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TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 12:31 AM

Second cooking demo attempt, grilling burgers
 
I know that absolutely NOBODY on this board needs this demo on how to quickly and easily grill a burger, but figure I'd post here as I am just starting out with these cooking demos and this is the second one.

Besides, I can use the views to kickstart the clip on youtube. Any subscribes and positive comments to the youtube channel would be appreciated. If you have a youtube channel let me know and I'll do the same. Also, any ideas for grilling/bbq/tailgating video topics would be welcomed.


Trumpstylz 01-02-2013 01:30 AM

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Originally Posted by TailGateJoecom (Post 2313761)
I know that absolutely NOBODY on this board needs this demo on how to quickly and easily grill a burger

I always enjoy tutorials, even with burgers- often times you'l notice one or two things done differently that others don't show.

rlt 01-02-2013 01:36 AM

I really like your video. Its funny, but straight to the point. Good job.

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by rlt (Post 2313780)
I really like your video. Its funny, but straight to the point. Good job.

Thanks, that is exactly what I am going for.

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 01:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Trumpstylz (Post 2313778)
I always enjoy tutorials, even with burgers- often times you'l notice one or two things done differently that others don't show.

Thanks. I think my first one turned out well, on grilling a whole beef tenderloin. Gonna shoot a bunch of these during the next few months.

RW 01-02-2013 08:54 AM

A tutorial and a morning chuckle all in one neat package. Thanks so much. I'll come back for more.
That is if you let a guy who toasts his buns watch your videos.

Trumpstylz 01-02-2013 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by RW (Post 2313909)
That is if you let a guy who toasts his buns watch your videos.

I do find that toasting the buns is advisable only once the bread/buns start getting stale.

PigBeter 01-02-2013 10:24 AM

That was actually a nice little video, just a shame that you're a Jets fan! That seems like it'd be a misery in its own!

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 11:57 AM

Thanks for all the possitive comments guys. And yeah, being a Jets fan does come with more than its share of misery.

cowgirl 01-02-2013 01:59 PM

I liked it too, straight to the point.
I avoid videos...so many of them are too long or half of the video is a pic of someone's mid section with their head cut off.

Yours was quick, to the point and had no lulls in the conversation.
Great job!! :clap2:

Jaskew82 01-02-2013 02:30 PM

nice video... i can understand the hockey puck pre-form burgers for tailgating but as a fellow New Yorker, I hope you use ground chuck at home. :laugh:

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 07:17 PM

Thanks guys! Got some plans for a few more. I think I'm gonna do a dessert involving bacon next week.

Boshizzle 01-02-2013 07:23 PM

Outside of the NY "BBQ" burger, it's a great video. Down south, and technically, you are grilling on a grill.

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 07:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Jaskew82 (Post 2314319)
nice video... i can understand the hockey puck pre-form burgers for tailgating but as a fellow New Yorker, I hope you use ground chuck at home. :laugh:

Actually, those burgers you are seeing there are the best burgers you can get your hands on. I work with the great people over at Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, who are easily the best meat guys in NY. They are the meat behind almost every great burger in NY. You can google them and see what I mean.

We get a chuck/short rib/brisket blend. These burgers are made to order. I place my order Thursday, they grind them up and form them Friday(their production is closed Saturday) for a Sunday AM party. They are formed to my specs, I order 6 or 7 oz burgers depending on my menu, formed a little thinner than their standard thickness to aid in quick grilling. It is a coarse grind and lightly packed burger, so it comes out super juicy and melts in your mouth. They charge me the same whether they form them for me or send me bulk meat. I packed some myself, really no difference. When I need them for longer term storage they even cryopac them in 4--to-a-cup cryopacs.

TailGateJoecom 01-02-2013 07:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Boshizzle (Post 2314749)
Outside of the NY "BBQ" burger, it's a great video. Down south, and technically, you are grilling on a grill.

Yeah, I know, lol. The majority on NYers don't realize what "bbq" really is. I don't think I made mention of bbq, well, other than mention i like coarse grind pepper when I am barbequing. But lol, yeah, I got ya.


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