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Old 10-31-2006, 09:44 PM   #11
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sweet or red onion, smokey bacon, cheddar or pepper jack cheese SHARP, tomato, crispy lettuce, yum!
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Old 10-31-2006, 09:53 PM   #12
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I had a hard time with this question because if you say pork and bbq then I think pulled pork sandwiches. Then I started thinking about all the restaurant chains that serve bbq sauce on burgers - they usually have bacon on them I think. So this is a ground pork burger with bbq sauce (my mind still does not want to go there! lol).

thymeless, my first thought was the vinegar-based sauce - but it would just run off. Heck, just put EVERYTHING on it - including chili!

I wonder how it would be if you put some of that vinegar-based sauce IN the meat!!!!! But then that nix's the cheese for me. thymeless - come over, we'll talk about it over a pulled pork sandwich with vinegar base sauce! Shall I get beer or wine?
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Old 11-01-2006, 02:20 AM   #13
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WOW, so many choices, I don't know where to begin!

I noticed nobody replied to the PANCETTA. What about it?
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:18 AM   #14
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I've got some cranberry-honey mustard that absolutely rocks with pork! Now taking that into consideration, a sprinkle of feta or bleu. If not, try some young Mexican cheese which would melt nicely, but not interfere with flavors.

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Old 11-01-2006, 09:45 AM   #15
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If you want to have bacon, for me it would be pancetta, no smoky flavor to mess with the pork and sauce.

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Old 11-01-2006, 12:48 PM   #16
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thymeless - come over, we'll talk about it over a pulled pork sandwich with vinegar base sauce! Shall I get beer or wine?
I've had to give up all my favorite beverages for health reasons. But I was never into alcohol. I get addicted to things too easily. Water with lemon, or gingerale is about it for me now.

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Old 11-01-2006, 12:55 PM   #17
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Personaly, if the pork burgers are any good, I wouldn1t want to overwhelm the flavour so much, a blue cheese sure, onions would have to be fried to sweeten them, but I would add apple to it also, if i needed to add a mustard then a light skim of a good Quality wholegrain type (keep the vinigar content to bare min!).
as for the bread type, I`de be happy with most sorts, after the filling is correct, the rest is trivial and more a play on Eye pleasing and texture.
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One of my new favorite beverages is spring water with seeded and chopped English cukes and mint in it - let them "marinate" for about 3 days then drink along with eating the chunks of cucumber! It's wonderful!
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Just curious how you all would make this pork burger with these ingredients!
I wouldn't use cheese, and I would use barbecue sauce, perhaps bacon (not pancetta) and some sauteed onions. A "regular" burger bun. this takes me back to one of my favorite "sloppy sandwiches" ever, the burger at "The Original Painted doll" in Chicago!

Hmmmm I have some barbecue sauce left in the freezer... you just gave me a great idea for the weekend!
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Old 11-05-2006, 10:12 AM   #20
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Pork Burgers

I like to use both pork and chicken for making burgers. With the pork, I would mix minced red onion and a little minced fresh garlic before cooking. I would serve on a whole wheat bun with honey mustard or a spicy ranch dressing,a slice of horseradish cheddar, thinly sliced tomato, and crispy lettuce. Pancetta wrapped cantaloupe would be good on the side.
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