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Old 10-05-2015, 06:37 PM   #1
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Killer Bacon Burgers..

I saw this done today on the Rachel Ray show, and I can't get it out of my mind..I'll be doing this soooon.

2-to-1 Beef-Bacon Burgers with Blue Cheese and Horseradish Sauce Recipe
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:50 PM   #2
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oh gosh! I have to try these!
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Old 10-05-2015, 08:23 PM   #3
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Oh, that does sound good. I'll just go ahead and use my knife and finely chop the bacon - since I don't have a FP or meat grinder.

Saved! Thanks, Kay.
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PF all of that except the bun looks legal for the low carb diet, yes? Ha, now I'm sounding like our darling Cat.
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I'm all over this one!
I never knew that those fancy "bacon burger" were so simple
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:18 PM   #6
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PF all of that except the bun looks legal for the low carb diet, yes? Ha, now I'm sounding like our darling Cat.
Yes, I will be able to make those ahead and freeze for quick lunches.
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Old 10-05-2015, 11:20 PM   #7
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Whoever heard of copy/pasting a burger recipe? Well I just did, so I will remember it.

It must be a Bacon Omen. Earlier today I was reading someone's bacony meatloaf. The poster was whining the bacon got all sticky in the food processor and was difficult to clean. Response was ask your butcher to grind and mix the meatloaf. Pah! Like you can find a butcher and don't they know they have to clean their equipment when doing special things.
Rachael makes it seem easy= Partial freeze the bacon before chopping.

However, please don't do this "press on the burgers with a spatula for more even cooking"> No. Just don't. Allow them to sizzle and retain their juices.

Amazingly, I almost always have all the ingredients for these on hand EXCEPT the bacon. I don't buy bacon all that often, must adjust my grocery list
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Whoever heard of copy/pasting a burger recipe? Well I just did, so I will remember it.

It must be a Bacon Omen. Earlier today I was reading someone's bacony meatloaf. The poster was whining the bacon got all sticky in the food processor and was difficult to clean. Response was ask your butcher to grind and mix the meatloaf. Pah! Like you can find a butcher and don't they know they have to clean their equipment when doing special things.
Rachael makes it seem easy= Partial freeze the bacon before chopping.

However, please don't do this "press on the burgers with a spatula for more even cooking"> No. Just don't. Allow them to sizzle and retain their juices.

Amazingly, I almost always have all the ingredients for these on hand EXCEPT the bacon. I don't buy bacon all that often, must adjust my grocery list
No Bacon!?! <faints dead away>
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The only thing I don't have for this is the bleu cheese. Bacon, however.... I buy a few pounds of it when it's on sale, portion and bag it in 5 or 6 slices or so, and freeze.
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<revives> No bleu cheese!?! <thunk>
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