabot Butter. It was on sale for $2.00 a pound. It is usually closer to four dollars. Cabot's butter is about as freash as you can get it. The creamery is right over the state line in Vermont. They are making deliveries throughout New England every day. The closest Land of Lakes plant is in New Jersey. The butter I bought this morning was made on the 3rd of February at 6:12 a.m.
Yum I only eat real butter, can't stand margerine. I've tried to cut down but oh boy is it hard!
My favourite is Kerrygold

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Old 02-04-2013, 03:20 PM   #16
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If I add a little flour in with the butter on Addie's butter burger will it turn into a roux while it's cooking and make it's own burger gravy?

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Old 02-04-2013, 04:02 PM   #17
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All the burgers sound really good. Try a whole portabella cap (oiled, and broiled) on top of your next bacon cheese burger. Yum Yum Yum
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Old 02-04-2013, 04:36 PM   #18
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If I add a little flour in with the butter on Addie's butter burger will it turn into a roux while it's cooking and make it's own burger gravy?

lol, wiseguy.

you'd have to use like 50/50 burger meat cooked in an 18/10 ss skillet in order to get enough fat rendered to make the 1:1 ratio for a roux.




or you could just use bacon.
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I was unaware of this "special day" but had a craving for ground beef so I made taco salad. I used my taco seasoning with a pound of lean beef my butcher had just ground yesterday, some red onion and a little beef broth to mix in the seasoning.

Fixings were spring mix salad, avocado, tomatoes, fresh salsa (not mine), dairy/soy free cheese for TB and Goat cheese for me. The salsa was our dressing. Very yummy if I do say so myself!

If I had known it was Hamburger Day, I would have made taco burgers!
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:34 PM   #20
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Bacon, cheddar, grilled mushrooms, carmalized onions.

I tried to make a juicy lucy but all I ended up with was a mess lol
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